A few months ago I wrote about Canadian meal kit delivery services and their time saving benefits. At the time, the concept piqued my curiosity because I was strapped for time and running out of creative meal ideas.
Fast forward a few months and I’ve finally taken the plunge. I’m really excited to share this post with you because its been a game changer for me and it can be for you too. If you’re on the fence about the value or the feasibility of meal kit delivery services, you’ll want to read this!
I recently had the opportunity to attend the Numeracy & Beyond Parent Conference hosted by Peel District School Board. It was a day for parents to come together and learn about how math is being taught and how to help their children develop their math skills. Being a first time parent with no involvement in the school system since I was a student, I was surprised by how much the approach to teaching math has changed. I can’t speak for other school boards but PDSB is three years into their Engage Math program. It’s a new method that gets kids thinking about math in new ways.
There was so much information to take in but I want to take some time to share with you some of the main takeaways I gathered from the speakers and workshop facilitators shared.
You’ve probably seen the commercials for monthly subscription services for companies like JustFab and Fabletics, right? But while receiving shoes and workout gear every month saves time and effort, have you ever thought about more– dare I say– “practical” items you can use on a day-to-day basis?
Recently, I’ve found myself on this journey to organize my life, to truly optimize my waking hours by finding opportunities to simplify my daily responsibilities. I’m sure many of you can relate. That’s why the idea of monthly subscription boxes got me thinking. If you’ve read my post about online meal kit delivery services then you know I’m all for solutions that help to make life run a little smoother. But what else is out there?