Get excited! It’s breakfast week on the meggsalad.com Facebook page. I’ll be sharing my all time favorite good and good for you breakfast recipes everyday this week. If you don’t eat breakfast or are confused about what to eat in the morning, or if you’re just plain bored with your a.m. routine, you won’t want to miss these delicious healthy breakfast recipes…
So, hop on over to the meggsalad.com page and click “like” to get a new healthy breakfast idea in your feed every day this week. Who knows, you just might find your new favorite way to start the day.
One of the questions I get a lot is “what should I eat for breakfast?” When you’re changing your diet or just trying to eat better in general, breakfast can be tough, but really it’s the perfect place to start a healthier routine. Breakfast can make or break your day when it comes to energy, feeling good and making good-for-you choices. The wrong breakfast can be like getting on a roller coaster with a big drop just around the corner. But the right breakfast can completely change the course of your day. It’s amazing how when you start the day off on the right foot, it’s like it inspires you to make better choices all day long.
Speaking of inspiration… while you’re on Facebook, get caught up on some of the other tips and inspiration on the meggsalad.com page if you don’t already get them in your feed. I love posting random healthy tips, inspiring quotes and ridiculous things like that little gem of a pun up top.
I say it a lot, good for you has got to be fun. Because it’s not just about being healthy for health’s sake, it’s what being healthy allows you to do. And that’s all the things you love in life – laughing, playing, dancing, following your dreams… when you’re at your best, life is just that much sweeter. I’m looking forward to staying even more connected with you through our fun little meggsalad community on The Book. See ya there!
Megan Adams Brown, CHC, helps people take charge of their health and to start listening to themselves over the latest diet trend to optimize their own wellness, happiness and potential. Her family-friendly meal plans help parents take charge in the kitchen, too. This leads to more vegetables, less junk, and happier, healthier kids and parents. Megan shares kid-approved, allergy-friendly recipes on her blog. To learn more click here.