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Quaker Supermoms Get A BoostGet a glimpse of how our Quaker Supermoms are powering up their families and working hard towards achieving their goals.
A lot has changed in the lives of our Quaker Supermoms and their families since they took on the Quaker Challenge. Read about their latest triumphant accomplishments through the power of oats on www.quakeroats.com. Throughout their journey, Quaker Oats has been their partner in boosting their energy to help them achieve the goals they’ve set for themselves and their families!ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Now having regular training sessions with the kiddos, Jaymie realizes that her kids can fully commit to attaining their goals. “It's almost normal for them to engage in some form of activity at least twice a week now. It's a world of difference from the way they spent their time after school or on weekends,” she says. Her formula for success? Jaymie swears by good communication with the kids, making no excuses, and always having fun. With all their training sessions, of course, a good source of energy such as oatmeal and fruits for breakfast is also a must.CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended VideosADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
This month, Kris focuses on creating a happy, healthy home as her family prepares to move to a new condo. Her friend Melanie Teng-Go, an accredited “building biologist,” shares tips on creating a healthy home, as the home environment affects the health of the family in it. One is to always maintain good air and water quality, and another is to reduce electromagnetic radiation from Wi-Fi or cell phones. “Mel’s Building Biology tips were super nerdy but very practical, and they logically and actually translate to a healthy home. Honestly, I really enjoy the nerdiness of it all,” says Kris.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Janice’s three kids participate as “kidpreneurs” at the Mommy Mundo Bazaar. They’ve put in a lot of hard work, from deciding what kind of business to put up to designing their booths. “We took the opportunity to teach the children how to work hard to make a few extra cash for the holidays, or for a toy they were eyeing. But the most important lesson was teaching them to look beyond profit and see how they can give back and help those in need,” she explains, referring to her kids choosing to donate a portion of their earnings to the victims of Typhoon Yolanda.
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