Parents, raise your hands if you’ve experienced any of these scenarios: a) looking for ways to spark that adventurous spirit in your kids and b) standing in front of your fridge and letting the cold air out, wondering what the heck to cook for dinner. We understand, it’s easy to run out of ideas when you’re constantly juggling work and tending to ravenous toddlers or picky eaters who won’t eat anything that doesn’t involve cheese, noodles or potatoes. But before throwing in the kitchen towel, we’d like to introduce you to your new BFF: our new parenting bible, Lunch Lady magazine…
What is Lunch Lady magazine?
Coming to you straight from the land Down Under (and the land of super cool laid back Aussie aesthetics), Lunch Lady magazine focuses on slower-pace of parenting and a more balanced approach to family life. A nice reminder for us all to keep things in perspective, let loose and have fun. What do we love most about it? It’s beautifully printed, which means it’ll look great on our coffee or kitchen table (and is a welcome change from the pile of colouring books usually found there). It’s also filled with arts and craft ideas galore, and plenty of awesome recipes that are a fab throwback to our own more youthful days – pretty sweet stuff! And with frankie magazine’s Lara Burke and Louise Bannister at the helm, it’s the uber cool and colourful printed guide to parenting we’ve always wanted.
A sneaky peek of what you can expect
What we love about it
Unlike other parenting ‘zines out there, Lunch Lady totally speaks to us. It’s food and family with a flair, quirky and full-of-cheek… just the pat on the back we need knowing that other mums think about parenting the same way we do.
How do we get a copy?
You can sign up for an annual subscription (shipping is included in the subscription price) orrrrrr you could score a copy for FREE at selected HoneyKids events (including our HoneyKids presents Love Your Earth with Forum The Shopping Mall, happening THIS weekend). So much woot!
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