Blog Category Physical & Mental Health
Having trouble concentrating? You’re not alone. Experts say that the extra anxiety caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has impaired our working memory and ability to focus.
As adults we’ve all been there; we’ve felt overwhelmed with the number of items on our to-do lists, exhausted from running errands and attending activities and events. If you’re a military spouse, that feeling could be even more pronounced because at one time or another you’ve been juggling the responsibility of two adults while you’re spouse is away. If you can’t remember the last time you’ve had some “me time” or you’re constantly putting your own needs and goals aside then you need to make yourself a priority again.
It’s back-to-school season for military children. Everywhere crayons, glue sticks, pencils, and scissors fly off the shelves as parents rush to check off the never ending school supplies lists. But one item that can easily be overlooked in the business of everything else is something that is very important to a child’s day and lasts throughout the entire year: Lunch.