The Waning Days of Summer…

The endless and carefree days of summer are quickly waning !  As you may have noticed, these past couple of blog posts have been short and sweet so that I can focus on preparing to go back to school!  But have no fear, there are plenty of awesome surprises planned for the fall of 2013 at Project Lunchbox!  Stay tuned for easy ways to give your lunchbox a “face lift” and be on the lookout for the unveiling of a new type of post, “Ingredient Spotlights” which will highlight the latest and greatest super foods!

I hope that you enjoy the quote this week.   As always, I would love to hear your thoughts!  I hope that everyone has an amazing start to school, and a year full of fun and adventures!

“The ninety-nine cent price of a fast-food hamburger simply doesn’t take account of that meal’s true cost–to soil, oil, public health, the public purse, etc., costs which are never charged directly to the consumer but, indirectly and invisibly, to the taxpayer (in the form of subsidies), the health care system (in the form of food-borne illnesses and obesity), and the environment (in the form of pollution), not to mention the welfare of the workers in the feedlot and the slaughterhouse and the welfare of the animals themselves.”

-Michael Pollan

Until Next Week… Plan Well, Pack Well, Live Well,

Katie 🙂

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One thought on “The Waning Days of Summer…

  1. El

    Hi Katie,
    Enjoy your last few days before school starts, I have enjoyed all your summer blogs and look forward to many more. You are so dedicated. You always give the best no matter what you do. Good luck with the start of school

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