Tag Archives: Nutrition

3 Tips for Dealing with Back to School Jitters

The start of the school year is both exciting and nerve wracking. How do you help your daughter cope with her new school/grade/class? 1)      Make sure she’s getting enough sleep – when we get less than 7.5 hours per night, … Continue reading

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Nervous about going back to school?

I was always nervous at the start of every school year. New teacher. New classroom. New grade. Sometimes a new school. All of that can be a lot to handle. So what’s a girl to do? 1)      Get enough sleep … Continue reading

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Bring a Snack!

I don’t know about you, but I am also starving when the school bell rings. Although your coaches will be giving you a light snack either before or after practice, you may still be hungry. Making sure you have a … Continue reading

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What Should My Daughter Eat Before and After a Run?

Have you ever decided to take a road trip without checking how much gas you have in your car?  Most people usually fill up the gas tank for taking off on their journey, or at least know where the first … Continue reading

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Girls: 3 Things you Shouldn’t Skimp on Nutrition-Wise

3 Things You Shouldn’t Skimp on Nutrition-Wise As a Girl on the Run, nutrition is super important for you. You have to make sure you’re eating enough healthy calories to fuel all that running! In a nutshell, you need to … Continue reading

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Nutrition 101 for Parents

Nutrition 101 for Parents This week in GOTR, we’re talking about nutrition. If you haven’t already, this is the perfect time to start getting your daughter involved in meal preparation. Your daughter will learn most of her nutrition habits from … Continue reading

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Back to School for Girls – Part 2

I’m So Hungry! It’s 3:15. You just got home from school and you’re so hungry you could eat a horse. What to do? First, make sure you had a healthy lunch (http://kidshealth.org/kid/stay_healthy/food/school_lunches.html?tracking=K_RelatedArticle#cat20738). Second, have a snack! Your parents may do … Continue reading

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