Family Blog

Real families share their dinnertime wisdom on our fun, informal Family Blog. Discover new ways to create lively conversation, get everyone involved in dinner, and bring your family closer together, one meal at a time.
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Family Dinner Spotlight: The Lang Family

January 15th, 2015

If they hate the college food, that’s likely a good sign.

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New Year’s Resolution: Everyday Giving

December 30th, 2014

Try our tips to help your family make giving to others a habit that lasts throughout the year.

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Giving Globally

December 16th, 2014

As your family’s confidence in giving back grows, how can you make a global impact?

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Giving Locally

December 9th, 2014

Giving to your community doesn’t have to be time-consuming. Try these tips to make everyday habits count.

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Giving at Home

December 2nd, 2014

Learning to give begins at home. Here are some ways to encourage your family to give to one another.

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Preparing to Give

November 25th, 2014

‘Tis the season for giving – but is your family prepared to give in a meaningful way?

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Drive Past the Drive Thru!

November 23rd, 2014

Guest blogger April Hamilton makes a case for opting out of fast food

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Join The Family Dinner Project for #familydinnerforward!

November 14th, 2014

How will you give #familydinnerforward this holiday season?

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Veggie Skeleton is the Life of the Party

October 20th, 2014

“I have witnessed a carefully constructed veggie skeleton disappear faster than you can say abracadabra…”

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Time Well Spent: Dinner with Friends

October 15th, 2014

Guest blogger Paromita on finding “family” in unexpected places

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Nature’s Centerpiece: Bringing the Outdoors Indoors

October 4th, 2014

Guest Blogger Carolyn Parks on a simple ritual that brings her family closer

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Finding the Middle Ground of Family Dinner

September 25th, 2014

Does family dinner feel too challenging? It doesn’t have to be all or nothing.

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