Monday, December 22, 2014 - 14:33 PM

Whether you live in the city or country, you can grow your own food. Today, we’re talking about how to get started. Gardening is one of my favorite things to do -- it’s a great way to teach Malia and Sasha about fresh, nutritious food -- and I’m excited to share some tips and ideas.

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Today we will be launching our new Guest Editor series at iVillage, and what I’m most excited about is that it will bring you closer than ever to personalities in our culture -- prominent figures representing a broad cross section of experience, opinion, and background.
Planning family meals for the week can sometimes feel like your facing a Quickfire challenge on Top Chef: One wrong move and you'll be at the mercy of the most ruthless judges -- your cranky, hungry kids. But feeding your family doesn't need to be a source of stress. Check out these smart tips from iVillage m
Basketball superstar, friend of the Obama family and dad of two, Kobe Bryant shares his best tips for leading a healthy lifestyle.
Before you can cook for your family, you need to know how to grocery shop for foods you’ll use. From how to make a list to making healthy choices, consider this your go–to cheat sheet.
Before she was the first lady, Michelle Obama grocery shopped like the rest of us. Today’s theme to help you rev up your back to school routine focuses on food shopping, and the first lady had lots to say on the topic. As iVillage guest editor, Mrs. Obama talked to us about everything from how her mom taught her

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