JANUARY 2015 Nutrıtıon J AN IS School 44 FINANCIAL WELLNESS MONTH Contents Published by the School Nutrition Association • WWW.SCHOOLNUTRITION.ORG P VOL. 69 • NO. 1 38 18 FE A T U R E S • 17 On The Money School Nutrition’s annual personal development issue tackles personal ﬁ nance. Ready to improve your dollars and sense in 2015? 44 Eating Right When Money’s Tight By Kelsey Casselbury Budget constraints don’t have to drive you to unhealthy fastfood or highly processed menu choices. 18 Balance Due By Karly Kolaja Recognize the dangers and distress of debt and ﬁ nd ﬁ nancial freedom. 50 Teaching Kids Money Matters By Susan Davis Gryder Learn some age-appropriate ways to help kids and teens gain ﬁ nancial literacy. 26 Savings Grace By Patricia L. Fitzgerald Saving your pennies will help you get what you want, what you need—and a little peace of mind, too. 34 Fiscal Lingo for Fledgling Financiers Don’t let your unfamiliarity of money management terms keep you from making smart, informed decisions. 38 Bite the Bullet and Begin to Budget By Patrick White Your family’s ﬁ nancial security depends on developing— and sticking to—a solid game plan. FO O D FO CUS 66 May the Best Recipe Win By Kelsey Casselbury Insights and advice from K-12 cooks who have reaped the rewards of recipe contest participation. CO 4 6 8 58 62 2 L U M N S 64 84 86 88 To Your Credit On the Market Ad Index A La Carte DEP AR TMENT S First Word Leading Edge News Bites HQ View Onsite Insight 14 In Profi le Gitta Grether-Sweeney and Ronald Adams By Mark Ward, Sr., PhD 78 Tools of the Trade Pay It Forward By Patrick White School Nutrıtıon • JANUAR Y 2015
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