Top Tips for Making Your Kitchen Safe for Kids

Top Tips for Making Your Kitchen Safe for Kids

As a parent, all you want to do is protect your kid and make them happy. That’s why you spend money on the best school and quality toys. It’s all to create a safe world for them to grow up in, especially when it comes to the home.

Parents have the most environmental control over where you live, but sometimes there are dangers that get overlooked. The kitchen may be the most common place for accidents to occur since it’s used multiple times a day.

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5 Kitchen Practices for Better Health in 2019

5 Kitchen Practices for Better Health in 2019

For many of us, a New Year’s resolution looks like a decision to exercise more, eat less, or lose weight. But in our quest for an ideal, it’s important that we remember that health, not a specific weight or size, should be at the root of how we treat our bodies.  Better health choices begin in our home kitchens. Here are TK kitchen practices for better health for your entire household in 2019.  

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