Tips for a Great Start with Team Kellogg’s

As I’m sure you’ve heard me say before, getting off to a great start in the morning is crucial to a successful day, especially when you’re busy like me with a house full of  big kids and grandchildren all waking up hungry and rushing around to start our busy days. That’s why Kellogg’s and I are teaming up this winter: to ensure we all get off to great starts when we need them most. Over the next few weeks, I’ll be sharing tips from Team Kellogg’s, and letting you know how these valuable pieces of advice help me stay on top of everything in our busy little household; like coming up with new ways to exercise together in the morning! It’s a great and positive way to get the kids out of bed, and it gets all of our days started with a little fun and activity.

Great Start with Team Kellogg's

Do you know that old saying… Like Mother, Like Daughter? Well, it’s important to me that I set a good example for my daughters and granddaughters. I am so inspired by the video below featuring Tip #15 Like Mother, Like Daughter from Team Kellogg’s, and am looking forward to getting more exercise as a my family. Some simple yoga stretches in the morning or a brisk walk in the evening with my girls will be a great way for me to lead by example.

Be sure to stay tuned over the next few weeks for great tips from Team Kellogg’s at to help us all get a great start!


Kellogg’s® believes that From Great Starts Come Great Things®. So we’re helping Moms start every day with a tip from the top athletes of Team Kellogg’s™ and Team USA dietitians. The thirty days leading up to the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games will each feature fun pieces of advice to help families fuel just like the athletes of Team Kellogg’s. To see all 30 tips, visit

disclosure: Compensation was provided by Kellogg’s via Glam Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Kellogg’s.

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  1. Shauna says

    So true… my kids love to eat breakfast but I often forget that they see that I SKIP it… I need to make a resolution to be a better role model

    • says

      I should probably be more intentional about eating breakfast as well, I often notice my teen will not eat breakfast and it’s probably because I often skip it too.

  2. says

    I love having boxes of Kelloggs in the house for when our daughter has sleepovers. I know that the girls will grab a box and get a decent breakfast at least when they’ve probably been munching on junk the night before!

  3. says

    We’ve all grown up on Kellogg, I think, and it is indeed a great way to start the day. I have a friend who finishes the say with Kellogg, too, and it seems to keep her blood sugar steady.

  4. says

    Great way to start off the day and a New Year! It helps to have consistency with something in your daily routine with something like Kelloggs :)

  5. says

    I’ve been thinking that same thing, I need to start popping in an exercise DVD in the mornings and I’m nearly certain my boys would join in, maybe even my hubby!

  6. M.Clark says

    I enjoy Kellogg’s cereals and other products.. I look forward to learning all thirty tips, thank you for this post.

  7. says

    Love that my pretty girls are eating a healthy breakfast with Shredded Mini Wheats. Our whole family will be trying to get into a more healthy lifestyle. Those are some great tips.

  8. says

    I’m going to be working on making sure my mornings start with a good mood because it definitely sets the tone for the day. Wake up, stretch, wash face, and think about some positive things!

  9. says

    I am a firm believer for the great start in the morning. I make sure all of my kids eat breakfast everyday. I know that if I don’t eat breakfast I get grumpy. Kellogg’s Shredded Wheat is one of my FAV cereals.

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