May 4

Do you experience “Mom guilt?”

Blog, Featured, Healthy Family


My business mentor Matt was talking to me about what he’s noticed his wife and other moms feel.

They’re trying to be the “perfect mom” by taking care of the house, the kids, her job if she’s working, the social calendar, the ideal wife and so much more.

It’s verrryyy hard (and tiring) to do it all.

Then you do your best to put a full, healthy meal on the table for dinner and your kids are whining because they won’t touch the main course or the veggie side dish.

You look at Facebook or Instagram and see other moms seem to “do it all” as they post pics of happy families smiling and eating delicious-looking homemade food together.

Meanwhile, you’re just trying to get everyone fed on time before homework, bath and bedtime.

I get it, and I see it a lot.

What I can help you with, is to take one thing of your “to-do” list and create a special space for you to bond with your child.

It’s a time spent together, 1 on 1 as you both learn and grow as people.

You’ll laugh, create memories and enjoy the process….of making dinner together!

Also, your child will learn about new foods, new culture and culinary techniques.

You’ll learn some recipes as well!

Plus you DON’T have to think about “what’s for dinner?” because we send you the recipes, with ingredient list in advance.  All you have to do is get the ingredients and create the space for the lesson.

The real magic…is not necessarily in the food, but the time spend bonding with your child.

It’s special, and will build memories for life.

Plus they’ll become independent and confident in the kitchen.

If you’d like to start that journey today, go to to join our monthly culinary education program, designed to help you bond with your kids as they learn to cook delicious meals.  Discount code “Mothersday” for 10% off just this week!

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Eric Horwitz

About LIFT

Eric founded LIFT Enrichment in 2010 because he wanted to help young kids develop their culinary skills so they could make healthy foods for friends and family for the rest of their lives.  He has worked with kids for over 15 years and enjoys their energy and enthusiasm for learning new things.  Eric studied abroad in Italy while at UCLA and discovered a passion for cooking.  

Eric Horwitz, Ceo of Lift

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