And when that happens it’s the drive-thru or curbside pick-up for me. For the past couple days, I didn’t feel like whipping up dinner. Eating out is great, but I don’t want to make a habit of it.
By the time I get home from work I’m ready to relax and have some downtime. Between getting acclimated to a new city, job, and running errands… time just seems to slip away.
But a girl must eat right? Sometimes I feel like there just aren’t enough hours in a day.
On Sundays I usually prep my lunch and dinner for the week and save eating out for the weekends. Meal prepping not only gives me more time to focus on other responsibilities, but it also helps me make better food choices. At the start of the pandemic, I got so into cooking, meal prep became a weekly routine for me.
It not only saves time, but It also saves money. I’ve always been a big advocate of meal prepping.
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