Eating healthily requires meal planning. What do I need to cook? What ingredients do I need to purchase. It takes planning. Sometimes its difficult to know where to start and how to make the whole weekly meal planning simple and easy to maintain. We’ve created a lesson to help you out and to keep you on your healthy meal habit. Even if you don’t care much for healthy foods, you can still use this lesson to balance what you eat and arrange your meals so that you’re not eating the same old boring things every day. Here’s an excerpt of the lesson -
You want to eat healthy. You want to cook more of your own food. But it seems like every night there’s a reason not to, like you forgot to take something out of the freezer or you need something fast and the drive-thru seems faster, etc.
Eating well and cooking at home doesn’t require a ton of time or any fancy food. It just requires you to plan ahead a little bit. In fact, not having a plan is the biggest barrier to having a successful week of eating healthy, home-cooked food. This lesson will teach you everything you need to know to plan your weekly meals, and make it easy for you to know what to cook and when.
The Lesson is broken down into 4 sections and includes 3 charts that you can print out and use to help with your meal planning.
- Meal Plan Prep Work
- Planning Tips
- Grocery Shopping
- Shifting Where Necessary
There are 20 steps provided in the lesson to help you prepare properly and to make the right decisions when you are actually thrift shopping to help it turn into a habit and make you an expert.
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Editors Note: This Lesson is written by Jennifer Blanchard
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