11/27/2020 | News release | Distributed by Public on 11/26/2020 18:01
By Sara Butler
You can admit it -- sometimes life feels like it's all go-go-go. From the minute you wake up in the morning until you lay your head on your (ergonomic) pillow at night, your day feels like it never stops. You may be able to maintain this hectic pace but usually something has to give along the way. For many people, that something is cooking healthy meals.
It's OK -- everyone cuts corners here or there when they feel as if they are in a rush. Sometimes the drive-thru shines like a beacon when you're on your way home from work or the million errands you have to do. But it doesn't have to be that way. There are ways you can make something as simple as shopping at the grocery store and cooking your meals easier and faster so it doesn't seem something is made insurmountable by your hectic schedule.
Going to the grocery store can be time-consuming, but there is one thing you can do to get in and get out quickly -- make a list.
Yes, a list may seem tedious but it's been proven to be the best way to manage your time effectively in the store, getting what you need, and cutting down on trying to figure out things at the moment or on the fly. You should try to:
Now that you have all you need from the store to make a meal at home, what kinds of meals won't take forever to prepare but are still good for you and your family? There are many different things you can consider, such as:
Remember, being healthy doesn't have to be time-consuming. If you have the ingredients on hand, then you can easily throw something together that's both nutritious and delicious.
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