A question was posted to me recently asking “What is one healthy habit that I’ve adopted that has had a huge impact on my health?” Well as I’m sure you can tell from the title of this post, that habit would be meal planning. And not only has meal planning had a positive impact on my health, it has also saved me money and reduced weeknight stress. Watch the full podcast below
Now, like I mentioned in my podcast, meal planning doesn’t need to take a lot of time and effort. You don’t necessarily have to plan every single snack and meal each week. I usually plan out a week’s worth of dinners before I go grocery shopping. To make this even easier, I started a google spreadsheet that has a list of meals that my family likes along with a few notes like how long it takes or where I found the recipe. Now I just refer to this list and the meals practically plan themselves.
To give you a head start, I’ve put together a handy reference sheet of some of the quick and healthy recipes I’ve tested out on my family then added to on this blog (current to this post 2021-Aug-18). When you are putting together your own meal plan, just refer to this list for some quick and easy meal ideas.
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