We all know New Year's Resolutions are often doomed to fail. Read on to learn how to make your healthy-eating aspirations for the New Year come to life.
2022 is coming to an end, and with the end of a year comes the hope and expectations for the New Year. However, most of us know that New Year's Resolutions are often forgotten by February. How can you set yourself up for success to actually accomplish what you want?
In his book Atomic Habits, James Clear emphasizes the importance of making your desired habits (ex. exercising daily, reading more, or eating healthier) easier to accomplish. For example, if you want to go for a walk every day after work, you can set yourself up for success by bringing your walking clothes to work, and going for a walk at a park BEFORE even going home.
Applying this same logic to eating healthier could mean prepping vegetables when you get home from the grocery store instead of letting them rot in the fridge, or prepping your lunch for work the night before instead of waiting until morning, or buying frozen fruit for smoothies instead of fixing a full breakfast every morning.
All that is fine and dandy, but chances are, you've already tried those things. If you're anything like us, the busyness of life can make even a "quick 30-minute weeknight dinner" seem like an overwhelming task. But having wholesome, homemade meals is integral to a genuinely healthy diet. So, what are your options?
Well, you could prioritize more time in the kitchen, which might mean missing a soccer game, take away time from much needed relaxation, or spending more time on your feet after working a 12-hour shift.
Or, you can outsource your meal prepping.
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