meal planning for an jedi mind

Meal Planning For a Jedi Mind

meal planning for an jedi mind

Did your grandmother make the most delicious Frugal Dessert dishes in the past?

Despite the Force’s power over the weak-minded, Jedis take advantage of Meal Planning to make sure they are well-prepared for their busy week.

Before We, Meal Planned

Before I had kids, I had to live on less. Yes, living on less of everything. Time and money. I would visit the supermarket every day on my way home from work. Either the local Woolworths or Coles. During this time in my life, I had never heard of meal planning. So this was our daily routine. I would call my husband every day, and we deliberated what we wanted for dinner, and I would collect the items on the way home. This process dragged on for years. I always planned our meals on a regular basis.

Then we had children, and life changed as we knew it. I had to balance my time with work, kids, and sporting activities, and at the end of the day, having to think of what to make for dinner. The last thing you wanted to do at the end of the day was this. Sometimes I didn’t even have the strength to think about dinner and ordered takeaway instead, which really isn’t the healthiest option and can be draining on the finances. They often disappointed me with the takeout meals and believed that I could have made better meals at home. I often felt guilty for spending the money on takeout that I didn’t even enjoy because I was too lazy to cook. Then I found out about meal planning and it changed my life. This is how it will change your life for the better, too. You can become a Jedi of meal planning too, which is a bit of planning at the end of the week.

Benefits of Meal Planning

1. It will save you so much time. I spend only 30 minutes at the end of the week planning our family’s weekly menu. I try to be adventurous and try to incorporate one original recipe in that week’s menu plan, too.

Doing one huge grocery shop at the start of the week is what I do now. I always order online so I don’t impulse buy, and I know exactly what I am expecting to spend. Shopping online also saves me time trying to locate items in the store.

2. No more takeaways. Now my meals are always healthy, and I know precisely what’s in my meals. No more unpleasant takeaways and our finances are thanking me, too.

3. You will save a truckload of money. No more buying last-minute snacks, and it will slash the cost of your grocery budget.

4. Research creating creative meals. When I meal plan, I always like to try something completely different on the menu. Why not get innovative and create something completely different?

5. Meal planning will reduce stress and anxiety. When meal planning, there are no surprises about what is going to be for dinner, no more last-minute compromises. You can shop around for specials in advance and use online shopping to determine whether the items are in stock.

If you haven’t planned a meal yet, I strongly suggest that you try it as you will save much more than time

and money.

Check out my other blog posts about goal setting is important for success , when you get the chance.

If you’re looking for some extra inspiration, this recipe is one of my favourites. Unfortunately, I have a terrible sweet tooth. But this cake is so simple to make and is so moist.

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