“If you want to cut back on health-related expenses and improve your nutrition, it’s time to get your kitchen organized,” says LivingOrder®
Segura suggests that individuals – whether business owners, stay at home moms or anyone in between – work on three important areas to begin improvement. The first is to organize the kitchen.
“If you don’t know where your supplies and ingredients are, or if they’re difficult to reach, you’re less likely to want to prepare a meal in your kitchen. If you don’t want to be there, you’ll find the easiest way to avoid that frustration,”
The second step is to schedule meal planning and grocery shopping time onto your calendar.
“Spending just ten minutes on deciding what to eat for the upcoming week will save you from the indecision that leads to skipping out on meal prep,” suggests Segura.
The third step is to take a look at your schedule for the week and determine which approach to home-made meals will work for you.
“Can you do lunch prep in the evenings? Will a crockpot that simmers all day work best for you? Or would you rather cook large quantities and freeze meals for the week?” Segura lists all of the possible choices for her clients and has them pick the best fit for their family’s schedule and tastes.
“Dining at your favorite local restaurant should be a wonderful experience. But if eating out is causing a deterioration in your health or a drain on your wallet, it’s time to look at your kitchen and time management habits,” advises Segura.
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www.LivingOrderSA.com helps entrepreneurs and busy women get control of their stressful living and working spaces by teaching residential and business clients how to understand their core issues causing disorganization and thereby prevent it in the future.