Following on from my post ‘Benefits of Meal Planning’, I thought I’d share with you how to actually meal plan. I mean it’s all well and good me telling you the benefits of meal planning but if we don’t know how to do it, we can’t put it into practice!
Here are my top 5 tips for effective and stress-free meal planning.
Even though I work from home, I still meal plan. I like that I have ingredients or items prepped for when I need something to eat ASAP and I don’t have to think about what to cook for dinner.
Meal planning has a number of benefits but I think quite a few people believe meal planning means you’re eating the same meals all week such as dry chicken and overcooked broccoli. While this works for some people, it’s not for me!
Maybe the title of this post should be ‘Why I Don’t Meditate in The Traditional Sense’!
More and more people are praising and highlighting the benefits of meditation and quite rightly so. Not only does it benefit emotional health but mental health too. The benefits have shown to be everything from improving sleep, reducing stress and possibly helping reduce age-related memory loss (read more in this article.)
You’re so stupid
I can’t believe you wrote that, it doesn’t even make sense
Why can’t you just be normal in social situations and not trip over your words and act flustered?
I hope you’re not thinking about wearing that, it doesn’t look good at all.
Me a runner? Nope, I am not a runner in any sense of the word, or at least that’s what I’ve been telling myself. I practice yoga regularly and do HIIT too but when I’ve tried running in the past I didn’t enjoy it. Probably because I used to sprint away rather than take it nice and slowly so I’d feel very sick and think running wasn’t for me.
Mental health is a funny old thing & I don’t mean funny hilarious. There still seems to be a stigma surrounding mental health, almost as if people are ashamed to talk about it or don’t want to talk about it for fear of being judged or don’t want others to feel uncomfortable.