- One thing that’s really worked for me is to take time each week to plan my meals and snacks. Even 20 minutes makes a difference.
- I write out a grocery list and think about what I want to prepare for the week ahead. This saves me time and money; plus, it’s so much healthier than eating out.
- I also try to always keep my freezer stocked with frozen fruits and veggies so I can make smoothies or a crock pot soup in a flash.
Even the busiest person can eat well, on a budget, and with just a little preparation. A good blender, food processor, veggie chopper, knife set and crock pot are staples to have on hand to save you time and money each week.