This post is made in collaboration with The Wellbeing Network. The Wellbeing Network is dedicated to making health and wellness accessible for everyone.
Busyness has a horrible habit of sneaking up on you when you least suspect. One minute things feel good and the next you’re scrambling to stay on track with the mountain of things going on. Unfortunately, when this happens, a lot of people chuck healthy cooking and eating out of the window in favour of a quick bite or something that doesn’t take too much time to throw together.
This may feel better in the moment, but it could delay your health and fitness goals or just not be beneficial in the longer run. When the going gets busy, wrestle back some time and find one day to make healthy food for yourself.
Meal planning will be crucial, but if that’s a little too much at the moment, make one larger meal for yourself to have for dinners or lunches throughout the week. By taking a an hour or so over the weekend, you can help set yourself for some good moments in the midst of a busy storm.