1. Pre-Cook Meals
It might sound like an overwhelmingly big job, but pre-cooking meals in advance really does save time in the long run. For starters, you only have to pull ingredients out and clean up once rather than every day/time. Set aside some time each weekend to plan your meals, buy groceries accordingly, cook, and store your food. Trust me, you’ll be so glad you’ve done this when you’re running late one morning and all you have to do is reach in the freezer and pull out your pre-made lunch! Check out Frugalitygal for a sample menu of one week’s worth of meals. New Leaf Wellness also offers 30 recipes for those interested in meals aligned with the Whole 30 lifestyle.