Mealtime can lead you to feel overwhelmed, stressed about your choices, and feel like you’ll never be able to keep up. This course aims to overcome all 3 of those challenges, by introducing a tested method creating your own Organized System for Meal Planning for Any Diet designed by two Professional Organizers who have been in the industry for over 6 years!
This course covers:
· Discovering what kind of chef you are and your preferences
· Creating your ideal kitchen and workspace
· Real-life case studies with before and after photographs
· Sample menu plans that can be modified to suit your tastes
· Industry best practices to follow for maximizing desirable results
There are many benefits to developing a meal plan. You become a healthier and relaxed person to be around, especially in our fast-paced society. You will develop successful habits that reinforce this new way of eating, so it's a life-long investment of your time spent learning.
Your ability to be open-minded and change your current behaviour will have a positive ripple effect in all areas of your life including your energy levels, fitness, and overall mental health.
This course contains over 1.5 hours of content. It's designed for anyone, regardless of experience level, who wishes to create an organized system for meal planning!
You'll learn how to properly set up your kitchen and the practical steps you need to create any meal plan.
You will see the examples applied in real life case studies in a variety of homes.
By the end of this course, you'll have valuable skills that will help you feel confident that mealtime will never be stressful again!
Meal Planning is a component of all of those things combined. They believe (because they love food) that making a simple meal plan can help reduce stress, improve health, and ultimately make you feel great.
The idea repulsed Samantha over 7 years ago when her partner asked her to give it a try. However, to reach compromise she reluctantly began to follow a simple meal plan. Watch as she shares what she found.
No matter how you describe yourself, this first step is one of the most important. It will determine whether you find success with meal planning or fall back to poor habits. You must know yourself or at least be willing to explore who that might be.
I know what you're thinking. "I'm not a grocery store, why should I take an inventory?"
The reasons are evident in this video. And although it isn't necessary to always do this, it is an important awareness piece. Don't worry, you'll love it.
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- Basic understanding of the kinds of food that you like to eat.
- No tools are required.
- An open mind to changing your current behaviour and routines.