Meal prepping usually means spending your weekend planning to cook, and taking a full day out to cook and box all your meals.
Sounds exhausting, right?
A client of mine was meal prepping each weekend and spending 8 hours on Saturday and Sunday, so she could have healthy meals for the week.
Unsurprisingly, she hates giving up her weekend to the process...
Not only was she tired, but she HATED it.
I do not want you to meal prep!
In the traditional sense, that is.
I want you to meal prep the way I teach it:
-Still have your weekend
-Fridge stocked with ready to eat meals
-No cooking, shopping or cleaning during the week
-30% savings on food costs (how about an extra $3,000 a year?!)
Meal prepping really doesn't have to be miserable!!
It can be fun and simple and easy.
You need proper planning, a few hours of blocked time and the confidence that the process doesn't have to be awful.
I would love to help you!
You can check out my Meal Prep Course here!