As we’re hurtling toward the New Year at unrelenting speed, many of us are carving out moments to reflect and set intentions for the year ahead. In these most …
Category: Kitchen Efficiency
Kitchen efficiency creates a ripple effect that can create positive change in other areas of your life and home. For example, good kitchen food prep systems support nutrition and budget goals by reducing temptation and food waste.
If you enjoy your kitchen, you’ll be less likely to choose take-out over cooking at home. A well-used kitchen is also less likely to become a dumping ground for items that don’t belong there.
A half-hour a week spent on meal planning can save time with fewer, more efficient grocery trips. Knowing what you’re going to eat also means less decision fatigue and better meals. (Note: buttered saltines might be delicious, but they don’t constitute a dinner.)