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Posted by: Joanna McCracken on Apr 17, 2019
Deciding what to make for dinner after a long and exhausting day adds additional stress right when you don’t need it. Consider taking one hour to think through 10- 15 meals that everyone in your family will eat, that are easy and quick to make, and rotate them. Keep one ingredient list so you already have a reusable shopping list. Likewise, plan several easy breakfasts and lunch options (including kids' packed lunches for school) and keep the things you need on hand. Not having to expend energy on what to prepare for dinner, and wondering whether you have the ingredients, makes it easier and quicker to unwind once you get home. Save the pizza, take-out, or eating out for a fun treat, not something you resort to due to exhaustion.