Living To Work

When I get home from work the last thing I feel like doing is cooking dinner.


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Sep 19, 2018 at 10:16am

... at most half a day cooking on the weekend, you can easily make six days worth of meals that only need to be heated up in the microwave. The cooking doesn't even need to take that long, you can basically throw whatever you'll eat into a pressure cooker and cook it that way.

Live smarter and maybe living isn't such a big chore.


Sep 19, 2018 at 10:27am

so go eat out and then complain how the food is junk and you have no money

Organization is key

Sep 19, 2018 at 11:27am

I cook most of my meals in large quantities during the week-ends. I also have pre-marinated meat and other stuff that can be easily cooked during the week for variety. If you are efficient, you can have a healthy, warm dinner every night with little effort and cost.

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I hear ya!

Sep 19, 2018 at 11:32am

UberEats is loving me these days. My bank account and belly, not so much.

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Sep 19, 2018 at 1:22pm

Unless you truly do not like to cook. It is a very relaxing and meditative way to slow your mind down. Once you start......

I feel ya

Sep 19, 2018 at 8:18pm

and I feel like its even harder to be motivated to cook when you live alone. Its hard to get excited about cooking when no one is there to share it.

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my crutch

Sep 19, 2018 at 10:45pm

Is one of those bbq chickens from the supermarket. Relatively healthy choice and you get soup from the bones as a meal base for later. While you're meal planning, grab some butter chicken sauce from Costco. This brand is the only one that tastes like butter chicken.

Cooking doesn't have to suck but it does take prep time.

Another of my crutches is bacon and ginger. You get a pack of bacon, freeze them in 4 slice packs, keep in freezer for use. Buy a big ass ginger root, peel that sucker, cut into chunks, freeze em too.

Things like this make meal prep waaaaay faster and better results than eating out.

You are worth it. Look at all the slow moving old folks out there. And the peppy ones. Notice the difference? Which kind are you working towards being? Gouty and crappy, or lithe and spry? You're building towards these choices right now.

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