It’s Wednesday, you put in an extra couple hours at work and you hop in your car totally exhausted. You are just not in the mood to cook dinner, so you swing by a take-out chain and grab fast food as you rush to get home. Does that sound familiar? No time to cook, or so you think. Feeling swamped by life’s obligations can make it challenging to eat a proper home-cooked meal. But take-out and fast food are not your only options for a low-stress meal at home. A little foresight and planning goes a long way in making sure you and your family have ready-to-go meals waiting for you at home.
One strategy to make meal planning easier, cheaper, and faster is to prepare your proteins for the week in bulk. Here’s how to do it.
One of the most exciting things about moving to Bend is the blank slate I have to create a training space for clients. And, let’s be serious, for me too. Our new home has a large garage separated into a one-car bay and a two-car bay. That two-car bay is spacious, with exposed beams, a peaked roof and skylights. It’s pretty much begging for people to train there.
When faced with an open slate for creating a fun and practical training space, where do you start?
First, consider the skills you want to practice. For starters, how about the basic human movements:
Check out some pictures and read more about the new space!