• Eat,  Meal Prep

    Choosing a Meal Prep Service

    Pinterest is usually my main resource when it comes to getting creative in the kitchen, and of course a few food Instragrammers that share recipes. As of late, I have noticed, that I come home from work and I don’t have the energy to experiment with new recipes. I decided to try a few different meal service programs to try to mix things up and diversify my regular staple recipes. These meal prep companies send you the portioned out fresh ingredients to prepare yourself.  I just want to preface this by saying this is something I decided to do on my own, none of the product were given to me…

  • DIY,  Eat,  Meal Prep

    Shopping for One at Costco

    It may seem excessive, for some one who has no family and only one mouth to feed to have a Costco membership, but it honestly is very economical. A Costco visit always requires self control to insure you only buy what you need and not what you want. My bill is usually between $50 – $100.  Costco Shopping List Pre-Washed Organic Baby Spinach – $3 for a huge box, I usually use half for salads and put the other half for smoothies Bananas – $1.98 for a huge bundle, I let them get a little brown and then freeze them Almond Milk – $8 for a case of 6, way cheaper…

  • DIY,  Eat,  Meal Prep

    Mastering: Cooking for one

    Photo By Todd Quackenbush I have never been much of a baker, but I have always enjoyed making meals. The picture below is the photographic evidence of me struggling with my Yonana. I was trying to experiment with healthy alternative to processed frozen yogurt. My health is very important to me, so I try to find the time for meal prep. Eating for one can be tricky. One of the hardest things  for me, was making sure I finished my food before it had a chance to spoil. Over the years, I have developed some good habits that help me to make meal preparation as easy and painless as possible.  Do a big major grocery shop…