Posts Tagged: meal planning

6 Grocery Apps To Help You Save Money + Plan Your Meals
6 Grocery Apps To Help You Save Money + Plan Your Meals

6 Grocery Apps To Help You Save Money + Plan Your Meals

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
Sometimes, bills pile up. You’ve got a lot of responsibilities now that you’re living in an apartment. From your rent payment to your utilities, theres a lot to keep track of, and the money coming out of your pocket can seem overwhelming. If you’re looking to get more organized and save cash, though, these 6…
3 Ways to Keep Meals Interesting
3 Ways to Keep Meals Interesting

3 Ways to Keep Meals Interesting

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
If you’re not a natural chef, it’s easy for dinner time to become a chore when you first start cooking for yourself after a lifetime of meals that someone else prepared. Not only is this a shame—food is one of the best parts of life!—it potentially hazardous to your health (pizza for dinner four nights…
2-Hour Sunday Routine for a Stress-Free Work Week
2-Hour Sunday Routine for a Stress-Free Work Week

2-Hour Sunday Routine for a Stress-Free Work Week

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
Sunday marks the end of the weekend and, for me, it also means my last opportunity to prep for the work week ahead. If you’re off on Sundays, or even if you work a shift or two, take a couple hours each week to prep for the following week. It’s calming, organized, and will help…
What’s for Dinner? Try This 10 Minute Meal.
What’s for Dinner? Try This 10 Minute Meal.

What’s for Dinner? Try This 10 Minute Meal.

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
10 Minute Meal: Avocado, Black Bean, and Brown Rice Bowl When I got off my college’s meal plan, I came up with a few super quick dinners that could be thrown together any day of the week.  This rice bowl was inspired by Chipotle’s Burrito Bowl and is one of the easiest, cheapest meals you can make.…
Five-Step Meal Prep
Five-Step Meal Prep

Five-Step Meal Prep

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
If you’re anything like me, one of your New Years Resolutions was to start going out to eat less and cooking more. Again, if you’re anything like me, that’s a lot easier said than done. I don’t have much experience cooking (read: none) but I’m excited to venture into this uncharted territory. It’s hard sometimes…