Advice on Meal Prepping
Meal prepping doesn't necessarily mean that you have to have the same thing every day for lunch each week or the same dinner 5 nights in a row (although this is how you cut cost and time...big time). If you're one of those people who needs to change it up, there are options. The key is to have something COOKED and readily available to you when you get hungry. You can cook stuff in bulk (like chicken breasts for example) and chop it up, toss it in some tupperware. Throughout the week, you can put it on salads, make tacos, add it to a rice bowl, add it to pasta...there are endless options. My advice is for you to have a few proteins (maybe ground turkey and chicken breasts), some greens -washed and cut (leafy greens and broccoli are staples in my house), and some healthy starch (rice, whole grain tortillas or pasta, or chopped sweet potatoes for example). Then you can kind of create something new each time.