MyTake: What We Learned This Week 4/9-4/13
Spring cleaning is real.
Well, we’re still in that awkward phase of eating that’s between winter and spring. The new, seasonal produce isn’t quite in full force yet, but the chilly winter days are definitely behind us. So, the question still remains, what do you cook during this time of year? Well, we’re not exactly sure that we got to the very bottom of this age-old dilemma, but we sure did try.
To start off, we’re tackling breakfast. First, we’re all very firm believers here that this is a meal that is not to be skipped. No excuses. If your problem is that you can never quite find the time to make yourself a proper meal without being late to work or school, we’ve got some helpful tips on how to move your breakfast along so that you never miss a beat. Additionally, if you’re just lacking some inspiration on what exactly it is that you want to make for yourself first thing in the morning, we’ve got a seriously delicious (and also healthy) breakfast that gets us out of bed with excitement. The best part is that you can riff on the recipe endlessly, making it versatile yet easy to incorporate into a steady routine.
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It’s easy to fall into a rut around this time of year, especially because we’re all at our wits end with slow-cooker leftovers, but there’s still not a plethora of fresh produce to choose from at the market. This makes deciding on a packed lunch game extremely difficult. If you need some ideas to breath life and excitement back into your desk lunches, we’ve got a couple ideas in mind with these easy meals that will make your weekday lunch feel like a picnic.
And because it’s that time of year when you should take any opportunity that you have to clean up your space, let’s talk about some organization tips. First of all, we’re looking straight at that fridge of yours. Want to know all the tricks to have it looking picture ready? Here is your path to #FridgeGoals. Second, let’s talk about how you can maintain that beautiful fridge. The secret is FIFO, and if you don’t know what that is, you’re definitely going to want to adopt this simple practice.
Congratulations–you’ve got plenty of ideas for next week’s meals, your fridge is looking better than it ever has, and it’s the weekend. If you felt like you had a tough week, just know that your week wasn’t nearly as awful as these people who all decided to have full-on meltdowns at fast food restaurants. Don’t believe us? This all really happened, and if you need a good laugh, this is definitely going to bring you an unhealthy amount of joy.