3. You’ll Save MONEY With Meal Prep
Go into the supermarket with a list of what you need.
This helps keep you away from impulse buying, and you can stay on track with a weekly food budget, not to mention all the money you’ll save from food delivery services and restaurants.
By making a weekly meal schedule, you can figure out what foods you have, need, and want to make.
Making a plan ahead of time helps you to avoid making unnecessary purchases at the store, not waste ingredients, and use what you already have in your pantry.
Creating a schedule for the week and preparing meals ahead of time can also decrease the temptation to eat out. On average, eating out is about five times more expensive than cooking at home.
It’s a substantial amount of money you can save and use to reach your financial goals or put towards your dream holiday.