Note: This is a guest post from my homeboy Cody Wheeler of Academy Success
No doubt about it, eating well all the time is tough, especially with how long it can take to prepare healthy meals vs. boxed meal junk.
In fact, the time shift involved is a large stumbling block for many people that have set a goal to eat better.
On Academy Success, I talk a lot about personal growth and making changes. One of the biggest steps to making any life change is eliminating failure points up front before making a change.
In this post, we’ll address how you can eliminate the failure point of not having enough time to eat well by tying in some simple, but powerful productivity and time management strategies as you change your eating habits.
By the end of this post, you’ll have a strategy that will not only help you eat well on a tight schedule, but as an added benefit, help you make sure you stick to your new nutritional goals.