Melissa’s Batch Cooking Recipes and Tips for Busy People

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    When time isn’t on your side, it can feel quite overwhelming to keep yourself nourished and cared for so here are some tips & recipes you can batch cook or prep when short on time or in need of some love. Batch cooking is such a saving grace for busy times and befriending your freezer is a game changing tip for new mums, busy parents, times when you’re sick or recuperating or you’re caring for others; you can really give the gift of care through nourishing and simple food. Here are 6 tips for prepping your food to help you in a busy period: Boil eggs, lots of them!   These are always a great base for a salad or throw them into a noodle soup or just pack for an on the go breakfast or snack. Roast some veg.  Whatever veg you have lying around, chop it all up and roast with some garlic and oil. It’s great on it’s own or mixed into quinoa or with leftover chicken. Cook some quinoa, lentils or noodles.  Quinoa keeps really well and is great mixed in

Jasmine’s 5 Ways to Self-Isolate Mindfully

The situation we’re in is mixed across the board — some are finding it easier than others, but focusing on the silver linings and finding the opportunities (or even gifts!) is something we all need to focus on. Staying home is a wonderful opportunity for us to learn about ourselves and our communities — here are five ways to make your journey a little smoother.

1. Find Work-Life Balance

Where you used to have your commute, your afterwork plans, even picking up the kids from school to differentiate the work day from the rest of your life, you now have… well, not much to draw the line. Check out this article for my best tips for how to not let your working life take over your days and nights in lockdown.

2. Have Fun With It

Feeling antsy and wondering how to fill your time? There are so many options! I’ve loved finding new ways of connecting with my loved ones, and still having a laugh with friends via technology and… and knitting like nobody’s business!!! Here are loads more things you can do while hunkering down.

3. Make Your Home a Retreat

If you have a bit more time — say, a week when you were supposed to go on holiday — you could turn your attention to a bigger project. Take some time for yourself, do a spring clean, learn a new skill… and much more.

4. Support Local Producers

Many local businesses are losing money these days, including farmers and producers. If you’re looking for a way to help, ordering veg or meat boxes from farms and other ethical food delivery services is a win-win. You get wonderful food to feed your family, and you help your locals stay afloat.

5. Make Your Food Go Further

When you can’t go food shopping as often as you used to, you might have to make do with what you already have, whether that’s store cupboard essentials or the fresh stuff that lasts longer like root veg. If you’re out of ideas, here are 19 recipes for you!



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