Home Cooking Month: Challenge Yourself!

It’s easy to eat out, especially if you’re a student. But–what would happen if you skipped the restaurants and fast food, and instead saved money, ate healthy, and felt better about yourself? Here’s a way you can do that.

Home cooking, ever heard of it? Home cooking isn’t just the meal you have when you’re home for the holidays. Cooking at home is one of the best ways to improve your health, and you can do it with friends and family to make it more enjoyable!

Don’t be intimidated. You don’t have to hand make 3 meals a day. Everyone has a different eating schedule, work hours, and extracurricular activities that influence time to be in the kitchen. Leave yourself time each week to make a list of foods and recipes you like. Schedule a trip to the grocery store and take your list with you. Stick to the list, get the ingredients, and commit to cooking at least 3 times a week for a month.

Why? You’ll come out at the end of the month feeling healthier, proactive, and energetic. You might even fill a recipe book with your favorite meals! Happy home cooking!

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