Lifestyle

#5 - Why We Don't ALWAYS Have To Be Eating

If you know anything about me, you know I absolutely LOVE food.

But have you ever noticed that food is EVERYWHERE? Everything we do revolves around it!

Want to meet up with friends? Go get food!

Want to spend time with family? Go get food!

Having a date night? Go get food!

This may be an unpopular opinion but… is it possible that we’re missing out on other experiences because we’re trained that everything has to revolve around eating?

If we were to take eating out of the equation as an activity, would you still have a things to do that fulfill you?

This is what we’re chatting about on the Dinner Table Talk Podcast today! Get ready, because I’m challenging you to switch things up!

Resources:

Dinner Table Talk Podcast

Your Dinner is Planned

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Quotes:

“If we’re always thinking about food and if everything has to do with eating, are we missing out on other things?”

“Take some of the time where you would actually be going out to eat or waiting in a line and spend it on doing things that fulfill you in other ways.”

#3 - 6 Tips To Grocery Shop On A Budget

Alright, time to get real.

Who’s guilty of using the following as an excuse to avoid healthy eating?

“Eating healthy is just SO expensive!”

“All of the ingredients for healthy meals cost way too much. I can’t afford it!”

There is a HUGE misconception that healthy eating = expensive. But on today’s episode of the Dinner Table Talk podcast, we’re going to bust that myth!

There are so many things you can do to save money on groceries and still eat amazingly delicious and healthy meals. I’m covering six simple ways on the podcast today.

Even if you implement just one, it will absolutely save you money!

Ready to put some dolla dolla bills back in your wallet? Tune in and let’s get saving!

Links:

Freebie: 6 Tips To Grocery Shop On A Budget

Dinner Table Talk Podcast

Your Dinner is Planned

Quotes:

“Buying produce on sale not only allows you to save money, but you’ll start trying new things, and you’ll start implementing new variety.”

“If saving money is a priority, then you need to shop with a grocery list based on what your plan looks like for the week.”

“I know I’m a huge fan of saving money on groceries even if it’s a few dollars every week because that really, really adds up.”

#2 - How To Define What Healthy Means To YOU

I talk a lot about living a healthy, sustainable lifestyle.

But what does “healthy” even mean? Is it a singular definition that applies to everyone, or is it different depending on the person?

Spoiler alert: It’s different for everyone!

This is exactly what I’m talking about today on the Dinner Table Talk podcast.

In episode two, I’m sharing my opinion on what “healthy” means and how you can adapt it to your own life (something I call the spectrum of healthy choices).

This is all about helping you understand how healthy applies to YOU without feeling like you’re constantly swinging from one “hot tip” to the next.

I’m also going to talk about how to stick to your healthy eating ‘spectrum’ while still being flexible and open to new experiences.

Links:

Freebie: 6 Tips To Implement Consistency & Find Balance

Dinner Table Talk Podcast

Your Dinner is Planned

Quotes:

“The Dinner Table Talk podcast is all about not saying what is right or wrong or not telling you to do this or don’t do that.”

“Because you’ve made that decision that works for you and that aligns with your values or your priorities, you’re already on that healthy spectrum.”

“Have a purpose and have a reason for implementing new things and trying new things. Maybe it’s even just for fun and to see how it goes.”

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