It’s that time of year again, time to pick another resolution that, let’s be honest, you’ll probably give up on by
summer spring. Unless you’re part of the 8% of the population who has the willpower to stay committed through December, it may be time to think differently.
So instead of coming up with some elaborate goal that’s only going to bring you more stress, why don’t you switch it up and try something that will not only make your life easier but will also give you more time to do as you wish. Okay, Okay, we know this sounds too good to be true, but bear with us for a minute, we promise this white elephant does exist!
Americans spend an average of 37 minutes a day preparing for dinner and another hour actually cooking. When you look at those who identified themselves as the household’s usual meal preparer (that’s you!) prep time was closer to 51 minutes … add grocery shopping, check out lines, traffic, and we’re up to 600 hours or 25 days wasted a year.
Now we KNOW there are literally hundreds of better things you can do with that time, so much so, that we started a list for you here.
Take back your time and let us handle dinner indefinitely. We’ll need to steal five minutes of your newly found time to understand your dietary preferences and then you’ll get a customized meal plan delivered straight to your inbox. Simply click a button to create an aggregated shopping list to get in and out of the store fast, or order your groceries directly online while you < insert new hobby here >. Get started today.
And in case you needed more of a push, check out these fun figures on the benefits of cooking at home.