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Great idea! I went TV-free 15 months ago, and not for a minute have I missed the negative news and the blah-blah-blah that tries to vegetize me!
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But then the time to exercise will have to come from something else…
Sleep is about the only place left… but, for me, sleep can be fitful, so when it’s going good, I like to let it run its course. Though I love to cook, maybe a couple nights off a week from dinner will be the solution for exercise time! The caloric benefits would also accrue!
In my quest for time-saving, many times I try to cook double (things like soups, marinara sauce or chili) and refrigerate or freeze the extra portion. I know it’s not the same as a fresh-made meal, but it will still save you time, because cooking the extra batch adds little cooking time (and you don’t have to clean every knife/skillet/etc twice) and you still get a homemade meal. Actually, there are a few dishes that improve with some time for blending flavors.
I’ve always been troubled by my inability to make plans for more than a couple of days in advance… double cooking sounds like a great way to find some time! I agree that additional flavors develop in the fridge, or my favs, in the cinnamon rolls or zucchini bread, as time goes by… but then I just eat more ;-( Thanks for the smart idea, and I will try to focus on healthy foods in proper amounts.