Failure to plan is to plan for failure.
Prior planning prevents poor performance.
A goal without a plan is just a wish.
The list goes on.
After the post yesterday about planning and being always on the back foot in terms of what I’m doing, I have decided to take some action.
I have now prepared several days’ worth of meals, taking me right up to Friday (in theory, at least – I need to get some salmon tomorrow morning – the last ingredient I need…).
I figured best to stand and cook for two hours tonight rather than spend an hour tonight and an hour tomorrow night in front of the cooker. Tomorrow night, I’m planning on coming home and chilling the heck out for once – I have the gym in the morning, you see.
This is what my kitchen looks like now. This isn’t actually, this is…
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