Thursday, February 26, 2015

4 Reasons to Learn How to Cook

It is a well-known fact that we all have our own strengths and weaknesses. I may be better at cooking; but you may be better at organizing closets. I may be better at writing a post; but you may be better at communicating the needs of your work team. You get the picture -- we all have those strengths and weaknesses. But, in knowing that we can be better at something -- wouldn't that be motivation enough to want to master that particular skill? 

So what about cooking? Maybe you haven't even considered it to be a strength or weakness, but what about time management skills? We all are given 24 hours to work with/do our activities/complete our projects, etc., but with that also comes the motivation to want to do that something well, not just okay.  Don't we all want to be better at our time management skills? So what if cooking is not your strong suit -- you can learn it or merely want to learn how to do it well. I really like the website, Blue Apron, which actually gives you the ingredients to prepare healthy, delicious, pre-portioned meals that also don't take a long time to make. 

It just makes sense to make something on your own that you know will be a better choice instead of guessing what ingredients were used in that chicken you just ordered or even in being better at eating mindfully...

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