Building a Habit

Building a Habit

According to scientific researchers, it takes approximately 21 days to build a habit.  But, just in case, I’m going to work on building a habit in 30 days.  So far, I’ve cooked 3 dinners this week and I have to say, it really wasn’t that hard, nor did it take long once everything was already planned.  I didn’t have to rush out and get any missing ingredients or go through the drive-thru because I had nothing planned or ran out of time, it was actually pretty easy.  Of course, this is only day 3 of 30, but so far so good.

I thought I’d make this fun for the family as well, since usually the first thing out of their mouths are “what’s for dinner and when do we eat?”, so I’m making up cute little daily menus with rating numbers that they can circle to let me know if they liked the meal or not.  I figure the more I get them involved and make organizing this family fun, the easier it’ll be to get them to go along with it all.  Below is a picture of tomorrow’s menu which I think they’ll get a kick out of! 🙂

Hopefully, this will make the process of picking new recipe “keepers” easier!

-Sandra

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  1. Love this idea.. When my kids get a lil older I think I'm going to try this one too… Good luck with it.

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