Healthy Living : The Lazy Woman’s Guide To Eating Healthy with Zero Effort 🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️

Healthy eating habits you can start today with absolutly zero effort 

(Stay with me this week, I’m on a “Healthy Living” kick 💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻)

I’m BUSY BUSY. Two full time jobs, a husband, a house, a dog….. I’m up to my ears in stress. But I always eat healthy and not to toot my own horn, but I’m REALLY good at it (TOOT TOOT).


I meal prep. But not in the “spend seven hours cooking on Sundays” way. I let the food do the work for me (even if it costs me just a little bit more). I spend just about 45 minutes “Meal Prepping” for the entire week and here’s how.

Breakfast (My every morning easy smoothie)

Sunday evenings after grocery shopping, scoop out 1 cup of frozen fruits, add a handful of raw spinach or kale, pour in your Carnation Instant breakfast powder into a mason jar and store in the freezer. Add a bit of milk in the morning, flip your mason jar over and pop it right on top of your blender. POOF healthy breakfast!

Sunday evening, make 5 of these and store the right in your freezer.

Here’s the shopping list:

Lunch (My spin on a pasta salad).

Just a little prep on Sunday night, make an entire box of veggie pasta and use these containers to separate out your meals. Utilize the compartments and separate out a serving of veggie pasta, raw veggies and precooked chicken.

Here’s the shopping list:

Dinner (chicken, rice and veggies).

Each morning before work we pop dinner into our crockpot. (If you are looking for a Crockpot, here’s the link to the one we use!). In the crockpot we add in two chicken breasts (frozen is best), 2 cups of chicken broth, 2 cups of water and seasonal veggies (like broccoli or sweet potatoes) and add to seasonings to taste. That’s it! Pop your crockpot on low for eight hours and leave it be. Dinner will be done when you get home 🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️

Here’s the shopping list: 

Snacks (baggy these little guys when you need them)

Or keep them in your “snack bin” on your desk like I mentioned last article!

Here’s the shopping list: 

  • Bananas 
  • Squeezable Baby Food (I know it’s weird. But it’s easy to pack and it’s nutritious). Try the squeezable apple sauce with carrots. 
  • Dark Chocolate (the baking kind, because it carries less allergens)
  • Popcorn 
  • Naked Veggie Juice 👇🏻 My favorite is the Green Machine below!
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I take the lazy way out when it comes to meal prepping, so I can eat healthy and not have to do too much work. I am all about the grab’n go healthy lifestyle ✌🏻

Eating healthy doesn’t have to be a chore or even expensive! Do you have any tips and tricks on how to eat healthy on a budget? I would love to hear them below! Thank you as always for reading! If you liked this article, be sure to check out my article on shopping at Aldi! 


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