It can be hard cooking for yourself when it’s just you at home. Recipes make such large quantities that you probably find yourself eating the same thing over and over. At the end of the week, there’s still food leftover despite your best efforts to use what you bought at the store. If you can relate, then this meal plan series is for you!
When you’re single, it can be hard to get motivated to cook a legitimate meal because it’s easy enough to get by with just a few scraps thrown together on a plate. Not speaking from experience or anything…
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Over time, you may notice that you aren’t getting enough of a certain nutrient (probably protein) and start to feel it. You might feel more tired, weak, and notice headaches popping up from time to time.
Or maybe you are one of those singles that keeps absolutely nothing on hand and ends up ordering uber eats for most meals. Think about how expensive that habit is over time!
There’s no doubt about it. Meal planning has multiple benefits, including the opportunity to feel your best through healthy foods and save money.
In case you missed it, you can check out Weekly Meal Plan for One #1 here.
Feel free to duplicate these plans as your own, double some of the recipes if you’re feeding two, or use as a baseline if you’re feeding a family.
Ready to get cooking?
Before we do, make sure you have a copy of my FREE Meal Planner Kit that includes a printable weekly meal plan template to complete your plan for the week!