Something that has been nagging at me lately is the fact that I have not spent much time in the kitchen over the past month. October was really busy and November will be even busier, but I still feel a bit disappointed that I have not been carving out time to get in the kitchen. And, as a result, there has been a lot of processed food that has snuck back into the pantry. With a daughter who now brings her lunch to school each day I am looking for convenient foods like granola bars, fruit snacks, and crackers. I think I made bread once or twice last month, but would love to start making this a twice a week activity again.
1. Less packaging will be thrown away or recycled by purchasing less packaged food
2. We will be putting less fillers and additives in our bodies by eating more home made food made with ingredients that we choose to put in it.
3. We will save money
4. We will all feel better
5. A sense of accomplishment!
Here are a few links to other One Small Change participants:
The Variegated Life
The 4 Bushel Farm
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