Category Archives: Grocery Shopping
You’re going to get hungry. Every day. Over and over again. I promise! So let’s acknowledge this and come up with a plan. Each week I want you to take a few minutes and think about your schedule for the upcoming week. What do you have planned? Where are you going to be? And most importantly, what are you going to eat. Once you have this thought out run into the grocery store and pick up some food for the … Continue reading
A clean, nutritious diet starts with a clean pantry! Today I want you to take 15 minutes and get rid of the old and make room for the new. Make sure to get rid of everything that is expired or that has been sitting in there for more than 6 months (seriously, you’re not going to eat it!). I certainly don’t want you to waste good food so if you have extra canned goods or non perishable items that you … Continue reading
I recently sat down with one of my clients for our final check-in session. She originally came to me armed with one rule – she didn’t want to cook. So we came up with some options for both eating in and dining out, of which she primarily chose the latter. When expenses started going up, she reprioritized. She found that she and her husband were spending almost $50 a day by dining out. This isn’t extravagant eating, it’s more along … Continue reading
One of my favorite things to do is shop at my local farmers market. Watch my video to learn why farmers markets are a great place to get all your produce. And remember, a few small steps can lead to big changes. Video first appeared on unbottleyourtea.com/tara.
No matter what your health goals may be, healthy eating starts at the grocery store. Have you ever gone into the store, spent a ton of money and then returned home only to realize you have nothing to eat? It happens to the best of us. Watch this video to learn Tara’s tips on tackling food shopping while saving money and eating healthy. Video first appeared on unbottleyourtea.com/tara.
I was in the grocery store this past weekend and came across a man staring blankly at the never-ending bread aisle. I asked him if he was OK and he turned to me and said, “I remember when you went to the store and just asked for bread!” We both laughed, but he was making a great point that today’s grocery stores, with thousands of choices, can be overwhelming. People looking to find and compare healthy products face another challenge … Continue reading