Planning is the biggest key here! Plan, plan, plan! If you have a holiday or a birthday approaching, you’ll want to know exactly how to handle that scenario so that you do not fall off of your plan!
One idea to help you through is to eat before you go to the event. If you have some meat on board, you will be less likely to want to eat the tempting carby foods that are usually at every party. Even if you do not eat an entire meal, at least eat a piece of meat, some bacon, an egg, or other easy food. It will curb your hunger and keep you smiling at the same time!
Another idea would be to bring a meat dish to share! Cook up some chicken legs and thighs, or maybe bite sized pieces of steak on a platter. You could even make up a meat and cheese tray with boiled eggs or stuffed eggs to nibble on for you and your fellow party goers! There are many ways and many dishes that could be taken along with you so that you have foods that satisfy your hunger and give the best nutrients to others. It’s a win, win situation!
Shopping is Not What It Used to Be For many of us shopping and grocery shopping have changed a great deal since our childhood. Growing up in London and New York City, my family mostly shopped at small old fashioned proprietor owned shops, like the butcher, the green grocer, a bakery. Additionally we might visit