I grew up making my own food. My mom raised my sister and I, so I often ended up making my own meals, and often for my sister as well. I’d suggest offering to help her out with making dinner so she’s more likely to cook better foods. For example, show her a recipe (check here or here for a lot of ideas) and offer to help with the prep work. Look at the bulk sections of food stores for things like quinoa, which you can buy fairly cheap without worrying about it going bad right away. Chicken is another really easy, healthy food if you eat it. You can make curried chicken, have it over rice, bake it, grill it, have veggies on the side, make your own chicken strips, etc.
As far as exercising goes, it’s not too hard to get started once you take the first step. Go for power walks. See if there are Zumba or yoga or Pilates classes in your area, and see if they have discounts for students. Check out Blogilates and Tone It Up for free workout videos (there are also a lot on Netflix and YouTube).Leave a comment View 2 Notes blog comments powered by Disqus blog comments powered by Disqus