We’re all busy – especially at this time of year! Whether it’s trying to wrap up your work so that you can relax on holidays, or attending Christmas parties on weekends, December tends to be a bit of a manic month for many of us. It can also be a tricky time of year for keeping your health habits in check. But with a bit of prior planning, it is possible to stay on track over the festive season. Our MP Tip of the Week: Always Cook For More Than 1! There’s nothing worse than getting home after a long day at work and realising that you have nothing in the fridge… Or that you do have items in your fridge, but you need to spend time cooking them. That’s why we recommend always cooking for more than 1 meal. Make a huge batch of a meal, put it in some plastic containers and store it in your fridge or freezer for meals over the coming days. Salads usually last in the fridge a few days, and meat does, too. Here’s an example of what we cooked this week: 5 Minute Beef Stir-Fry Bok-Choy Chicken Omelettes This will last us at least a few days, and it’s something that we do each and every week. It saves so much time when you chop, cook and clean all in one hit. What meals can you make in bulk this week? Learn more about how to make food prep a breeze with our MP Challenge! Healthy eating shouldn’t be a chore, nor should it be bland or boring. It is possible to make food work for you and to enjoy it in the process. Our next MP Challenge kicks off on the 4th Jan 2016, and we have limited spots available – learn more today!