Don’t buy lunch for a week, but make it and take it from home.
Our parents or grandparents rarely ate out, except at friends’ homes, but takeaway and fast food, and restaurant dining, have become a major part of modern diets.
This has many advantages, but a few drawbacks too: it costs more, sometimes leads us to eat more than we need, and is often less healthy than what we can make ourselves.
So for a week, try making all your own meals. Experiment. Make something healthy you’ve never made before. Perhaps donate what you save to help someone who needs it.
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