2021 is a new year like no other. And even though a lot of us are feeling very ‘new year, same couch,’ there are some easy changes you can make to be healthier and happier. So, as part of our How to Skimm Your Life challenge, we partnered with Good Morning America and Blue Apron to help you refresh five areas of your life. Next up, meal planning.
In 2020, a lot of us cooked more and different stuff than we ever thought we would. (Remember whipped coffee? Never again.) and the whole stay-home-as-much-as-possible thing doesn’t seem to be going away anytime soon. So why not take some time to discover new recipes and get your kitchen organized this January? So you can reduce waste, avoid the 5pm “what’s for dinner?” panic, and eat smarter this year. James-Beard-Award-winning chef Edouardo Jordan can help. Watch him talk tips, techniques, and ingredients with Ginger Zee. Yum.
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