New Year’s Resolution time is upon us! It’s a new day, a new month, a new year – add to it the snow and cold that seems to blanket every corner of the country, and things seem fresh and clean this time of year. It's the perfect time to resolve to make positive changes in your life! Easily the most popular New Year’s resolution is to “eat healthier.” That’s a fantastic goal, but once we make it through the first few weeks of the year, the novelty of eating healthy wears off. We aren’t yet seeing chiseled abs and glowing skin, and we start to lose steam quickly as we get bored with preparing and eating the same old foods. At some point, even with fridges full of veggies and lean protein, we are going to face temptation to fall off the wagon. A long day at work, getting stuck in traffic, getting distracted by the kids, or just not wanting to eat the foods we have prepared – sooner or later, we will be tempted to run through the drive through and grab a cheeseburger and fries, and yes, let’s add the apple pie, please.
That’s where Pete’s Paleo meal delivery comes in.
When you're too tired or stressed to plan a meal, prep it, cook it, and clean up afterward, paleo meal delivery helps you make a good decision because Pete does all the work for you - and you're getting a healthy, nourishing meal that will keep you making good food choices! One of the most convenient parts about Pete's Paleo meal delivery is that the food is pre-cooked and pre-portioned: just pick a bag, heat, and serve. The toughest part is deciding which meal you want to eat first! Good choices breed good choices. Once we have given in with just a little slip, we are more likely to keep slipping. But if you have a specific plan during those tempting moments, such as: “I am going to keep five Pete’s Paleo meals in the fridge; I will heat up one of those meals whenever I feel tempted to go through the drive through after work,” you are much more likely to be successful with your resolution to eat healthier. We are proud of all of you who decided on “eat healthier” as a New Year’s resolution.