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Cooking at Home — A Delicious Path to Motivation | Lifestyle

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What does the typical dinner look like at your home? Are you the kind of person who browses through the UberEats app to find the most appetizing option? After all, why wouldn’t you? There are so many delicious menus around, and more than enough to satisfy your appetite. Fancy Chinese noodles? You got it. Are you after a casual pizza to share with friends? Consider it done. Do you prefer the intricate warmth of a Caribbean dish? No matter what you love, there is probably a restaurant ready to take your order. The problem is that, while takeaway food can be convenient and yummy, ordering food is not always the healthiest option. One thing is for sure: it doesn’t come close to the nutritional value of homemade food. Besides, it can rapidly get expensive to rely on takeaway food! 

So what’s the other option when you’re hungry? Is heating up a pre-made meal in the microwave good enough? Truth be told, processed food isn’t necessarily good for either your gut or your wallet. 

But then, here comes an often insurmountable challenge. Who’s got the motivation to cook after a long day? Not you, right? Not me, either. Until I started to implement these tips: 

Cooking at Home — A Delicious Path to Motivation | Lifestyle

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Consider the health benefits

We get it: When you are hungry, health benefits may not be weighing much on your mind. You want food, and you want it now. But eating natural food that does not contain either additives or preservatives is better for your health. 

Processed food doesn’t respond to digestive enzymes as much as natural food, which can lead to bloating, digestive issues, and even increases the risk of cancer. So, hopefully, the little video of how processed food travels in your stomach should convince you to stay away from choosing the easy way out next time!


Create an exciting cooking environment

Let’s be honest, who wants to cook in a messy kitchen? More often than not the kitchen looks like a war zone with dirty dishes waiting in the sink and worn out countertops. You need to create a fun and appealing environment if you want to cook more at home. 

Here are two things you will need to consider. First of all, washing up. When should you do the dishes? Ideally, you want to start washing just after eating, or while you cook if you’ve got time. This will keep the kitchen clean and tidy. 

Secondly, it’s time to elevate your countertops, which are the first to show signs of wear and tear. They can make the whole kitchen look and feel dull. The good news is that you don’t need to break the bank! You can find inspiration online, such as from these 10 amazing DIY countertop ideas. A little decorative magic can go a long way to inject some life and excitement into the kitchen area.

Ultimately, a vibrant and clean kitchen is more likely to motivate you to cook. 


Hopefully, these few tips can already transform your mindset and help you fall in love with cooking. Cooking can be a lot of fun, and, more importantly, it will do wonders to your health! 

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