How to Fit Feeding your Family Around your New Career

If you’ve recently gone back to work after having children or you’re starting your very own business from home, finding the time to cook for your family everyday can be almost impossible.

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But if your brood have been used to having you at home to provide for their every need, adjusting to standing on their own two feet can be equally challenging.

So if you want to ease your family into new routines whilst ensuring that their bellies are full, here are some ideas that you can try to get you started.

Cook big batches

One of the easiest ways to get good, home cooked food into your family without spending hours every day tied to the kitchen stove is to cook a couple of big batches at the beginning of the week and freeze portions to eat when required.

Things like pasta sauce, curry and stew are all great for freezing and taste great when cooked.

This method is perfect if you want to start getting your kids familiar with the kitchen. They can defrost and reheat the dishes and learn how to cook the accompaniments like rice, potatoes and pasta.

Tackle it throughout the day

If you’ve started your own business from home, a great way to divide up the labour is to tackle it throughout the day.

You can do the chopping and dicing in the morning, the cooking in the afternoon and the grand assembly just in time for dinner.

Not only does this make the task of cooking feel a lot easier, it also gives you regular breaks from work throughout the day which can actually help you to concentrate when you are at your desk.

Get a takeaway

However much you simplify the cooking process, there’s no getting away from the fact that it takes time. So if you have a day where you really need to concentrate on work, there’s always the reliable takeaway to turn to.

There is a wide variety of Indian takeaways, Italian and Chinese from JUST EAT that are tasty, quick and require virtually no effort apart from a short click of the mouse to get them on their way. Giving you the whole night off and keeping your family happy.

Once you’ve starting getting your brood used to fending for themselves, it will free you up to concentrate on your new career, so you can be bringing home the bacon without constant interruptions.

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