If you're still trying to do "more" in regards to your nutrition habits, you need to start asking this ONE question regularly:
How can I be more efficient?
It's the first question I ask my clients to consider after they implement their meal planning system, and we keep asking until food planning, acquisition and prep is so automated they don't even have to think about it much anymore.
Here are some top efficiency hacks:
USE A MEAL PREP COMPANY FOR 1-2 MEALS/DAY
There's this weird mentality that being serious about your nutrition means you need to start prepping all your meals every day. If you currently cook 0-1 meals daily...good luck with that shift. It's doable (ish?), but I'm not into setting my clients up for failure. Use the Google and justify the investment by knowing you’re not just paying for the food, you’re paying for the time it would take you to acquire & prep the food. It can just be temporary to get you some momentum
Meatballs are insanely easy to batch prep, add variety to your meal and consistently taste delicious because they’re tough to screw up. Add to brown rice pasta, crumble into a big ass salad or throw it on the side with veggies.
HIT UP A GROCERY DELIVERY SERVICE
$99 paid annually can get your groceries delivered to your door within 2 hours for free #blessed. Whatever option you have available (Instacart, Prime Now, etc.), and most offer promo codes or discounts for first time users.
KEEP SPICES & DRESSINGS ON HAND TO ADD "VARIATION"
Don’t worry about having a ton of different spices, just keep favorite mixes on hand (Flavorgod, Trader Joe's, Primal Palate make awesome ones). And whip up a couple different dressing options you can make in bulk (think olive oil based) that you can drizzle onto your meals.
Greek Avocado Dip
Here's the thing though, real progress is only found in the DOING. You'll get all that and more in the Self Guided Formula.