It’s important to remember to not get overwhelmed when you are a beginner. Too often people get bogged down in details when sticking to the basics will do more good.
Don’t try to incorporate too many new things at once. For example, don’t try meal prepping with all new healthy recipes. Start prepping with recipes you already know. When you feel comfortable, add more.
I see clients go on ‘health-kicks’ all the time, and what happens? They lose their gusto pretty quickly because they add too many new things at once. They start a salad-only diet, going to the gym, running, yoga, etc — all in the first week.
It doesn’t work like that. You have to start small. Same goes for Meal Prepping!