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Help From My Friends (3 Tips for Easy Meals)

Whether you have kids or not, whether they live at home or not, we all lead crazy lives and seem to be getting busier and busier with each passing day.

Work, practices, games, exercise, friends, family, parties, pets, WHATEVER!

We all need to do our best to make what we can easier for ourselves.

So in this edition, I will share with you some top tips that I have received from our Strive2Move family to make meal time a breeze!

1 – Meal prep! Whenever possible, cook meals in bulk and refrigerate/freeze for use during the week. You can roast massive amounts of veggies on Sunday for the week, make soup or sauce or gravy, or even individually package lunches to take to work or for the kids at school.

2 – Press and Seal wraps are great to keep sandwiches fresh for a few days in the fridge.

Yes, really! As long as you don’t use heavy amounts of condiments or dressing to make the bread soggy, it is an amazing invention!

3 – There are many great recipe sites on Social Media, and a fan favorite on Instagram is @buzzfeedtasty

Not only are most of the recipes easy and quick, but watching the videos on how to prepare them makes the process even more fun!

It makes me so happy to know that here at Strive2Move we not only help our clients get back to doing what they love, but we all help one another in our daily lives.

One last thing – I encourage everyone out there to take the time to do what we should all do more of – which is helping one another. Lend an ear, a shoulder, a hand…you never know what struggles someone may be dealing with and it’s nice to just be NICE.

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Justin Rabinowitz

Dr. Justin Rabinowitz is one of New Jersey’s Leading Chiropractors and Strength and Conditioning Specialists.

Dr. Justin graduated with his Doctorate from New York Chiropractic College in 2012 and received his designation at a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist soon after. Upon graduation, Dr. Justin worked in a private practice until opening his own private practice in 2015.

Dr. Justin has worked with high level athletes in many settings including Rutgers University and CrossFit Regional Games. During his time in private practice, he has focused on caring for patients from professional athletes all the way to Fit Moms and Dads.

Dr. Justin is an avid sports fan and enjoys playing tennis and weight training.