What’s the Steve Jobs rule?
It’s a concept I learned in the nutrition part of my Health Coaching certificate.
The idea is that Jobs wore the same clothes every day.
Because it reduced the number of decisions he had to make.
And freed up his creativity for other things.
This can be applied to food as well.
In class we were encouraged to write down our go-to meals.
To apply the Steve Jobs treatment to nutrition.
I love this simple approach.
So today I thought I’d share my ‘Steve Jobs’ go-to meals:
GO-TO BREAKFAST: Black coffee.
I practice intermittent fasting so breakfast is super simple for me.
The same thing every day. I love it!
GO-TO LUNCH: An Abundance Bowl.
I’ve written about them over here.
Basically I create a beautiful bowl of food by combining vegetables, protein (usually poached eggs or sardines) and a delicious sauce (usually mayo, pesto or tahini).
GO-TO SNACK: Seeds & Yoghurt
Basically I soak a tablespoon each of chia seeds and linseeds (flax) in 3-4 tablespoons water for 30 minutes or longer.
I then serve with home made yoghurt and a little almond butter, peanut butter, pumpkin seeds or nuts.
GO TO DINNER: Whatever is on my Meal Plan.
This year I’ve been using my done-for-you Simple Meal Plans.
Dinner is different all the time.
It might be a nice piece of fish and salad, an omelette, a stir fry, meatballs, a big bowl of soup, a curry, a fast roast…
So many options.
Without lots of thought!
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Have fun in the kitchen!