Welcome to a new blog post series about teacher life hacks. According to Google, a life hack is “a strategy or technique adopted in order to manage one’s time and daily activities in a more efficient way.” These weekly blog posts will hopefully provide you with an idea or strategy to make your life less stressed and more organized.
The slow cooker is the most genius cooking tool. On Sundays, I prepare mine and my husband’s lunch in two different slow cookers. I let it cook all day Sunday, and have it finish just after dinner. Then I portion it out into daily servings. If I am really ambitious, I clean the slower cooker and set it overnight to make one or two dinners for the week ahead. This saves me time during the week making lunches in the morning. We both have long commutes, so any task that can be done the night before is important.
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