Does Meal Prep Count As Therapy?

I keep my self-care in the crisper.

Photo by Brooke Lark on Unsplash

I’m not sure I should like chopping tomatoes this much. I view marinating chicken as a hobby and maybe that’s odd, too. Call it a coping skill, a method of relaxation, but cooking large-batch lunches for the week ahead to the sounds of middle-aged-man jazz makes me feel better afterward than I did before. We self soothe in our own ways, I guess.

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