This sounds simple, but when the week gets busy, this step can be easy to overlook. During the weekend it’s always better to stock up on all of the staple items that you need for the week. Think about what you want to eat for breakfast during the week - maybe it’s fresh fruit, a simple bowl of cereal, oatmeal, yogurt, or muffins. Whatever it is, pick up everything you need before the week gets rolling. There’s a good chance you’ll eat a better breakfast when you have the things you want to eat on hand.
This one simple step makes all the difference in the world. If your mornings are a precious commodity, this will help make your routine easier, when your favourite food are prepped and ready to eat. Keep breakfast foods easy and convenient. For you, maybe this means cutting up fruit, prepping smoothie ingredients, or leaving the bowls, spoons and boxes of cereal ready to go on the kitchen table.
When food is prepped, prepared, and pretty much at your finger tips it’s a lot more likely you’ll end up eating a better breakfast.
Don’t stop at make ahead breakfasts; also make them ready to go. Again, convenience is the name of the game in the morning. The less work you have to do, the better. If you have time make a week’s worth food on Sunday night and then portion them into individual-size containers (along with toppings!). In the morning all you have to do is reach in the fridge and grab it as you are running out the door for work.