You’ve got more lunchbox lids than you care to count, your kitchen shelves are groaning with cookbooks and your fridge is filled with on-the-turn veg. And yet, you can’t think of a single thing to cook. Enter: meal prep. Planning your meals in advance is associated with good nutrition, with those who do it regularly more likely to be a healthy weight. But knowing what you’re going to eat in advance can also support your emotional wellbeing. It’s a statement of intent about the kind of week you want to have; a way of freeing up time and headspace for all the things you would rather be doing. Don’t know where to start? We’ve got you. Packed with brilliant batch-cook ideas and one-pot recipes alongside a weekly diary to plan your meals, this journal is guaranteed to change the way you eat.