Aim for Progress, Not Perfection

Written by Sheri Goodman Graham

On June 3, 2019

It’s easy to be passionate about health and try to do it perfectly all at once. Just remember, consistency is key and perfection isn’t the goal – progress is.

Progress means you’re being aware and making whole food choices as much as you can. That doesn’t mean you have to start making everything from scratch all at once. Most of us don’t have time for that!

While I’m willing to cook my quinoa, beans, or oatmeal in a Insta Pot to save money and time, I’m not willing to soak almonds and make almond milk every two or three days.

So, I opt for buying foods like unsweetened almond milk, raw vegan protein powder, and packaged ground flax and chia instead of grinding my own.

The point is, do what you can with what time you have and be aware of how much items cost to save even further.

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