1. Have your veggies chopped and ready to go.
Sometimes the last thing you want to do after a long day of work or classes is spend an hour washing, peeling, and chopping vegetables. So instead, take an hour or two out of one of your more relaxed days and chop up a whole bunch of veggies to use throughout the week. Put them all together in a big container and when it’s time to cook dinner on Wednesday night, all you have to do is find your veggie bucket and throw in a handful or two. If you’re feeling especially lazy, some grocery stores even carry pre-chopped veggies that you can buy.