We are not alone…. small households are the majority!
Do you feel like you are the only person who cooks for themselves?
…as most of my friends are couples or families it felt as if I was the only one who cook just for Me.
That was until I saw the census data a few years ago and discovered that a significant number of Australian households were ‘lone person’ household.
In the 2016 that figure is now 24.4%. That’s nearly 1 in 4 household are like me, cooking and baking for themselves. I’m not alone.
In 2016 the average household size is 2.6 person decreased from 2.8. The average household size is getting smaller with one or two persons household making up the majority of households.
So why is it that food is alway in family size pack, and recipes are for 4 or 6 servers!
I’m tired of food always being about others and the many… why can’t it be about what I like, need and want?
Why can’t the focus be on ME size.
I don’t see this as selfish and uncaring. I see it as showing love and valuing ME.
After all if I don’t look after ME who will? But is still doesn’t seem to be a topic to talk about .. I cook for just me. conversations are about cooking for family and sharing with others. which for me is fine every so often but not on most week night!
I’ve decided to stop hiding as a household of one and shout from the rooftops that it’s ok to be a ‘lone person’ household and that my needs are important and I am looking after them.
That’s why I’ve created my recipes and videos in the just4Me Bake Club. Why I’m working on more recipes for cookingjust4Me and convinced Thermomix they need the cooking for you and me book.
I’m a just4ME baker and cook ’cause the ME matters!
How do you feel about just4Me household management?
What are your strategies and tips for dealing with the world of supersize?
I’d love to hear your views.