Keep your pantry stocked.
Utilize batch cooking.
Make a list of pantry staples.
Use a Crockpot.
Search the Internet.
If you are married or have a family, delegate the chores by making a chore list or having each person have certain daily duties. They can be as simple as clearing the table and doing the dishes, to helping pick up the house before bedtime. Each person that helps, only gives you more time for what YOU want time for. Saving Time On: All kitchen duties, which means more time for you.
Do the dishes as needed.
Do not let piles collect. As piles and dishes begin, put an end to it! Saving Time On: Long spells of having to do the dishes.
Make lunches for the week at the beginning of the week.
Instead of waking up each morning and making lunches for your family every morning, at the beginning of the week, divide food into snack-sized bags so that you can grab and pack. Saving Time On: Making lunches in the morning, taking out individual foods, the stress of wondering what to pack.
Now that you are saving time in the kitchen, you now have more time to spend on the things that matter even more to you!