Instead, here’s my own personal list of practical tips: 1) Train your kids/spouse/dog to put their dishes in the empty dishwasher, not the sink. 2) Ignore the time-sucking rabbit hole of unrealistic self-improvement articles. 3) Purchase a jar of Tajín.
Found in the spice aisle of major grocery stores, and front and center in Mexican supermarkets, Tajín is a delightful blend of chile peppers, salt and dehydrated lime juice. It adds salty-sweet heat to everything from meat to margaritas to melon. And it is the star of my time-saving salmon and Brussels sprouts meal.