1. Plan ahead and stick to a routine
Plan out your meals for the week, write up a shopping list and stick to the list when you're at the supermarket.
When prepping meals, you don't have to make it a huge meal prep either; one simple option is to cook a larger batch for dinner, so you have enough for lunch the next day.
Think about making better food choices, e.g. sub out white rice for brown rice, choose fruit or nuts for snacks over refined products.
2. Make it easy
Remove any temptations you may have lying around, and ensure you're stocked up with plenty of nutritious foods (fruits, veggies, whole grains, good quality protein sources) instead.
You could position low-quality, highly-processed foods towards the back of the cupboard and fridge and nutrient-dense foods at the front, so you naturally reach for what's in front.
Keep plenty of good quality snack options on hand; this will help keep you feeling satisfied between meals and ensure you never get to a point too far beyond hunger that pushes you into overeating.
3. Get creative and have fun with it
With a little extra time on our hands, this could be the perfect opportunity to try out a new recipe, build or expand on your cooking skills.
You could utilise this time to revamp your go-to meals or try out things you've never tried or considered trying before.
Look at different ways you can get creative with your meals, so you have a whole new element that brings excitement to the table.