Upgrading Android without doing a full wipe every time

So, Google will be pushing out monthly OTA updates and sicnce i have rooted my Nexus 5 (using Android 5.1.1) i'm wondering if there's any way i can install OTA-s (when i get notification in the status bar) without doing a full wipe on my phone (i was using Nexus Root Toolkit for this, but it wipes everything). Obviously, i don't wanna be doing that every month, since it takes time to install all the programs back on the phone and copy everything (pictures, music, ....) back on the phone.

Is there any way i can maybe unroot the device, install OTA and root it again? Without losing any data? Or even better, install OTA and keep root? Or is it possible to flash a .zip file that will do that (update Android to the latest one without wiping everything)?

What is the best way and easiest to update my phone every month? Obviously i want to have Root.

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