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I used to be so good at planning a menu and cooking healthy, viagra sale homemade meals for my family. But for some reason for the past six months or so, prescription I’ve lost my way. Maybe it’s the new baby or the new job. More than likely, it’s just pure laziness. Regardless, I decided today to get back on track. So I decided that I would do meal planning / prepping. I ordered the 21 Day Fix [affiliate link] plan from an infomercial that I saw this morning. It includes the meal planning tools (including color-coded portion control containers) and several workout DVDs.
Unable to wait the 3-5 days for the package to ship to me, I got on Pinterest this afternoon and searched for 21 Day Fix [affiliate link] plans and recipes. I found enough to get the gist of the plan and the portion sizes and then put together this 3-day meal plan (all days are basically the same):
Breakfast: 4 oz. unsweetened almond milk plus 4 oz. water
Thrive Lifestyle Mix (The 21 Day Fix uses Shakeology, but I replaced it with Thrive since I already have and love it.)
Snack: 7 baby carrots
Lunch: 1 cup romaine lettuce
1 can water-packed tuna with lemon juice, olive oil and Dijon mustard
1/2 cup brown rice
Dinner: 1 meatloaf muffin
1 cup salad with 2 tsp olive oil dressing
Snack: 1 cup frozen Greek yogurt
Hopefully I’ll like the convenience of this during the week. And soon my 21 Day Fix [affiliate link] stuff will be here, so I can learn more. I’m excited about what’s ahead!