With the New Year comes new resolutions! Every year, mine is to drop the weight I gained the year before and get healthy. This year is no different.
anything up at all during the week, make sure they are BPA free, microwave and
dishwasher safe. It’s helpful to have similar sizes that can stack. Obviously I’m
using the cutesy colored ones from the fix program, but since I’m prepping for
a few days, I have to have extras to store and use the colored ones for
measuring. I recommend these.
Pinterest your recipes, plan your snacks, etc. Make a list of all the
ingredients and then make a separate list for those you don’t currently
possess. This becomes your shopping list. Ta-Da!
you will need for the week. The 21-Day Fix has awesome tally sheets, but it’s
very easy to create your own specific to your plan. Keep them on your fridge so
you can check things off as you go.
your proteins- cook your turkey, bake your chicken, boil your eggs, etc. If you’re
like me, the odds of cooking anything on the week nights are slim to none so
get any major cooking out of the way early.
too early. For example, if you slice your apples on Sunday, odds are they will
be brown before Thursday…or Monday afternoon. Be prepared to spend an hour or
so each night packing and preparing for the next day. This applies mainly to
fruits and veggies.
later in the week. For example, you can marinate your chicken breasts and then
put them in a Ziploc bag in the freezer until you are ready to cook them.
meals on Sunday, then at least prep them and put them in the crock pot while
you are at work to save some free time.