it’s meal plan monday! i try to meal plan every saturday (i used to meal plan on sundays but now my groceries are delivered on sundays!) & do my best to stick to the plan i create. it helps keep me on a schedule and let’s me start my week off on the right foot. I share those plans with you guys on mondays, in short and sweet posts– with links to recipes when applicable.
so let’s get down to it!
oh & in case you’re wondering – this is the meal planning pad i use!
SUNDAY | Eating out @ Just Salad
MONDAY | Travel –> Try this Chicken Burrito Skillet
TUESDAY | Travel –> Try this roasted Chicken Soup
WEDNESDAY | Salad Kit (Earthbound Farms)
THURSDAY | Garlic Asian Drumsticks (coming soon)
FRIDAY | Salad –> Try this AMAZING Salad
SATURDAY | Broccoli + Carrot + Chicken Thigh Bowl
This week was pretty much a dud meal planning wise which is why i gave you suggestions for the days i was in D.C. for work. the days that i did have a plan were either super simple things that haven’t made it to the blog yet or we ate out because i didn’t get to meal prepppp because of my travel. i’ve also been LOVING the earthbound farms salad kits i buy from freshdirect. SO CONVENIENT.
side note: if you’re here because you’re looking for healthy meal ideas && you’re curious about the nutrition plan i follow, please hop on over here and fill out these quick questions && i’d love to help you! 💕
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