Meal Plan Monday + week plans 

November 14, 2016

Boiled eggs, burritos, oatmeal, eggs, and misc fruits- breakfast 

Lunch- chicken that was grilled Sunday night with a veggie

Dinners: 

Monday- chicken salad 

Tuesday- shrimp pad Thai   I just do brown rice noodles with whatever veggies I have on hand, broiled shrimp, and a jar of pad Thai sauce.

Wednesday- Enchiladas with cilantro rice. I’m going to make a double batch to have next week 

Thursday- pizza for the kids and chicken and veggies for parents 

Friday- leftovers 

I kicked off the week with work out class, and grabbing my groceries through Kroger’s click list. I got a friend tip about Hobby Lobby having 80% fall decor! So, I ran over and got a bunch of DARLING decorations for Thanksgiving. I also took advantage of their 50% Christmas crafts for my bonus kids this week.   I babysit for a friend once or twice a week, and love to activities on hand for them to do and take home.

This week I’m hoping to hit 6:00 am work out classes as often as I can.  It’s the best way to start my day with a little morning devotional to and from the gym and a 45-55 minutes long class. I’ve found I am a million times more consistent with my exercise when I make a schedule at the start of the week. I also like to keep my meals simple for breakfast and lunch. 

I’m still working my way though Gilmore Girls.  I’m hoping to watch all the episodes before the revival comes out!  I’m so excited about it. 

As for my exciting plans- my book. It will be available to add to your Christmas list. That’s so fun, scary, and exciting. Mostly scary.  I can’t believe some of the things I share.  I’m asking for continued prayers as I work to release my e book!! 

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