Workouts 1/20-1/26 and Meal Plan 1/27-2/2

This week was the longest short week ever. The week started out with a relaxing day off, but as the week progressed I became increasingly burnt out. This weekend I took some to rest, relax and recharge so hopefully this week will be less of a killer for me!

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Workout wise, I felt ok. I got several workouts in but as always, wish I could’ve done more. I think this is always the case though.

My new “prep everything on Sunday” strategy is working really well! It’s tedious to cook for 2-3 hours each Sunday, but it is totally worth it during the week. This week I’m craving some comfort food to help carry me through the cold and wet weather.

Here’s this week’s meal plan:

Breakfast
How Sweet Eat‘s Whole Wheat Peanut Butter Muffins
Hard Boiled Eggs

Lunch
Rachel Wilkerson‘s Lasagna Soup and Caesar Salads
Leftovers

Snacks
Fruit, mini popcorn bags (of course)

Dinner
Sunday: The Gracious Pantry‘s Clean Sloppy Joe‘s
Friday: Whole Wheat Pizza
Saturday: Dinner at our friends’
During the week: The Gracious Pantry‘s Clean Eating Curry Chicken

Sunday Meal Prep
-Make Muffins
-Hard Boil Eggs
-Make Soup
-Assemble Salads in Ball jars
-Cook Chicken in crock pot
-Make brown rice in the rice cooker
-Roast Carrots as sides for meals
-Make pizza dough
-Make Sloppy Joe’s

What’s your plan for this week? Any fun workouts planned? Prepping any food for the week today?

Comments

  1. I like the idea of prepping food on Sundays (because I always love cooking!), I just don’t do it very often. I’m not very good at planning meals ahead, so the most I ever do in advance is a day or two’s worth.

    And though I know the feeling of thinking I could do more exercise, you did have 5 work-outs for the week!

    • I know! I think I need to change my attitude on that!

      I love prepping my meals. It makes the week soooo much easier!

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