Menu Plan Monday: Week Three - All The Carbs

March 30, 2020


Week Three Formula: PMS + being "safe at home" (silver lining right) + nothing but rain and clouds for a few days = ultimate storm for emo-eating.

Right now, I am going to give my body and brain what it craves. With some veggies thrown in just to keep things moving. And these Bulletproof gels. I've been taking them for a week now, maybe two...
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After a week, I can't give a definitive answer as to whether they are working for me or not. Have any of you tried them?

Menu Plan Monday: Week Two - No Cannibalism Yet

March 23, 2020

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So, here we are in Week 2 and I really should not be complaining. We have it relatively easy here in Massachusetts compared to other states and countries (as of Monday 3/23/2020 morning when I wrote this, who knows what it will be like tonight).

Menu Plan Monday: Isolation - Week One

March 18, 2020
The times we live in ...

This morning, I am already fighting outside induced boredom (so much nicer when I impose it on myself) and made some banana bread. Comfort food - FTW. 
Paleo Banana Bread with Sunflower seed butter - allergen free


Menu Plan Monday: Whole Foods is a Zoo

February 24, 2020
This week I decided to be brave and go to Whole Foods myself instead of having someone else do it. On a Sunday. I thought I had self-control and all that.

The fact that 90% of the people in Whole Foods were shopping for other people made it a lot easier, a person couldn't even walk through the aisles! I had to keep parking my cart and maneuvering down aisles trying to find the things on my list. Bonus, I wasn't familiar with the layout, so it was most definitely not an efficient trip.
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Menu Plan Monday: A Return to Clean Eating

January 20, 2020
A plate of a veggie kabob

It’s January, and you know what that means. Whole 30. I won’t bore you. My attitude towards it hasn’t changed, though, to be perfectly honest, I think I have deviated away enough from clean eating that I am feeling the difference now.

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