While I'm nowhere near the end of this process, I do think it's good to look back to see progress and learn from mistakes.
Such a well-rounded dish! It has protein, carbs, fat; you can eat it for any meal; it's easy to see when it's done; it's relatively inexpensive; and once you have a "base recipe", the options are endless.
I've been working really hard at the gym and I'm still watching my calories! I am attending the gym six days/week without fail which has been really positive and I am recording every bit of food which passes my lips!
All safe, quick things to eat that won't compromise my eating. I am sorry that I won't get to share a meal plan with you this week, but I did make some awesome Skinny Pad Thai tonight and I'll leave that recipe below.
The media is telling us it's time to kick all of our nasty habits, lose weight, change careers, and empty our homes in a bid to be "minimalist"--whatever that means.
You can't give up a lifetime of eating for pleasure in two weeks.
And as with last week, I'm only putting breakfast, my am snack, and lunch on Monday because they're the same every day.