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Sunday Meal Plan Nov 8-14

Meal Planning is a great way to save time and money every week!

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Happy Sunday!! The weather here this week has been absolutely amazing. Friday, I took the time to head down by the lakefront with my bestie and we ended up walking almost 7kms around the lake. I will miss doing these walks when the snow comes!

This week has been pretty quiet. The kids are doing well with online learning (SO HAPPY) and I just kept busy with housework, work outs and working on my blog. Yesterday my SO and I snuck away to the cottage for the night and it was a wonderful much needed getaway!


We got quite a bit accomplished at the cottage this weekend. We cut down a dead tree and stored the wood for indoor heating this winter. I also spent 2 hrs raking all the leaves and pine needles that had fallen, in hopes of giving the grass a better chance at growth next Spring. Now that the crowds have dispersed, the wild life took the opportunity to come closer to civilisation. We saw a pair of doe on our road. So beautiful!!

This upcoming week will be a quiet one as well. I've been trying to do a bit of online shopping for Christmas (mostly for my daughter who is obsessed with the Kpop craze and BTS). I've found some awesome deals on some items I'm pretty sure she'll love.

Here is my plan for dinner this week

  • frozen pizza and salad (quick and easy after a night at the cottage and perfect for football)
  • Crock Pot Lasagna with roast asparagus
  • Old fashion tomato noodle soup with biscuits
  • Roast chicken, potatoes and mixed veggies
  • Chicken and Bacon Puff Pastry Pie
  • leftover night (Fridge clean out!)
  • Cheese Enchiladas with guacamole and nachos
I am sharing my post over at Menu Plan Monday

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