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Sunday Meal Plan Dec 6- 12

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

I have officially finished Christmas shopping! OK that's not quite the truth, I need to find a few more things for my SO, but other than that I am done. Now I just need to wrap what I got. It was a quiet week last week, with a pretty good storm Monday through to Wednesday. Every year I dislike snow more and more. I guess it wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't constantly accompanied by ice. 

All this snow makes me want to hibernate, but I've been pushing myself to work out every day. I never thought I'd enjoy working out, but that rush you feel after a good sweaty 30 minute workout, is indescribable. It was a bit of a struggle fitting it in near the middle of the week, since I had several baking orders to work on, but I took the time to care for myself. SO important!

I will be completely honest and say that I only made 2 of the dinners I had planned last week. Wednesday to Friday were exhausting, so there was a lot of sandwiches and breakfast for dinner happening. Here is my plan for this week. Hopefully I can stick to it LOL

  • Roast Chicken Breast with mashed potatoes and spinach salad
  • Crock Pot Ham and Beans with cornbread
  • Pulled Pork with Broccoli Slaw
  • leftovers (clean out the fridge night)
  • Homemade pizza and chef salad


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