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A day in the life........healthy meals from a busy mom.

Kelly Woolfe

So you've heard me talk about the containers I use that make eating healthy, in the correct portion sizes, super simple and easy. And, you've heard me talk about clean eating, too. But if you've ever wondered what exactly I eat, then now is your chance to see! This is a typical "day in the life of a busy mom" eating plan. We are busy and on the go ALL the time, so if I am going to stay on track (we're not about to hit up the drive thru when we can prep a quick, healthy, and yummy meal), it requires a quick bit of planning ahead and packing a meal on the go when we are spending our evenings and weekends at kids' practices and games.

The good news is that I keep it super simple. Honestly, I couldn't roll any other way than simple. Our lives are too busy right now for any kind of elaborate planning and prepping. So that means, if I can do it, you can do it!

So, are you ready to see what a day in the life of my eating plan looks like as a busy mom of 4? (and if you also use the container system, container counts to go along with it!)

Breakfast: Slice of Ezekiel bread with almond butter (or even better, Nuttzo) - 1 yellow, 4 tsp
Snack: Shakeology (this was Chocolate Vegan with water, ice, oats, and a splash of vanilla extract) - 1 red, 1 yellow
Lunch:  Spiralized squash with chicken meatballs and marinara - 1 red, 1 green, 1 purple
Snack: Greek yogurt with strawberries - 1 red, 1 purple
Snack: Freeze dried grapes - 1 purple
Dinner: Chicken, quinoa and broccoli casserole with cheese, along with a green salad - 1 red, 1 yellow, 1 green, 1 blue, plus an additional 2 green for the salad, along with 1 orange for salad dressing

It really can be this simple and easy. I enjoy the simplicity of the food and the prep, and at this point in our lives, the less effort and time spent, the better. It really CAN be done.

I know you can do it, too. But if you need help or have questions about getting your nutrition plan in line and sorted out, feel free to give me a shout, and I can walk you through some things!

Don't forget that my April fitness and nutrition accountability group has begun!
If you are looking for a simple and effective way to get started, WITH support and accountability to keep you on track and moving towards your goals, then this is for you.
Please contact me below for more details.