Menu Plan-8

Investing less than 30 minutes per week to plan out our meals has made life easier for me. This way I only have to think once about dinner for the week. Each night as I close the kitchen, I look at my plan to see if I should take anything out of the freezer. When it comes time to cook I just walk into the kitchen and start cooking.

Here is what’s for dinner this week:

Leftover soup

Lentil Burritos (from freezer)

BLT Sandwiches, potato chips

Spaghetti (sauce from freezer)

Dinners out on long weekend away.

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3 Reasons Why MLM Is Right For Me

This is the third in a series of posts. See part 1 and part 2 here.

MLM which is short for Multilevel Marketing is not for everyone.

Some people cannot wrap their minds around the idea of anything other than traditional marketing.

A lot of people are happy with their jobs and finances and see no reason to look elsewhere.

I however am enamored with the idea of MLM and here are three reasons why.

Reason 1: I am often called “the idea girl”. Many times in my work a day world I have suggested ideas that were beneficial to an employer.

Of course I have never been directly compensated for any of them.

I would like my ideas to directly benefit me financially.

Reason 2: In MLM I get to decide how much money I earn.

My income is not capped by what my job is worth in the marketplace.

Reason 3: I really like setting my own calendar.

I am a hard worker but like the freedom to work on my own terms.

What about you?

Do any of these reasons tug at something inside of you?

Start a conversation by leaving a comment.

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Menu Plan-7

Investing less than 30 minutes per week to plan out our meals has made life easier for me. This way I only have to think once about dinner for the week. Each night as I close the kitchen, I look at my plan to see if I should take anything out of the freezer. When it comes time to cook I just walk into the kitchen and start cooking.

Here is what’s for dinner this week:

Spaghetti

Lentil Burritos

Black Bean Pasta Salad

Chicken and Corn Chowder

Homemade Pepperoni Pizza

Omelets.

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The Body Of An 80 Year Old

In the first part of this series I talked about how A Freight Train Ran Over My Health.

Recently, I had another physical therapy appointment for my prolapsed organs.

Therapy seems to be going well, as I feel like I am getting stronger.

Or so I thought…

Until the physical therapist told me I moved like her 80 year old patients. She also said that my core is like a “black hole” without any strength. No wonder I take so long to do anything!

Thankfully, she does not think I am hopeless and to prove her support she gave me 3 additional exercises. Of course these are on top of what I am already doing and will take an extra 15 to 30 minutes every day.

I am so thankful for physical therapists who devote their professional lives to those of us who have “girl troubles”.

What do you think?

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 This is the second post in this series.

See part one here.

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Menu Plan-6

Investing less than 30 minutes per week to plan out our meals has made life easier for me. This way I only have to think once about dinner for the week. Each night as I close the kitchen, I look at my plan to see if I should take anything out of the freezer. When it comes time to cook I just walk into the kitchen and start cooking.

Here is what’s for dinner this week:

Hamburgers, roasted potatoes

Black bean quinoa bake, corn muffins

Baked beans, corn on the cob, biscuits

Red bean and rice salad, corn muffin

BLT sandwiches, leftover roasted potatoes

Blueberry buttermilk pancakes, bacon and fruit

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