I just received an email regarding the Doodlebugs consignment sale. This is an addition to the list I posted previously. I'm so glad I'll be around for this one! I'll consign what I don't sell or have time to tag for CCE.
This week, I'm trying to use ingredients that I have, as the first of the month is always a tight time. I also plan on purchasing things that I NEED that will be on sale and will try to avoid unnecessary items.
I'm trying to get back to following the Flat Belly concept of (4) 400 calorie meals per day, and I plan on exercising at least 3 days this week.
Mini Bagels with Cream Cheese and Pecans
Cereal x 2
Peanut Butter Crunch
Waffles with fruit
Peanut Butter Toast & Yogurt
Yogurt & Cereal Parfaits
Turkey Cranberry Muffin
Apple Snack - Peanut Butter, Apple and Popcorn
Strawberry Chocolate Sundae - Chocolate Chips and Strawberries with Cottage Cheese
Peanut Butter and Apple English Muffin
Grab and Go Snacks from Flat Belly
Choc Pudding with Banana and Graham Crackers
Monday: Tilapia with vegetables
Tuesday: Greek Chicken with yogurt sauce and vegetables
Wednesday: Nachos with meat, sour cream, Madras Lentils (Costco), Onion, Tomato
Thursday: Eggs, Potato Pancakes and Bacon or Chicken Sausages
Friday: Rotisserie Chicken Meal from Publix - Rumored on sale this week
Saturday: Chicken and Guacamole Tostados
Sunday: Hot Dogs and Sweet Potato Fries
Monday: TBD - trying to see if meat goes on sale or eat out
I just came across a great article regarding Back to School and the usual sickness that follows. This article includes health tips regarding hygiene methods to teach your children, and how to keep their immune systems in top shape.
Around our house, we use natural disinfecting products, take supplements and visit the chiropractor regularly to keep our systems balanced. Our son also goes to bed fairly early and I try to keep our family healthy by eliminating preservatives, fillers, hydrogenated oils and corn syrup and increasing the amount of healthy and whole foods that we eat.
There are several ways to teach your children how to prevent illness this coming school year. It's not enough to leave it up to our school system and teachers to keep our children healthy, it is OUR responsibility as parents.
When requested to bring cleaning products, why not try an alternative green product, such as Seventh Generation Disinfecting products. These products are as effective as chemical laden products, but do not produce the smells, chemicals and possible respiratory and topical reactions. Yes, they may be slightly more expensive, but coupons are available, and these items do go on sale. However, the health benefits are far worth the price!