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Adventures In Health (Volume 2)

8 Feb

One of my New Year’s Goals this year was to finally start eating better. I am a junk food junkie and probably always will be, but I know I need to make a more conscience effort to add some healthy foods to the mix.

I’ve been working really hard to make sure there are fresh veggies in the fridge. To make it more likely that I’ll actually eat them, I try and do some prep work ahead of time. I cut up my peppers and cucumbers to make them grab and go items. All my veggies hangout on the same shelf in the fridge so they don’t get lost, again to make them grab and go. Can you tell I need all the help I can get?

Lunch is the hardest meal for me, it’s the meal that I’m most likely to graze and/or eat crap.

Trying to come up with something quick, easy AND good for me has been a challenge. Today I found a winner…The rice bowl.

I boiled up a few servings of whole grain, brown rice and separated it into serving sizes taking advantage of my extensive Tupperware supply. All I have to do is reach in the fridge and grab a bowl of rice. How easy is that? To that I add the good stuff…The veggies. I keep the basics on hand these days, carrots, peppers, cucumbers, and cherry tomatoes. I sliced up a few and tossed them in the bowl of rice. To that I added some kidney beans and topped it off with some soy sauce.

My rice bowls waiting for another day

In less than ten minutes I made a low calorie lunch that was pretty decent in the nutrition department. Since I get bored easily, this is a great option since I can change it up by adding different veggies and using different sauces. I can’t wait to use the veggies from The Mommyland Farm this summer!

I like that my rice bowl has less calories and sodium than the frozen food version. It’s also A LOT cheaper to make these at home than to buy them at the store, double bonus!

It was tasty and it filled me up too. More importantly, it was fast. It wasn’t until I scarfed it all down that I realized I should have taken a picture of the yumminess. Sorry.

Do you do prep work ahead of time to make mealtime a little less work? How about lunch, how do you get in a healthy meal in the middle of your day? Do you have any suggestions for quick, healthy lunches? Please share.


Tupperware Product Spotlight: Volume 3.0

14 Dec

Hello. I thought since the holidays are REALLY right around the corner now, I’d give you last minute gift buyers some great gift ideas from Tupperware. Since we’re all trying to stretch our gift giving dollar this year, (or at least I am) here are some great gifts at $30 or less. 
Spend $75 or more and get the entire One Touch Reminder Canister Set for just $19.50 (that’s $20 off the regular price). I just got a set of my own in the Brilliant Blue and I LOVE them. My pantry already looks a little more organized and now all my baking supplies will stay fresh while waiting for me to get that urge to bake again. 
The Fast Quench bottle at the bottom of the flyer make great teacher gifts. Fill them with candy or make Sand Art Brownies in them and your child has a unique gift to give to his or her teacher. You’re also giving the gift of green since they can save money not buying bottled water AND they can help save the planet from all those plastic bottles. 
Find all these gift ideas, and much more HERE. Hurry, time is running out to receive your order before Christmas. 
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