Meal Planning Monday, April 8th

Happy Monday friends!  I hope everyone had a great weekend!  In keeping with my determination to regain that focus on my health, here's another edition of meal planning Monday.  Being transparent, we attended a wedding this weekend and my eating was not great, I mean, there was cake, pasta, bread...oh my!  I did partake.  What does this mean for me this week?  I will definitely have to make a point to keep an eye on my eating this week.  

So, the question on everyone's mind, what's for dinner this week?  I have the following on our list for this week:

Lazy Man Lasagna, Meatloaf and Mashed potatoes, bean and cheese enchiladas (or they may be burritos, I haven't decided yet), Pizza Bubble-Up Casserole, Burgers and Fries an Chicken Caesar Salad.  

Lunches will likely be turkey wraps or salads.  I have been enjoying "eggs in a basket" this past week.  I think if I continue that, I will add some fruit to it this week.

While we were at the wedding reception, I really enjoyed the fruit infused water. It has strawberries, blueberries, oranges, lime and lemon to infuse the water with a refreshing bit of sweetness.  I think I may try that for a nice change of pace this week.

My official weigh-in definitely is heading in the right direction.  I was 1.6 pounds down this week putting me at 178.  This puts me 2.4 pounds away from my most recent low.  My focus is to hit that mark and keep on moving.  This puts me at 43 pounds away from my goal.  If I lose 1 pound a week, I will hit 38 pounds by the end of the year.  I am really trying to move more along with my healthier eating.  My goal going into the week is to workout at least 30 minutes 4 days a week.  I want to start adding some strength training in as well, but I need to make sure my back is in good alignment before I start lifting weights again.  I am feeling excited about the week.  Hope everyone has a fantastic day! 


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