I, like so many of you, consider my time to be a precious commodity, and I am running against a crazy schedule like anyone else - complete with a full-time job, my business, and a lot of travel for both!
So I learned to keep my meal prep to 90 minutes or less, by prepping in an order that leverages cooking times and prioritizes the things that are hardest to get done in a crunch mid-week.
I’ll never forget the day I found out I wasn’t supposed to have fruit after noon. (No - this isn’t a real rule. It was just a thing on some diet I was on.)
It was also the day I quit this diet. And did something SO MUCH BETTER in it's place!
Stress eating is the ultimate double-whammy: not only does your stress SUCK, but then you carry the guilt - and heavy stomach - from the pizza or ice cream or chocolate cake binge that you used to make it through (speaking from experience here - *wipes hot fudge off her face*).
But we can break the chain.
Going out on the town, hanging with friends, and entertaining ourselves can be some of the best times of our lives! So it totally SUCKS when we have to feel like its also a huge source of bad eating habits.
Let's not let the best times feel like bad times, what do you say? Here's some ideas to keep on track during an impromptu night away.
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