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March 4, 2019

Intentions for the Week:

Looking to get your head in the game? Tracy from Shutterbean makes a weekly TO DO LIST called her Intentions for the Week. Here's what this week looks like:

Happy Monday, friends!

We are the 10th week of 2019. It’s the first full week of March too. Wahoo!  The light is changing in the mornings out here in California. Are you feeling it where you are too?  Friendly reminder that we’re going to lose an hour with daylight savings this weekend. Spring is on its way around here!   I’m looking forward to March although Mercury will be in retrograde for most of it so it should be a wildly (annoying) time!  I mean it is, if you believe in that sort of thing. Which I do….

Over the weekend we had basketball and we did a bunch of work. We got to see my Dad and I was able to do some meal prep for the week!

I cleaned out the fridge like I always do on Sundays and this is what I came up with:

Shutterbean Meal Prep #shutterbeanmealprep by Tracy Benjamin

This week’s Meal Prep Includes:

I hadn’t meal prepped in two weeks and it was really throwing everything off. I’m glad we’re entering the week with some good food options. This should get us through a few meals.

If you need some dinner ideas, here are some

Dinner Ideas for your week:

 

Ok! Let’s talk intentions. Here’s what I intend to do this week.

 

Intentions for the Week:

  • laundry
  • post Currently February wrap up in my  Currently workbook
  • have a date with the calendar
  • grocery shop
  • celebrate Casey’s birthday/make his favorite meal & cake
  • trip to Target/pick up RX
  • package up food journal batch. THANK YOU for your orders this weekend! WOW!
  • trip to post office*
  • call doc
  • clean out car
  • paint nails
  • do a facemask
  • eat more salads/greens in general
  • drink water- this bottle is helping me!
  • track what I eat in food journal
  • wear my FitBit and track steps
  • keep organized with my bullet journal
  • pull cards and work in sketchbook
  • carve out time for brainstorming
  • make chicken piccata
  • make a new recipe for the blog
  • dinner with friends
  • figure out logistics of handwriting workshop for the school auction
  • promote Photography Class in Santa Fe (a few spots left!)
  • work in the garden/get more soil
  • exercise 3 times this week
  • replace microwave light
  • work on taxes/bookkeeping
  • catch up on social media
  • try to delete some photos on the phone
  • prep for baseball
  • think about what spring cleaning I’d like to get done around the house

Last Week’s Intentions:

  • laundry
  • sort through emails
  • clean out fridge/meal prep (
  • grocery shop
  • write down what I eat in food journal everyday– 2 months of tracking so far
  • work through my  Currently workbook and post February
  • keep on top of my life with my bullet journal
  • drink 8 glasses of water every day
  • get enough sleep
  • work on new recipes
  • work on an Etsy shop update
  • ship out the last of the food journals
  • order more food journals! I sold out! So far 1000 of you have them!
  • keep tracking steps with my Fitbit One
  • pull cards and work in sketchbook
  • play around with new camera
  • continue working on tax prep
  • work on writing up course for Santa Fe
  • research a convertible backpack
  • research plane tickets
  • catch up on social media
  • carve out time for leisure reading
  • go to the Farmer’s market. It’s been a while! Maybe get knives sharpened?
  • trip to Salvation Army to donate
  • work in the garden
  • think about what spring cleaning I’d like to get done around the house

Pump Jam for the Week:

 

Mantra for the Week:

Looking to get your head in the game? Tracy from Shutterbean makes a weekly TO DO LIST called her Intentions for the Week. Here's what this week looks like:

Don’t forget to write down your Intentions for the Week. It will help hold you accountable to ACTION!

I wish you a great Monday. I hope you have a great week. I’m rooting for you!

Sending you sparkles,

Tracy

 

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  • Sina

    Dear Tracy,
    as always, your Intention for the week inspire me and help me focus on my own!

    Now, I have a question on meal prep, that’s been on my mind for some time. You often say something like “I cleaned out the fridge and did some meal prep” So, meal prep is basically using up produce that got left behind during the week? Or do you buy vegetables etc. with the purpose of meal prep?

    I’m a dedicated meal planner and therefore rarely have a lot of surplus, that I could use for meal prepping, especially for a family of four. Like, all this delicious looking food in your picture above would never be possible with the things left in our fridge at a random sunday…

    So, do you plan the meal prepping or even shop intentionally for it? It doesn’t sound like it, but I’m so curious.

    Thanks a lot! Sina

  • Amy

    Thanks for linking to the apricot glazed chicken recipe! It was a great reminder to try it – I made it tonight and it was fab! Love your commenter’s suggestion do add sliced jalapeño.

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