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January 20, 2020

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:

Intentions for the Week- Week 4 of 2020  (here’s week 4 in 2019)

Happy Monday, my loves!

I’m taking a break from folding laundry right now to write down my Intentions for the Week.  One of the first things I do is open up my calendar to see what’s on the docket for this week. I rock a combo of a moleksine calendar and Google calendar to keep me organized.  We’ve got a bunch of sports going on this week.  To get ahead of the schedule, I did some meal prep!

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Loaded my fridge up with a #shutterbeanmealprep ! WHEW! Mama needs to sit down! 🥬🥕🥗🔪✨

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Meal Prep this week includes:

 

 

Last Week’s Intentions

  • laundry
  • package/ship food journals The Handwriting Club 
  • track what I eat in my food journal this week
  • help Cooper manage his time with his school project
  • edit photos
  • break down boxes
  • make artwork for post
  • research flights
  • grocery shopping
  • mail checks
  • workout x 3
  • put Christmas ornaments in storage
  • wash inside/outside of car 
  • drink enough water (this  lid for a mason jar helps! container)
  • continue not eating dairy, gluten & drinking alcohol
  • pull cards and write in my sketchbook
  • track my steps with my Fitbit
  • work on new Etsy items
  • work in the yard- move planters/maple tree
  • paint nails
  • tweeze things
  • play around with air fryer
  • eat more salads 
  • plan an art date
  • make art
  • follow up on volunteer hours
  • make some time to read for fun
  • sit down and work in my Currently 2020 Workbook 

INTENTIONS THIS WEEK:

  • laundry
  • package/ship food journals The Handwriting Club 
  • track what I eat in my food journal this week
  • catch up on social media
  • check in with private facebook group for  Currently 2020 Workbook 
  • sit down and work in my Currently 2020 Workbook 
  • drop off items to donate
  • take pictures of new print
  • have a date with my calendar
  • vacuum living room
  • vacuum family room
  • edit photos
  • break down boxes
  • make artwork for post
  • research flights
  • grocery shopping
  • workout x 3
  • put Christmas ornaments in storage
  • wash inside/outside of car 
  • make banana bread for the boys
  • facetime with long distance friends to catchup
  • drink enough water (this  lid for a mason jar helps!)
  • continue not eating dairy, gluten & drinking alcohol
  • pull cards and write in my sketchbook
  • track my steps with my Fitbit
  • work in the yard- move planters/maple tree
  • paint nails
  • play around with air fryer
  • clean up floor of bedroom closet
  • eat more salads 
  • make some art with Cooper
  • make a new recipe
  • work on meal prep post
  • make some time to read for fun
  • breathe

 

RECIPES TO TRY:

Homemade Pizza Bagels

Cold Soba Noodles with tons of vegetables! Perfect for the warmer months when you don't feel like cooking but you want something filling and healthy! Recipe on Shutterbean.com

Cold Soba Noodles

Chicken Enchiladas with Cumin Crema is a snap to put together. All you need is a rotisserie chicken! Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com

Chicken Enchiladas with Cumin Crema

Nom Nom Paleo's Cracklin' Chicken is weeknight staple! Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com

Cracklin Chicken

Sausage & Kale Stuffed Shells

The most delicious & simple Apricot Glazed Chicken Thigh recipe can be found at Shutterbean.com!

Apricot Glazed Chicken

Sausage Bread

Cinnamon Sugar Wonton Crisps

 

Pump Jam for the Week:

 

 

Mantra for the Week:

 

Feeling stuck? Make a list! Write down your intentions for the week to help hold you accountable to action.

I’m rooting for you!

Sending sparkles, 

Tracy

 

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  • Stephanie

    I saw that you prepped cashew cream. Would you mind sharing your recipe (or recipe source) and also some ideas of how to use it? I’ve had cashew cream as a dip for fruit but I also know there are some savoury uses. Thanks.

  • Kristy

    Seeing your pizza bagel recipe immediately made me think of the pizza bagel jingle and to ask, have you watched Pen15? If not, you should!

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