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Tuesday, May 04, 2010

Ok so this is a little bit harder than i thought it would be. I know that i have to support here online but i tell ya, the mcdonalds call me on the nights we have dance, tball and soccer. It is so much easier than going home to try and cook. And with it being just the kids and I there is no one to say lets just eat at home. My kids are more than willing to eat a happy meal.

This make me sad because they have my bad habits. I want so much better for them. I try to keep them as active as possible partly because of the eating habits. And because kids don't do things like we used to when i was a kid. They play video games and watch tv.

Anyway i am getting off subject. Any ideas and what i could do to help keep myself on track? I really just need to make myself stay the other way when i see these places and tell myself that cooking wont get the kids to bed late and there is time. And find good things that we will like. (we are very picky eaters) LOL isn't that a contradiction.

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LYNZZIE 5/4/2010 6:43PM

    I make crockpot meals on my days off. I own two crockpots and pick a day to fill them to the brim with a meat, starch, and a veg. Let it cook all day and you'll have amazing meals like stew, roasts, soups, etc. Then I put them into twist-and-lock containers and fill the freezers with them. Everything is already portioned out and can go right into the micro frozen!

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FITWITHIN 5/4/2010 6:16PM

    I have adopt to making a complete meal in 30 minutes. Start with the longest food to cook to the least food to cook. It beats the travel time and wait time for fast food, besides it's healthier.

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