LydiaJo

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    LydiaJo got a reaction from Tina S in Driving the Crazy Town Bus   
    I'm back for the January Whole 30. Life is going on and I am getting older. It's time for me to be kind to me.
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    LydiaJo got a reaction from MadyVanilla in Here's To Success   
    @MadyVanilla The ingredients for the stake bites and sweet potatoes are now on my shopping list. Thank you for sharing.
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    LydiaJo got a reaction from Alyssa444 in Whole30 First timer   
    Keep it simple. I don't make items that take 8 items and 6 spices or have lots of steps. 
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    LydiaJo got a reaction from MadyVanilla in Here's To Success   
    @MadyVanilla
    Looks like you've created a great plan for yourself.
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    LydiaJo reacted to laurasuzanne in Breakfast On The Go   
    I meal prep a breakfast hash each week and then throw it together every morning before work.
    1lb homemade sausage (Nom Nom Paleo's Maple Sausage without the Maple)
    1 bag Green Giant Rice Sweet Potato and Cauliflower
    1 bag Green Giant Riced Butternut Squash
    1 large yellow onion
    1-2 bell peppers
    Coconut Oil and/or ghee
    Prep ahead : Brown and crumble sausage. I dice the onion and pepper and saute in oil. Once translucent I add the riced veggies and sausage. Store in an airtight container. Each morning I heat some hash in oil and crack and egg over it. Cook egg to my preference and scoop the whole thing into a cup to eat on the way to work (with a spoon, if you care to know). It is so delicious. I could eat this every single day. On the weekends I'll often have the same thing, but then also have a couple slices of bacon.
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    LydiaJo got a reaction from kp88 in redo June 8th   
    Good afternoon. I am redoing whole 30 as this quarantine has been very hard on me mentally and physically. My weight has gone up and I just don't feel healthy.
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    LydiaJo got a reaction from MadyVanilla in Still Living In Crazy Town   
    This is my redo post for day 1.
    I need to do this for my mental and physical health.
    Meal 1: 2 eggs, mushrooms, coffee with coconut cream
    Meal 2: (created by my daughter) salmon with toasted coconut and mango, green smoothy with coconut milk added a little olive oil to mine.
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    LydiaJo got a reaction from ShadowInTheKitchen in Still Living In Crazy Town   
    This is my redo post for day 1.
    I need to do this for my mental and physical health.
    Meal 1: 2 eggs, mushrooms, coffee with coconut cream
    Meal 2: (created by my daughter) salmon with toasted coconut and mango, green smoothy with coconut milk added a little olive oil to mine.
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    LydiaJo got a reaction from btvs1981 in I'm not hungry!   
    For me, I find that if I have a large portion of fat with my first meal that I am not hungry until after 2 or 3. I do try to east a small meal at by 230.     YMMV
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    LydiaJo got a reaction from Kacie faul in Starting January! New mommy   
    Good for you. I hope you get that large family. Enjoy your baby as they grow so fast. My baby is 19 today. 
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    LydiaJo got a reaction from BlueKoala in Still Living In Crazy Town   
    Day 3 and all is on track.
    All 3 meals on plan. Went to the office for cart reviews. Decluttered papers.
    Didn't finish the laundry or kitchen but I feel like it was a productive day.
    Got up late today so it will be bed time at 9. Monday I will be beck to work.
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    LydiaJo got a reaction from SharynF in peanut butter and jelly is all they want   
    I have a 15 yr old and usually extras. Mine isn't eating whole 30 but for dinner she eats what I do as do the extras when they're here. The policy my parents laid down for us was you didn't have to clean your plate and you didn't have to eat everything. You did have to taste everything and you were allowed to spit it out if you didn't like the texture. I've raised my daughter the same way. There were things she didn't like at 4 but has re-tasted and decided she like.
     
    My current way of thinking, if it isn't good for me, why am I feeding it to my daughter. I just keep making little changes to our kitchen and her diet. She does connect the 2. They do learn if we provide the knowledge.