Monday Menu Planning: Catching Up

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It’s been a long time since my last post, and there’s a lot to catch up on! For now, a quick summary:

Dad has been moved to Assisted Living which is a much better situation for him. He has a lot of activities, had made new friends, and is really benefiting from the structure & routine.

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I re-joined Weight Watchers and have lost 15 pounds so far! I, too, am doing well with the added structure that the program provides. Being a vegan Weight Watcher is a challenge, I admit, but am figuring it out as I go along.

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We have a new family member, a tiny kitten who literally showed up on our front doorstep.

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I have a little more free time now so am working on a new schedule/routine for myself which will include blogging. I’ve missed writing, and think it’s an important part of my weight loss journey, not to mention the mental/emotional benefits.

Without further ado, here’s this week’s meal plan which include both lunches and dinners.

Note: I follow a WFPBNO (whole food, plant-based, no oil) diet most of the time, deviating a bit here & there when dining out or when I just want a little treat.  When the recipe calls for oil, I substitute vegetable broth or plain water when appropriate. If the exact recipe I’m using isn’t published online, I will post a similar recipe.

P.S. For other great menu planning bloggers, please visit Organizing Junkie!

Have a great day!

 

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