I didn't go to WW this past Monday because I had previously registered for an Asian cooking class. It was great and one recipe I can definitely do for low points and the other two I'm sure I can adapt. Once I make them work, I will post them.
For the other goals I've had, I've been doing pretty well. The water has been easy. Easier on work days but still doable on the weekends. I've been getting to sleep earlier, still could improve on this one though. I've been doing well with packing my lunches as well. I made a big pot of chili from the Hungry Girl website which was delicious! I used extra lean ground beef instead of the turkey because Superstore didn't have the turkey and I increased each serving by a point. I used less of the hot stuff too because while I like zip, I don't like fire!
Today I was trying to think of ways to make preparing healthy lunches & suppers easier. I find cooking for one really annoying and I'm trying to think of ways to make this easier. My best bet (I think) is to make a nice dinner without cutting all the ingredients in half and just make the full recipe. Then when I measure out my supper servings to my plate, I will do the same to some lunch containers and put them in the fridge or freezer. If I'm taking a frozen lunch to work, I would much rather it be something I prepared myself. Healthier and cheaper! Win-Win!! After work today, I was exhausted. It really was a horrible day. I was so tempted to order pizza because I just wanted something that I didn't have to make. I decided to unload the dishwasher and tidy in the kitchen hoping that would get me inspired. It worked. I bought a deep skillet with a lid this past weekend. I've always wanted one and decided it was time to use it. I found a recipe on the back of the Campbell's Soup Vegetable Broth called Pasta Primavera and I had all the ingredients except for the tomato. I figured I could do without it. I had this ready in 15 minutes and it was wonderful. So great, I took a picture!!