If you’re newish to my blog I want you to meet Koni. One of my best friends who I’ve been thick as thieves with since junior high. Quick flashback so you can understand all we’ve been through together…
Sorry Koni. I had to go there. We’ve had too much fun in our past not to share it. I’ve got three scrapbooks full of pics of the two of us acting like idiots. Good times for sure. :) Anyway – now that you’ve met Koni and can see that she is as
dorky entertaining as I am, let me tell you something else about her. She is AMAZING at cooking and meal planning and preparing healthy food for her family. People used to always tease us that we shared a brain so I keep hoping that her cooking and meal planning skills will somehow magically rub off. It hasn’t happened yet but I’m not giving up hope. Koni has four kids with one on the way and decided she wanted to be more organized with breakfast and school lunches. She also wanted to make sure she was feeding her kids a good variety of healthy foods (you know – instead of feeding her kids Cheerios for breakfast every single morning like some people she knows… ahem). So she made a list of breakfast food ideas and another list of lunch food ideas. Then she put together a two week breakfast and lunch menu so she always knows what to buy and prepare. Every two weeks she starts over. I think this is BRILLIANT! I’m sharing her lists and menus with you today in case something like this might work for you. OR in case you just need some ideas for healthy breakfasts and lunches. I’d love to try this. My menu won’t be nearly as impressive, but at least we might be able to get out of our Cheerio rut. Maybe Cheerios on Mon, Wed, Fri and on Tues, Thurs I’ll get wild and whip up some waffles? Baby steps. :)
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