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With the exception of some movie theater popcorn, I’ve been really on point this week!

All of my breakfasts look basically the same — a little sausage, whatever green veggies I have chopped, onions, and eggs. If I don’t have sausage then I substitute avocado to make sure I’m eating enough fat, but I prefer to save that for my tuna or salad. If I could eat an avocado at every meal I totally would!

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This is the beauty of meal prep — nearly identical breakfast, but I added asparagus so I wouldn’t get bored with it and it was already chopped and ready.

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I did have one pretty major fail though — the boys started pushing each other and I forgot I was cooking while I broke it up…it didn’t taste as burnt as it looks and I didn’t have time to remake it so I ate it anyway lol.

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I’m back on my tuna kick! I’m loving it wrapped in seaweed….

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…mixed with tomatoes, onions, and avocado…

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…or on top of a ton of spinach. The bowl was full of spinach, I was just so hungry I forgot to take a picture until it was nearly finished.

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Most of my dinners started with this prepped chicken.

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Salad with spinach, onions, bell peppers, and chicken…

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…leftover chicken with a side salad…

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…and leftover chicken with roasted asparagus. My husband isn’t a fan of leftovers so a lot of my prepped stuff I get to keep all to myself, and it’s so convenient! Plus I HATE the feel of raw meat, so it’s nice only having to touch it once or twice a week instead of every night.

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I’d gotten out of the habit of meal prepping, but it’s great to be back in the groove! I’m going to start posting what and how I prep for the week, because I think it’s crazy how just a few simple things can save you hours during the week.

Do you eat differently during the summer?
I eat a lot more salads during the summer, and I’m more likely to put fruit on them.

Do you meal prep for an entire week, or just a day or two ahead?