Lexi’s Weekly Dinner Plan Week 3 (2016)

Happy Saturday!

This week has been a whirlwind of bookwork, blog projects, photoshoots, and more. I am excited about all that’s to come but am starting to feel the stress of all that I have to do to meet my deadlines. Stress management is a seriously important piece in your healthy lifestyle, so don’t forget about it! Stress is just the worst. My plan: make some ‘me’ time at night, time without social media, time for exercising, and am going to get back into meditating. That is my plan so far to manage the stress! I’d love to hear the ways in which you manage stress in the comments below!

P.S. Here’s a little sneak peek of my shoot with Kristin this week!

Lexi Green Smoothie

Okay, now to the good stuff. I’ve been loving the feedback from all of you about the meal plans and am working on making them even better moving forward. There’s two weeks left in the month so let’s get shopping, prepping, and COOKING.

Lexi's Weekly Dinner Plan (Week 3)

Monday: Easy Curry Shrimp

Tuesday: Roasted Garlic and Chicken ‘Pasta’ Primavera

Wednesday: Horseradish Encrusted Salmon

Thursday: Stuffed Zucchini Boats

Friday: Out

Saturday: Meatball Veggie Soup

Sunday: Leftovers

GROCERYLIST-week3 

Download printable grocery list PDF here!


 

P.S. These meal plans are totally perfect to start anytime, since it’ll be a full 30 days! I’ll recap the entire plan in a post at the end of the month 🙂

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3 comments on “Lexi’s Weekly Dinner Plan Week 3 (2016)

  • Meryl Cittadino says:

    Just heard about your website from your sister who is a student at my art studio and Love your recipes and blog. I’m trying to lose weight and heard the only way to go is pale. Im looking forward to following your blog

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  • I follow a new food philosophy which I call Fuddhism or food enlightenment. It’s true that feeling drained out can lead to mindless eating which can then lead to poor food choices. The key to breaking the cycle is changing your tune and checking your attitude. Thank you for sharing this lovely dinner plan =) I will absolutely try this!

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