I typically stay away from these types of topics on blog posts. Ok, I lied. I stay away from these topics period because, to some, it may be offensive, and I never like to offend anyone. But I’m writing this today because it’s important that we start the conversation; that we become aware. This topic that I’m referring to is Eating Disorders.
First, let me start off by saying, this is downright scary! Using my voice, putting it out there for all to read is incredibly scary, especially when expressing myself in words on paper don’t come all that easily to me. The other thing that’s scary is expectations. Most people, in my experience, expect some sort of diet advice and usually it has to do with weight or the latest thing they heard from an article/post/headline. If you can’t tell, from the title of this blog post, there’s a twist…I’m not your typical Dietitian.
I'm getting ready to prep dinner and I thought I'd give you all a sneak peak into how I do my dinners. I'm a meal planner but here's the thing... I wing a lot of it! I have a basic idea of what I'm doing each night. I split my nights into themes--Mexican Mondays, Pasta Tuesdays, etc... So I have my basic ingredients for each meal and then I add whatever I have on hand!