This year has definitely been a year of change and growth for me. From how I handle my duties at work, to how I overcome the challenges of a mother; I feel like this has been my best year yet.
The keyword in this all has been balance. Trying to balance and juggle time for my family, time for work, and time for myself has been no easy task, but making it a priority has been so very important to me.
One of the biggest changes in finding time for myself has been focusing on eating right and keeping up with my exercise. Finding ways to tie these into my normal routine has been very helpful. For example, taking walks and as a family in the evening let us spend time together and also reach daily step goals.
Meals have been a little tougher. We all know it takes time to craft a healthy meal from home, and time is the one thing I am desperately short on. By the end of the day everyone is tired and it didn’t feel next to impossible to whip up the type of fuel my body needs.
Microwavable meals haven’t always traditionally been thought of as healthy; they seem to have gotten a bad rap over the years. NEW SMARTMADE ™
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Just take a look at the ingredients: finally a label with ingredients that I can pronounce that would be found in my very own kitchen at home. Their recipes use intelligent swaps that don’t lack on taste and truly are a great alternative for when you don’t (or can’t) cook.
Like I said, life is all about balance and NEW SMARTMADE™ meals
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