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How to eat healthier this year
If “eat healthier” has been on your list of resolutions for, say, the last 10 years without success (or you’ve recently fallen off the healthy-eating wagon – again!), you might feel like throwing in the towel for 2018.
“What’s the point?” you wonder.
To that I say, NOOOOO!!!! Don’t give up yet.
Believe me, I’ve been there and I totally understand.
But feeding your family healthy meals in a doable way does NOT have to be stressful.
In fact, the whole point of this challenge is to help you conquer mealtime stress and eat cleaner, with a series of super easy steps to get your year off to a strong start.
The Meal Planning Bootcamp
The Meal Planning Bootcamp, created by Ultimate Bundles, is a 10-day challenge with daily meal planning tips plus an action task (a very practical one, in fact) that will take 20 minutes or less.
They’ll cover everything from planning, to pantry clean outs, to the quickest-cooking veggie sides, to set yourself up for success with batch cooking and freezer meals.
And seriously – set your timer! You’ll be amazed what you can accomplish in 20 minutes!
Implement all 10 challenges and, at the end of the boot camp, you’ll find yourself with:
- a better-organized kitchen,
- the strategies you need to tackle meal planning like a pro, and
- on your way to that healthier 2018, you know you’ve got in you.
It runs from December 30th to January 8th, and you’ll receive each day’s tip and task in your inbox bright and early every morning, so you can work it into your day whenever it’s most convenient for you.
Get FREE access to the Meal Planning Bootcamp:
Registration for this free 10-day Meal Planning Bootcamp is only open for a few days! Make sure to sign up right away, because it starts on December 30th, so you can greet the New Year armed (with kitchen knives, that is) and ready to go. 🙂
This is such an easy, free way to get yourself organized and try out some new tips for the New Year! Every year I try to eat healthier, and I admit it falls apart just as we hit Easter. I’m not going to let that happen this year! Along with me, set yourself up for success, not just for you but your family as well.
Cheers to you and here’s to a happy, healthy year!
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