Welcome to Menu Plan Monday!
Hi friends! It’s so good to be back, I’ve missed you all! Five weeks is the longest I’ve ever gone without menu planning in the past 12 years. I wasn’t away on holiday the whole time though so the weeks I was home I kind of just winged it. Ya that didn’t work so well. It was a great reminder to me that I am just lost without a menu plan and I absolutely need it in my life!
Our most recent vacation was a lovely week and a half at a beautiful cottage in Ontario with my side of the family and this is pretty much where I sat the entire time. On the dock just enjoying the hot weather and sunshine. It just couldn’t have been any better.
We also went to Niagara Falls which is pretty stunning to see. I’ve been there before but my husband and youngest son hadn’t.
So now vacation is over but thankfully summer isn’t. Here in Canada the kids don’t go back to school until the beginning of September. How about your kiddos?
Did you see the giveaway I posted last week? It’s for an awesome 52-Week Meal Planner organizer book that I think you will love to help you organize your menu planning. Be sure to check it out right HERE.
Here’s what we’ll be eating this week.
My Weekly Menu Plan:
Tuesday: Chili Lime Paleo Pork Ribs served with rice and broccoli
Wednesday: Paleo Spanish Chicken with potatoes and carrots
Thursday: Leftover buffet
Saturday: Grilled Peach Steak Salad
Sunday: YOYO (you’re on your own!)
Have a wonderful week everyone!!
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