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Jake and I have been together for 3 years!! I cannot believe how fast the time has flown or how much I depend on him. It’s pretty crazy how we met.
My family moved in 2010 to a neighboring city. I decided to get a summer job to take my mind off of it and have some spending money. I picked a part-time tanning consultant position in the new town. One couple came in every night to tan, and we’d talk. They actually were the ones that set us up! I almost said no because it was so out of my comfort zone, but I jumped in. To this day, it was still the best choice I have ever made.
Our first date was so exciting but also so calm. We just hit it off. After dinner and seeing a show we got stuck in traffic. I still joke that he took me home that way on purpose so we could keep talking.
I can’t believe 3 years later, I get to marry him.
Now to 30 Minute Meals or Less for WIAW
While I absolutely love my new, dream job, I am still putting cooking as a low priority. I mean with challenges, the year-round accountability group, and blogging I just don’t feel like Rachel Ray like I thought I would.
So here are some meal ideas no matter what your job and priorities are!
Under 30 Minute Meals for Breakfast
Got 60 Seconds to Prepare: Quest Bar
Got 5 Minutes… Shakeology. I like the Vanilla flavor with frozen fruit and water.
Got 20 Minutes… Scrambled eggs with Ghee with Bacon & tomato as your sides
Under 30 Minute Meals for Lunch
Got 20 Minutes… Turkey Scramble
Snack Ideas Under 30 Minutes
Got 60 Seconds to Prepare: handful of walnuts and a banana
Got 5 Minutes: sliced apple with sunflower butter
Got 20 minutes: Really? You have 20 minutes for a snack? Get out. ;)
Dinner Meal Ideas Under 30 Minute
Got 60 Seconds: Wendy’s small chili over a baked potato
Got 5 Minutes: Amy’s Frozen Meals or her Pizza’s with microwaved steamed veggies
Got 20 Minutes: Grilled chicken breast with frozen or fresh veggies
Don’t forget the power of leftovers either! If you cook a meal that takes over 30 minutes, make sure you make enough for the next day’s lunch or dinner.