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Meal Plan #100 & Gift Wrapping Hacks

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Happy meal planning Monday! Enjoy this week’s healthy recipes and 4 gift wrapping hacks to make your holiday gifts extra special and simple to wrap.

Wrapping presents can be a lot of fun, but it also can feel overwhelming and time-consuming (especially if you are a last-minute wrapper!) I’ve rounded up my favorite gift-wrapping hacks to make the whole experience a breeze.

Use one pattern or color for each family member

To save time and confusion, use one type of wrapping paper for each member of the family. This is an easy way to visually see which gifts go where, and it also keeps sneaky kids from guessing what their presents are. If they happen to stumble upon their wrapped gifts in hiding, they won’t know which ones are theirs!

Use brown paper grocery bags

If you run out of wrapping paper or just have some grocery bags to recycle, use them to wrap gifts. Many times, grocery stores have holiday designs on their bags during this time of the year – but you can also dress them up with festive greenery, twine, or have your kids decorate them.

Buy your gift-wrapping supplies AFTER the holiday

Nothing beats those after-holiday sales on gift wrap, bows, tape, and more! You can easily snag this stuff for 70% off. Stock up on everything you need for the following year – then when the holidays roll back around, you’ll have everything you need and won’t have to run out and grab it.

Use slap bracelets when storing your wrapping paper

If you’re frustrated by your wrapping paper unrolling, use a slap bracelet to keep it neat and contained. They won’t scuff or tear the wrapping paper and they are super easy to put on and take off.

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Healthy Weekly Meal Plan #100

MY COOKING PHILOSOPHY IS TO KEEP IT “HEALTHY AND EASY.”
RECIPES AT HAMMERS N HUGS WILL INCLUDE ALL-NATURAL INGREDIENTS THAT CAN OFTEN BE FROZEN AND HAVE BEEN TESTED AND APPROVED BY FRIENDS AND FAMILY!
Download a healthy weekly meal plan with a grocery shopping template for macro-friendly recipes to make meal planning easy.

Click HERE to download a macro-friendly healthy weekly meal plan to your phone/desktop with linked recipe instructions and a digital grocery list template to make your life easier!

Watch the video below to see how to use my digital meal plan and grocery list template.

All of these recipes include macros per serving and can be added to My Fitness Pal by typing “fat macro” etc in the ingredient search tool.

Bon appetit!

This balsamic chicken caprese stack recipe is a pretty spin on the traditional caprese salad and makes a beautiful plate for any occasion.

This cauliflower tater tot casserole recipe is a fabulous low-carb, gluten-free dish that the whole family will enjoy!

This slow cooker egg casserole recipe can be customized to two sides and is the perfect homemade breakfast for overnight visitors. 

With whole proteins and a rainbow of vegetables soaked in a sweet maple soy sauce, this Shrimp Fried Quinoa recipe is a meal unto itself.

This delicious gluten-free, low carb beef zucchini au gratin recipe is packed with nutrient-dense ingredients smothered in cheesy goodness.

Here is to a great week friends!

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Happy meal planning Monday! Enjoy this week’s healthy recipes and 4 gift wrapping hacks to make your holiday gifts extra special and simple to wrap.
Happy meal planning Monday! Enjoy this week’s healthy recipes and 4 gift wrapping hacks to make your holiday gifts extra special and simple to wrap.
Download a healthy weekly meal plan with a grocery shopping template for macro-friendly recipes to make meal planning easy.

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