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What’s for Dinner: Your Five-Night, 20-Minute Meal Plan (Glass Heel Guest Post)

It’s 6:30 p.m. and you’ve just barely survived Monday at the office. You’re hungry. You’re tired. And the last thing you want to do is stand over a stove like sweet little June up there (though she does look pretty darn cute in that apron). The reality is, most of us feel the frustration of the poor girl on the right. Look familiar? It’s a common predicament – you want to eat well, but you’re busy, life is hectic, and you don’t have the time to spend an hour, or two, in the kitchen (sorry, June). On top of that there’s the shopping, planning… oh, just the thought of it all can be enough to make a gal stress eat. Stop. Step away from the pizza delivery coupon…

What if preparing healthy dinners during the week didn’t have to eat up your whole evening, or be stressful and complicated? With a little bit of strategy and some prep work on the front end, you can pretty painlessly set yourself up for five nights of simple, nutritious and tasty meals that you can throw together in 20 minutes or less. This week I’m telling you how over on GlassHeel.com. Get a complete plan for the week with five nights of dinners, a shopping list with all you’ll need, and steps to help you cut down the prep work. Follow my guide and you’ll be set for a week of eating well, saving money and feeling accomplished in the kitchen – all without missing a beat on that busy schedule of yours.

Get  my five-night meal plan here.

Megan Adams Brown, CHC, is a certified health coach for the whole family. She helps busy women get their energy back and makes meal planning and cooking easy. Her family meal planning tools and healthy kid-friendly recipes will help you spend less time cooking while enjoying the most nutritious foods that are delicious too. Click “Programs” to learn more.

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