Menu Plan and Goals

It’s Sunday afternoon and both kids are napping. The house is quiet. Sleep is something that’s been needed around our house this week. There were a couple of long nights, a teething child, runny noses, and feeling under the weather going on the past several days.

Menu Plan and Goals @ From this Kitchen Table

Shaun worked events for the radio station Friday and Saturday afternoon/evening and didn’t get home until almost midnight. The kids and I enjoyed a couple of movie nights, playing at the park, and some cleaning. Hopefully they will feel better soon (though I’m not complaining about my son actually sitting and snuggling with me. That hasn’t happened since he started moving 🙂 ).

Menu Plan and Goals @ From this Kitchen Table

This is dark chocolate coconut milk ice cream sweetened with maple syrup and honey!



  • Pancakes
  • Leftover Chicken from last week
  • Leftover Mac and Cheese and Bean tostadas for the kids
  • Salads for the adults


  • Pancakes from the freezer
  • Smoothies
  • Refrigerator and hot oatmeal


  • Finish I Like Giving and start another book. (I finished Running for My Life last week and loved it!)
  • Continue the next Hello Mornings Bible Study
  • Keep going with the the #mindbodymat 3 week pilates challenge. On the last week! Each day’s workout is around 10 minutes. Love that I have no excuses to not get it done.
  • Work on earring and lip balm business stuff – online store, craft shows etc (Yep, that sounds a lot like last week. This week I need to make it happen.)
  • Publish 2 more posts
  • Work through blog assignments
  • Start another organizing project

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2 thoughts on “Menu Plan and Goals

  1. Ai

    That coconut curry chicken looks easy. BTW, I’m glad I saw your Mango Lassi post earlier because that led me to your other posts on Indian recipes. I love Indian cuisine, and butter chicken is also a favorite here. We usually buy the naan, so I was glad to see your recipe for that. I’ll have to give it a try! Thanks!

    1. Deanna Michaels Post author

      It was really easy and my daughter loves broccoli. 🙂 Score! Isn’t Indian food so yummy! I love homemade naan – it’s incredible. I think once you make it you won’t want to go back. My husband is always disappointed if I cook an Indian dish and don’t also make naan.


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