Everything happens for a reason You know what I mean ~ when something unexpected happens in your life (be it good or bad) and then it turns out there’s something perfectly lined up for you round the corner that balances things out, almost as if it was just meant to be. Do you believe in this? Or is it just a little phrase we like to comfort ourselves with because we’re so scared of the unknown? I like to believe things do happen for a reason, but you’ve got to MAKE them happen instead of just expecting something or someone to just jump out at you and hand you what you want on a plate. You’ve got to work hard, be persistent, keep going, and not be disheartened when things don’t go your way, because the chances are that big break you’ve been waiting for is just around the corner. Keep chasing your dreams. #everydaywithreay
Good morning lovelies!
A quick breakfast this morning: cinnamon-vanilla protein porridge with fresh strawberries, banana, almond butter, coconut and chia seeds
For the porridge:
2 dl rolled oats
4 dl water
Pinch of cinnamon
Pinch of salt
1 scoop of (vanilla) protein of your choise
put everything in a pan - except the protein, and cook until creamy, then add protein and mix well
Can’t wait for my weekend to start, I still have an evening shift today and before that I’m going to gym and cleaning the house.
What are your weekend plans?
So we had leftover curry at home and I thought it’ll be good to use the sauce to create some good food for myself.
To increase the nutrition value, i added LOTS of protein into this bowl. Presenting to you.... cheese curry quinoa with lots of chicken oh. And some fishcakes 🤭
Mindful eating is important. Increasing the nutritional value of your food can be advantageous for you. Because I’ve added more protein to this meal, I know for a fact that I will feel full for a longer period of time and therefore not have to be concerned about cravings later in the day. What are some strategies you use to help improve the nutritional value of your food?