EarthBasic. Take care. Bless many.
Hello Beloved! We hope this post finds you well hydrated. Last week we went back to basics: highlighting the importance of water to the health of our bodies, rethinking how much water our bodies actually need, sharing recipes to birth a love of water in reluctant drinkers and, suggesting the best ways to take your hydration on the road. Over the next 5 weeks we will take a look at how and why we feed our bodies by working our way through the tips outlined in MyPlate, MyWins Tips: Meal Planning Made EasyMyPlate, MyWins Tips: Meal Planning Made Easy, with the help of supplemental resources. This week's tip and call to action is to make a week long meal plan.
Your meal plan should account for the following:
Try to refrain from judging your meal plan. Just create a plan that is representative of the kinds of foods, given your current lifestyle, you will eat. Doing this exercise without judgment will allow for you to create a baseline of your eating habits, which will prove an invaluable tool in collaborating with a wellness partner and or health professional to support you in cultivating healthy and sustainable eating habits.
We will be journeying with you as well!
You can use this template to help you record your plan for this week.
Happy temple building!
Take care. Bless many.
Carolyn Sinclair McCalla is a daughter of God who believes that as we seek the truth of God's Word, and humble ourselves to live in agreement with it, that we will experience the transformation which allows us to enter wholistic wellness: spirit, soul and body. She is the Founder and President of EarthBasic and leads its Be-Held Community: a group of women seeking, living and being transformed by the truth of God’s Word together. She is excited about this addition to the Be-Held Community, which will provide loving, sustainable, Christ-centered and well researched resources to support women in cultivating a life of wholistic self-care: spirit, soul, and body, which will in turn equip them to bless the generations in their care.