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Hey guys!

Are you tired? I am a little exhausted after all that madness and I really need to get back into my routines quickly. I have always found that prepping a meal is the best way for me to get back to my healthy eating habits. Has anyone ever watched a meal preparation video, or have any of you meals prepared since I shared my last video? When disciplined with my food and diet, I find it so much easier to get back in the gym for workouts or jump into my favorite fitness class PILATES! My schedule can be extremely hectic, making it very difficult for me to balance the different parts of my life. Everything starts to hang up from my meetings, training, video creation and it becomes difficult to keep a healthy balance! Guess what my best tip is to find balance … It’s PREPARATION! So today let’s jump into how you can eat preparations just like me!

Preparing meals can save you a lot of time in the kitchen and it really saves you money! One of the biggest money savers for Max and myself has been that we no longer order. If you prepare meals, you may have meals ready to go in a matter of minutes that are extremely healthy, tasty and perfect for those moments when you do not have enough time to cook. In my last vegan “What I Eat In A Day” video, I introduced to you the Lifesum app, which I’ve used to properly balance my meals for my lifestyle. I read in the comments that many of you have already used the app, but has anyone else tried it too? I use the app to track what I put in my stomach, making me more aware of everything I might not want to put in my body. I’ve left a link above for anyone who wants to download the app for free to check it out, so don’t be shy!

So by a show of hands or commentary excited about the upcoming fall? I haven’t seen anyone with pumpkin spice latte yet, but I’ve started to be pumpkin and squash at the supermarkets! I have so many new recipe ideas that I can’t wait to share with you guys soon! I think it would be a lot of fun to do a “Wellness month” like we did last November, so let me know if you are into that idea!

This community has continued to grow! Last week, my mom called me when our community passed 800,000 and it made me realize how strong our family has grown too! Each of us comes into this community with our own experiences and stories, but we all have one thing in common! We are all on or wellness journey together in this community! So as we end another amazing summer, I need you to share your wellness goals for the rest of this year! If you have any questions, don’t be afraid to ask. I am so glad so many of you come to me in public and say hello! For some reason, all of your favorite videos have been about food, so I will continue to share food videos with you!

I hope you are all signed up! It would be great if you all joined my intelligence group and let me know what you loved about today’s video. Any feedback helps, constructive notes are always welcome! I will do my best to respond to all of you today and I go back to previous videos to respond to comments I may have missed! This community means the world to me, and so do you!

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Chicken sorting: Mix 1 tablespoon of salt, 2 tablespoons ground pepper, 2 tablespoons chicli powder, 1 tablespoon garlic powder, 2 tablespoons bell pepper and 1 tablespoon onion powder.

Tofu spices: 1 tablespoon of olive oil, 1 tablespoon of soy sauce, salt, pepper and carrot

Zucchini & Broccoli spices: Olive oil, salt, pepper and Za ‘ata spice mix.
Cauliflower spices: Olive oil, salt, pepper, 3 tablespoons nutritional yeast. (for a cheesy taste)
Sweet potato spices: Olive oil, salt, pepper, garlic powder

Ginger Miso Tahini dressing:
– 1.5 cup of Tahini
– 2 tablespoons white miso
– 2 inches of fresh ginger
– 2 cloves of garlic
– 1 tablespoon soy sauce or coconut aminos
– 1 lemon
– ½ cup of water

Spicy Cashew Dressing:
– ½ cup of salted toasted cashews
– ¼ cup vegetable oil
– 3 tbsp. unsweetened rice vinegar
– sk tsp. crushed red pepper flakes
– sk tsp. fish sauce
– sk tsp. honey
– 1 garlic clove
– Touch of salt.