So I’m in the process of learning how to drive. I mentioned this a few weeks back. And the most frustrating thing about learning how to drive is that it’s so simple - yet if you suffer from anxiety or you don’t have faith in yourself, you make the process so much more difficult than it has to be. I’m someone that doesn’t like to allow myself to make mistakes. I’ve always been the type to try and get everything the first time. Whenever I don’t “get it” the first time, I stop trying or get so frustrated. And, I’m trying so hard to stop myself from doing that. As people, we try to move so fast all of the time. We try to get through everything as quickly as possible. You’re not going to get it right every time. It’s not possible to learn everything you need to learn regarding driving in one day. It’s not possible to eat the freshest fruits and vegetables everyday, unless you’re privileged to do so. It’s not possible to do 1-3 hour work outs everyday, unless you’re privileged to do so. There’s nothing wrong with allowing yourself to fail sometimes. That’s why Kings of Convenience’s Failure is my favorite song of all time. “Failure is always the best way to learn. Retracing your steps until you know...” That lyric is so important to me. It’s important to remember that nobody is perfect. No matter how perfect they try to make their life appear to be. Everybody is trying to “get it”. And you’re just not going to wake up perfect overnight. You’re a work in progress and it’s okay. ♥️
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Let's talk about these egg muffins for a min. They are one of the simplest things to meal prep, and can be super healthy (depending on what you put in them). I've been making them for over 7 years now, and they continue to be a staple in my household. Even my kids can't help but eat one fresh when they come out of the oven 😉.
For my base, I use:
2 egg whites
2 tbsp milk
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 tsp pepper
If you want them to be lower calories and less fat, you can put in more egg whites and less full eggs, but you may have to adjust the total number of eggs to get 12 muffins.
You can add anything else you want to them - meats, cheese, spinach, kale, other chopped veggies, etc. I always put these things in the muffin pan first, then pour the egg mixture over them.
Then you just pop them in the oven at 375 for 25 min.
Tip: I use a silicone muffin pan so they come out of it really easy 😀.