Well, the time has come for me to give up the ghost of not needing to be on the paleo diet and for me to jump right back on the horse.
I said it before, and I’ll say it again: The path to success exists in NOT QUITTING.
But persistence and perseverance alone won’t get me where I need to go. I need to quit making things harder than they need to be, and after reviewing the Whole 46, I can tell that I made things much harder than they needed to be.
Paleolithic man certainly didn’t try to be as gourmet as I have tried to be. He grabbed whole fruits, ate roasted animals and raw (or very lightly cooked) veggies, and I seriously doubt it took him an hour (or more!) to make every meal and then clean up afterward.
Thus, I’m going to try to think more like a cavegirl when I put together the meal plans for next week and our grocery shopping list.
And yes, I will be sharing it with you, dear readers.
I anticipate more bananas, avocados, yams, and fish will be working their way into our diet and that homemade popsicles made from blended fresh fruit will completely rock. Right now, I’m fantasizing about watermelon lime…
If any of you have any suggestions as to meals or websites for me and our family to check out, I’d really appreciate it! I’m always looking for good ideas or meal charts. I know they’re out there.
Thanks, and I hope you’re having a great day!
2 thoughts on “Paleo Meal Creation: Let’s Try Making It Easier”
Hi – One site I don’t see on your list is paleoplan.com which has lots of recipes and ideas. Hope you find some keepers. Barbara
Thank you so much, Barbara! I’ll check it out and add it right away! 🙂