Fortune favors the prepared

I'm a go with the flow kind of girl (my top strength is adaptability). And while I may like things being in order, I don't exactly want to do the work to put things in order. I haven't always been this way. I use to be *bit* of a control freak (but that could easily be the topic of another post, so I'll digress).

I recognize that I need to do a modicum of preparation for this reset. Nothing crazy, just make sure that I have all the products I need, and groceries, and a fully stocked yoga package. 

One massive advantage I have now, (over when I did my very first reset almost 3 years ago) is that I have found snacks, discovered recipes and have perfected an array of shake variations that I absolutely L-O-V-E. 

However, I still need to actually go and purchase the things. I always have enough shakes and cleanse support for a month, so I'm talking actual groceries.

Obviously I'm not going to buy a month's worth of produce, because hello, it would spoil. And no ones got time to throw away money on rotten bibb lettuce or spoiled berries. But imma stock up on non-perishables such as pecans, pepitas, and pistachios (oh my!). Not to mention grab all the things to make almond chia seed pudding and ginger turmeric hummus.  

I don't food prep in the traditional sense. I struggle with reheating meat and veggies, and with having two of my meals a day taken care of, prep isn't necessary. But I will blend up a mess of hummus and portion out my nut snack mix (insert inappropriate joke here) because I choose to work smarter not harder. I'm also going to scour the bowls of Pinterest and pick the brain of my foodie friend Caitlyn.

But first, Trader Joe's and Costco.

Cheers, Christin