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.