Similar Posts

30 Comments

  1. I love your menus and that they are both healthy and diverse. You aren’t eating only 1 bland thing on repeat like so many people do when trying to eat better. I’m going to see if my library has a copy of the book since the recipes sound so good! Thanks for sharing.

  2. I really need to take the time to do them full force and just haven’t. This will really help so thank you!

  3. I’ve never heard of this book, but sounds great! Basically same concepts as I’ve read in another book. It’s not about dieting and restricting. It’s about eating the right nutrient rich foods in balance. Then you can enjoy more and actually look forward to the food you eat.

  4. I’ve heard about this book before!! I think it was my sister who bought it. I really should look into meal planning, since I know it will help me reach my weight goal a lot faster.

    1. You should check out THM. It’s so doable, not restrictive and really works. I’ve only be on it for a few weeks but have already noticed a big difference and I’m not starving myself… instead I’m eating real foods 🙂

  5. I want to reset my diet this year, but haven’t decided where to start. I have heard of Trim Healthy Mama, but didn’t know much about it. Thanks for all the info here!!

    1. Your welcome Emily. I think out of all the “diet” plans out there, there one makes the most sense to me. It’s not restrictive and it’s very adaptable to all budgets and food preferences. If you can get your hands on the main book, it goes into much more detail.

  6. I have had much success with the Trim Healthy Mama plan. I was wondering how to get your meal planning pages when I already get your Grace Notes.
    I have really enjoyed your insights to so many things. Last winter when I lost quit a bit of weight, I read your book about Simply Dressed. I literally went through my whole wardrobe section by section and got rid of so many clothes. (I actually found the top of my dresser.) And I started adding to my wardrobe with purpose. Trying new styles for me from the thrift store and looking for the keepers to my new wardrobe. It has been a thrill to focus on the things I love to wear with out cluttering my closet with clothes.

    1. Hi Cheryl, that is so exciting to hear how THM worked for you and that you were able to use Simply Dressed to rework your wardrobe! The link to the meal planner is included in every Grace Notes newsletter that is sent out on Fridays. Towards the bottom of the newsletter there is a section titled “Subscriber Freebies” you will find the link to download there.

  7. Hey there! I’m a part of the new Pin30 project through CBB and saw that we’re in the same group. So, I checked out your “best of” board on Pinterest and this pin caught my eye! I’ve been eating this way for several months, but only recently have been 100% on plan. I feel SO much better and have SO much more energy. I thought I’d hop over and “introduce” myself, and I realized our breakfast meal plans looks basically identical. I just think it’s a small world, and it’s so cool when God makes connections like this!
    I’m excited to pin with you during the Pin30 project!
    🙂 P.S. If you’ve never made one of the hot trimmy drinks, do it today. The fun drinks are one of my favorite parts of eating on this plan!

    1. I just saw the list posted so I’ll have to go and check out the Pin30 boards in the group! Thanks for saying hello 🙂

      I’m finishing up my second week on THM and I agree, I do feel better and while the scale hasn’t moved (yet) my clothes aren’t quite so tight and I have more energy! I haven’t tried the hot trimmy drinks yet, but I did finally found my favorite combination of the GGMS and just had my first Shrinker the other day. And even though it’s January and cold out, I’m kind of obsessed with the Strawberry Big Boy Smoothie! 🙂 Looking forward to trying more of the recipes.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.