Jenny Hodges. Tampa Librarian. Book Lover. Slow Runner. Mom to Irish Triplets. Living and Traveling in the Autism World.

30. November 2014 08:29
by jennifer

Atkins Frozen Meals for the Busy Working Mom

30. November 2014 08:29 by jennifer | 0 Comments

I returned to work 2 weeks ago. My life has been INSANE. I don't remember it being this busy when I worked out of the home from 2009-2012.

Perhaps it's that I'm getting up at 4:30am so that I can get to CrossFit En Fuego. If I don't workout at that time, it's not going to happen in my busy day since I get off of work at 5:30pm and have an hour commute home and the latest my box is open is 6pm. So it's either first thing in the morning or not at all. And not at all is not an option.

By the time I get home from the box, get the kids up, get their breakfast made, lunches packed, showered, dressed and ready to head out the door, that's generally when I say "oh no! I forgot to make my own lunch!"

When this happens (which is more often than I'd like) I'm so thankful that I can just reach in and grab a frozen Atkins meal.

There are so many to choose from!

From the Sesame Chicken


To the Pasta Bake


It makes it super easy for me to just grab and go, and with the net carbs listed right on the front of the box, I can easily know exactly how many carbs are in my meal. And with following the Atkins40 plan, I just simply deduct that total from my 40 daily, and I'm on my happy way!

I haven't been on the scale because I'm really trying hard to not focus on that number. Instead I'm gauging it based on how much energy I have, and how my clothing feels. And both of those measurements are a-okay. So I'm happy.

You can follow Atkins on Twitter, Facebook, and check out their website, too.

If you're a working parent, how do you try to fit in making a healthy lunch for work??

This post is sponsored by FitFluential on behalf of Atkins.


28. November 2014 06:24
by jennifer

#OrganicPet Food Win a ONE YEAR SUPPLY from Castor & Pollux

28. November 2014 06:24 by jennifer | 14 Comments

This post is sponsored by Castor & Pollux and the BlogPaws Professional Pet Blogger Network. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about ORGANIX, but Metamorfit only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Castor & Pollux Pet Works is not responsible for the content of this article.     Earlier this month I shared with you the results of the Organic Pet food survey. Most pet parents agreed that feeding their pet organic food was very important. But ... [More]