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Meal Prep Plan

I am trying to save more money/time by cooking my own food. In order to carry out this plan I will cook a large batch of food every Sunday and leave if it in refrigerator/freezer to take out each day for an entire week. This way I won’t need to cook/eat out every morning, just take out whatever I have in the freezer and gooooo!

I found some easy meal prep recipes online that I would like to share

Recipe taken from : gimmedelicious

I just need to buy all these ingredients in bulk :

  1. Veggies:
    • Garlic,
    • onion,
    • tomatoes,
    • broccoli,
    • zucchini.
    • Chop all those up and stir fry it

2. Chicken

3. Rice

The recipe says to preheat the oven to 450 degrees and bake the chicken and veggies for 15-20minutes. I don’t feel comfortable using my oven just because it takes too long and uses too much electricity/gas. So instead, I will cook my chicken over a large skillet until it turns black.


It’s always important to fuel your body with the right nutrition to be successful. Eating right will keep your body balanced and healthy and will help you study smarter!

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My Weekly Plan 2-5-2017 to 2-12-2017


Photo From Pin-Interest

I decided to start being more organized and productive by planning out my Week.


My main goal is to become successful!

Here is what I want to accomplish today and throughout the entire week.

School related:

  1. Wrap up my A-Chem hw assignment – Add citations/reference and add in more facts relating to the Van Deemter Equation
  2. Look up sources for future innovations for Chromatography – And also the limitations for UPLC and partially porous particles (All Due On Tuesday)
  3. Get started on Next week’s assignment
  4. Read CH 1 in the Art of Public Speaking – Be ready to discuss/ask questions in class


Entertainment Related:

  1. Created a one minute instructional video  related to the ASUS zenfone 3 max
    1. How to format sd card to use it as the default storage
  2. Go to the lunar new year festival for 1-2hours and take pictures for fun and ask people random questions.
    1. How are you? Why did you come here today? What are you looking forward to for the year of the Rooster?
    2. Document everything and rewrite it in a journal
  3. Practice guitar – one hour. Pick one song and review the chords


Professional Related:

  1. Write a short paragraph about your skills and expertise that you include in your resume
    1. Practice reading this over to yourself
    2. Then practice answering questions without looking at your notes
    3. Some questions to consider:
      1. Explain what you did when you were a _____ (something from resume) for the past 2 years?
        1. Make your answers relevant, entertaining and meaningful
  2. Develop assertive communication
    1. Look for problems and try to solve them assertively. Ask around how other leaders solve problems and use their methods.
    2. To goal is to be able to point out problems and solve them by reaching an agreeable win-win situation without making yourself or anyone else look bad.

Social Related:

  1. Make a new friend?
  2. See if you have any common hobbies or interest with anyone. If not, then move on.