A lot of times I go straight from work to school or vise versa, so having lunches already prepared is so handy and helps me stay away from fast food! Below, I have pictured and demonstrated my favorite meal prep…its healthy, fast to make, and yummy!


  • 2 Chicken Breasts
  • A bag or can of peas
  • Brown rice or quinoa
  • Organic black beans
  • 4 Tupperware containers to store your food in (mine pictured are different sizes only because I couldn’t find matching Tupperware, they are all the same serving)

The directions are pretty simple! Cook your chicken, rice, beans, and peas and them portion them out evenly! I just do a spoonful in each container until I run out and then store them in the fridge. Also, I used taco seasoning this time around on my chicken to add a little more flavor, but any seasonings work! When I do eat my meal preps, I just shake the container up so it all gets mixed together and microwave it for a minute; then BAM your lunch is ready to eat! What are your favorite meal preps? I would love to try some new ones! 

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The ingredients!

The process!

How yummy does this look!?





This past summer we took a two day trip to Seattle, and it was so fun! We were able to fit all of the main attractions in and still not feel rushed. Don’t get me wrong, we could have spent a whole week there without running out of stuff to do, but we felt like we were able to see everything we wanted to in that time frame. Details of where we stayed, ate, and went are all listed below!


We stayed at a super cute and old hotel called The Inn at Queen Anne. The outside of the hotel was beautiful and COVERED in flowers. The rooms were the perfect size and the part we found the most entertaining was the key they give you to your room. it is just like a normal house key, not a hotel room key which we found to be so cute for some reason. It was a clean hotel, the staff was nice, it was walking distance from most everything and it was inexpensive!IMG_3181.jpg


BY FOOT! We used Lyft to and from the airport and that’s it. There were times when we debated calling one, but I am glad we didn’t. It was fun being able to see everything as you walked from place to place.




The throwing of the fish.


The flowers at Pikes Place Market were incredible
The Gum Wall
You can see the view from the top of the Great Wheel in the background.
View from the Ferry to Bainbridge Island.
Glass Museum…SO beautiful.


The Space Needle, this was less than a block from our hotel.
The view at Olympic Park, which has tons of walking trails!

Seattle was so pretty and a perfect weekend trip! I didn’t get any pictures of the underground tour, but it was so cool to learn all about the history of the city and be able to walk through it all as well. Pioneer Square was also not pictured but was the perfect spot for a lunch date! They have multiple food trucks, games and music. If you want any additional recommendations or information about Seattle I would be happy to answer (to the best of my ability). Comment below if you guys have ever been to any of the places above or have something you did in Seattle that was not listed!