Weekly Meals and Workouts 101

Happy Sunday everyone. How are you guys doing today? I’m doing alright, thank you very much. This weekend has been pretty relaxing for the most part. I did some spring cleaning for my room, worked out, hung out with my boyfriend, went grocery shopping, and started designing my poster board presentation for my community nutrition class.

Anyway, before I get into anything else, here is my plan for the week.

Hevil’s Healthy Devil – Meal Plan Template

4-24-16 Meal Plan


Sunday-  4 mile run

Monday-  2 PIIT Workouts

Tuesday-  5 mile run + strength

Wednesday- 1 PIIT workout

Thursday- 5 mile run + strength

Friday- PIIT

Saturday- rest

So, I am trying to get back into running again. I basically stopped running after my half marathon. I really need to get back into it, especially with my 10K run in June. I’m so excited about it.

My boyfriend and I ate at Chipotle for lunch today and split a burrito. We ate the barbacoa burrito with rice, pinto beans, veggies, sour cream, cheese, pico de gallo, and guacamole. It was delicious. It’s been a while since I’ve been there and I usually get the sofrita. But, I might start getting the barbacoa since it was so good. We are usually fans of FreeBird but I had a coupon for a free burrito for Chipotle.

We’re trying to eat less when we go out to eat, which is why we split the burrito. Whenever we know that a meal will be huge, we will split it. It’ll save money and calories. We’re both trying to eat better and lose weight. Splitting the meals will definitely help. I actually have a number of pounds (10-15) I want to lose by summer and it’ll be difficult.

I really have to get back into working out more and eating better. It’s hard with being busy and it’ll be easier once I graduate. In the meantime, I should work on meal planning better and sticking with it. I should also get in some form of exercise in most days of the week.

I’ll do my best to eat leftovers for lunch. The meals my parents cook for dinner are healthy and I should really bring the leftovers for my lunches. If I don’t, I usually end up buying lunch (waste of money and calories). I don’t always have the time to prep my lunches beforehand. I also have my breakfast planned out for the week. It’ll be an egg scramble with chicken apple sausage, mushroom, spinach and little bit of shredded mozzarella cheese.

I did a little grocery shopping today and it came up to a little less than $20. I didn’t take a picture of my grocery haul. I went to Sprouts and bought:

  • pre-sliced baby portabella mushrooms
  • bagged fresh spinach
  • all natural chicken apple sausage raised without antibiotics
  • kombucha (it’ll be my first time drinking it)
  • truffle flavored potato chips (Sprouts Brand)
  • Organic Honey Wheat Bread

Well, that is it for now.

What’s your plan for the week?

Weekly Meals and Workouts 92 + Easy Breakfast Burritos

Happy Sunday everyone. How are you guys doing today? I’m doing alright, thank you very much. I did not run today but I still worked out. I will be running tomorrow. Before I get more into the post, here is my plan for the week.

Hevil’s Healthy Devil – Meal Plan Template

1-10-16 Meal Plan

My lunches will either be leftovers from dinner or I will be making some sort of pasta dish.


Sunday-   2 mile walk + Jillian Michael’s Extreme Shed and Shred

Monday-  5 mile run + abs

Tuesday-   4 mile run + strength

Wednesday- HIIT Yoga

Thursday- 3 mile run + strength

Friday- 4 mile intervals

Saturday- rest


Example of leftovers: teriyaki chicken (homemade teriyaki sauce), cauliflower, shrimp, rice

My breakfast burritos are so easy to make.

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All you need are:

  • a bag of spinach
  • a bag of the Boca Ground Crumbles (you can use ground meat as well)
  • Southwest Chipotle Seasoning
  • 9 eggs
  • 1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese (you can use as much as you want)
  • 8-9 whole wheat tortillas

You’ll need two pans to cook this.


  1. Saute the spinach.
  2. In another nonstick pan, cook the Boca Crumbles. Add the seasoning. Once the crumbles are cooked all the way through, crack the eggs into the mixture and mix and let the eggs cook.
  3. Mix the egg mixture into the spinach. Mix in the cheese.
  4. Add a portion of the mixture onto a tortilla and roll it up into a burrito. Do it until you run out of the filling.
  5. Freeze at least half of the burritos. Take them out the night before to let them defrost and heat up before eating.
  6. I always add avocado and sirarcha/or salsa into the burrito after heating it up.
  7. Enjoy!

I know that it may not look that appetizing but it is really simple and delicious!

What is your plan for the week?

Do you like breakfast burritos?