Let’s talk about the sexy stuff.

I’m not kidding. I want to share what I think is sexy.

I’m only talking about me, right… not passing judgement on anyone else. Just sharing how I feel about sexy times and how my definition of ‘sexy’ has changed as I’ve morphed into some semblance of a grown up.

What turns me on? Order, decisiveness, calm. Maybe I’ve reached a point in my life when symbiosis matters.

Perhaps it’s just the chaos that three children constantly create that gives me little tolerance for disordered grown-ups? Jeez, I am judgy aren’t I?

Anyway, I find a week with a meal plan in place creates a super sexy vibe in my life. The chaos is reduced, the kitchen has a rhythm & my time and energy is more my own. I’m more likely to be on top of my emails, in bed earlier & therefore well rested. (My husband is listening to the audiobook of ‘Why we sleep’ by Matthew Walker and keeps telling me the importance of 8hrs of sleep – and clearly having good sleep IS massively sexy!)

Many people I talk to say that they keep meaning to meal plan, but don’t. From my own experience, I know that when I’m firefighting my way through the week, planning ahead doesn’t even get a look in. But if there’s a tiny crack in your week, maybe give it a try and see? After a few weeks, you’ll be addicted.

If you’re one of those people who draws a blank when meal planning, sign up to my newsletter – there’s a pink panel to the right of this post. And you’ll get 25 meal ideas each week, so you can return to the newsletter each week when you’re meal planning for inspiration.

I’m also in the redesign stage of The MasterPlan right now which is my 8-week meal plan for omnivore families. I’m doing a hard launch in September, but it will be available sooner than that for any keen beans looking to get sexy over the summer.

Meanwhile, I’m off to squeeze a bit of my own meal planning in before a bit of work & the school run.

Because I’m worth it!

[Hair flick. Mic drop.]