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I'm definitely going to set some eat at home goals. Probably going to take it slow at first, or I might lose steam. I'm going to try to cook at least two nights during the week and then eat leftovers the other three weeknights. And weekends should be 100% at home.

Yesterday I made a big pot of chili so we can have some leftover nights. I also made sure I had stuff available to make quesadillas and we've got plenty of eggs for a "breakfast for dinner".

I've got a slow cooker, but I am afraid to leave it all day. Most of the recipes calls for 8 hours and we'd be gone from the house longer than that.

I do steel cut oats overnight in it, and they work great. Maybe I can do it during the day and we can have an "oatmeal" night, too!
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