With a good meal plan, it can be easy and leave you feeling full and satisfied after each meal. My perspective with weight loss is to focus on meals high in protein, fat, and vegetables. This will fill you up without consuming too many carbohydrates. Seriously- these meals I recommend take minutes to make. Even ordering out takes way longer than that. The week before your big day can be a hectic one. There can be final dress fittings, last-minute errands, pick-ups of various bits and pieces as well as friends and family arriving from out of town.
With just a week left before your wedding, we’re sure that you have a mile-long list of ‘ to-dos ‘ that you still need to check off before you walk down the aisle. But allow us to introduce you to your list of don’ts. Listen up brides, because there are some things to avoid the week before your wedding to ensure that you look and feel your very best on the big day. Luckily, we’re here to break them all down. The week before your wedding is the time to take care of all those last-minute details. Pull out your favorite nail polish, because you’ll want to get a manicure a day or two before your rehearsal dinner. And don’t forget to deliver the final headcount to your wedding venue. But what about the things to avoid the week before your wedding? For starters, we know you’ve been taking top-notch care of your skin in the months leading up to your wedding date. But you won’t want to make any changes to your tried-and-true skincare routine in the days before your nuptials, in case of a negative complexion reaction.
Diet Tips. Meet the Expert. Alcohol : A good rule of thumb to drink at least one cup of water in between each alcoholic drink. Kirsch recommends having one espresso in the morning. For example, if you currently exercise three days per week, ramp it up to five. Day 1 was boring. After three days of no carbs, I was craving them! If your goal is to lose weight, make sure to start a new fitness program well before your dress fittings. Looking to lose weight? But allow us to introduce you to your list of don’ts.