How does meal planning go at your home? Are you the type to cook most meals or do you do take-out every night?
If you’re interested in learning how to meal plan in your home so that you don’t have to do take-out or you just want to organize your weekly menu a little better, there’s a great option for you:
by Crystal @ Crystal & Co
I just had the opportunity to read through Crystal’s new eBook and it’s great! Even for me, a mom who already plans a menu each week and rarely eats out, I was able to learn a few new things that would help me stay more organized and keep meal planning easy.
Crystal gives you step by step instructions on everything you need to get started. From making the menu, to buying the groceries, to cooking the meals. She also provides 5 printable worksheets for you to use and supplies lots of resources! She even gives you 14 of her recipes to help you get started or to give you some fun new things to try if you already meal plan.
One of my favorite things is her menu display ideas. Right now I just write the meals on a white board calendar in our kitchen. It’s useful for me, but I know as my kids get older I’ll want something they can look at instead of having to ask all the time. I know I did that to my mom!
If you’re new to the Crystal & Co blog, she also meal plans on her blog each week which can help you if you need a few ideas. That’s one of the hardest things for me is just thinking of the meals that I want to feed my family. But she has ways in her eBook to help you with that too! There’s also a How to Meal Plan Community on Facebook for more tips and pointers.
So click HERE to head over to purchase the How to Meal Plan eBook.
And even better news is that the eBook usually sells for $5.99,
but until the end of January it’s only $0.99!
Just enter mealplan2013 at checkout for the discount. Such a steal! You won’t want to miss out!
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