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Meal planning and organization go hand-in-hand! If you aren’t meal planning, you are losing time and money at the same time.
About two years ago, I started meal planning for my family. In just the first week, I saw a difference in my grocery bill as well as the amount of time I had. I started packing all of the lunches in Sunday afternoons and weekday mornings changed forever! The dinner planning literally put money in my pocket. I could make the most of my pantry and freezer and just add what we absolutely needed, primarily fresh dairy and produce. I was able to plan meals according to what I already had available and what was on sale at the store.
15 Meal Plans
What an amazing set of resources for such a great price of $37! Meal planning can put that cash right back into your pocket!
My personal favorites from this awesome bundle:
- Grocery Savings PowerPack eCourse – because who doesn’t love to save money
- How to Meal Plan eCourse – a great course if you are brand-new to meal planning
- Meal Planning Success Kit printable – I keep track so I don’t duplicate meals too often
- The Healthy Lunch Box eBook – great ideas and tips for kids and adults alike
Why do any of us want to be more organized? In order to maximize our resources! Planning ahead for your family’s meals will save you both time and money, and you can never really have too much of either resource. I saw such a drop in my grocery bill not to mention the time I got back. No more buying chicken tenderloins when I already know I have a bag in the big freezer, and no more scrambling to make multiple lunches on a Tuesday morning.