it's five o'clock
and the kids have just asked "what's for dinner?" for the millionth time.
it's six o'clock
and your new husband has just announced cheerfully, "my mother's dropping by in an hour for dinner; make something special, won't you?"
(This is you now).
it's seven o'clock
and your four kids are finally in bed. You tiptoe back to the kitchen, exhausted, and your partner is waiting at the table with "so, what's for dinner?"
it's eight o'clock
and you're just getting home from taxiing everyone around. You didn't have time to do the food shopping today and you're pretty sure someone ate the last of the bread.
it's nine o'clock
and you've finally got in from that late work thing. You're starving and the chicken is still frozen.
Dinner is an hour away.
rest of your life?!
then let me help.
all the stress of planning your meals would simply fade away and you could regain some of that valuable time for YOU to do what YOU want.
- and much, much more.
Chinese proverb. Sort of.
You will learn:
Which style of meal planning best suits you and your schedule;
How to fit meal planning into your weekly (or monthly) routine;
How to plan your meals using what you already have in the cupboards/fridge/freezer at home;
How to write an organised shopping list so that you buy ONLY what you need;
How to cut down on waste and prep time by repurposing food;
How to utilise the freezer and slow cooker (crock pot) to help you get ahead;
All the skills you need so that you can continue to plan for yourself, whenever you need
and loads more!
Can you help me?