Meal Planning When Planning isn’t Your Plan
I love to cook, but I don’t like to plan.
When I worked full time outside the home I would do month long meal plans and did a pretty good job keeping up with them. Using monthly calendar meal planning helped me to stay on task.
After becoming a stay at home mom and homeschooling teacher, I grew tired of sticking with that type of schedule. In fact, generally speaking I’m not much of a planner. I began to just wing it with meals and started cooking whatever I fancied in the moment. I still do that nearly 9 SAHM and 6 HS years later.
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10 Days of Meal Planning at Great Peace Academy
- Day 1 Grocery Shopping with Pantry in Mind
- Day 2 Keeping a, Well Stocked Pantry
- Day 3 How I Stock up with Canning
- Day 4 Freezing for Keeping
- Day 5 Working with What You Have
- Day 6 Meal Planning Printables
- Day 7 My Favorite Recipes
- Day 8 Cooking for a Small Family
- Day 9 My Go To Meals
- Day 10 Repurpose Leftovers
10 Days of Meal Planning When You Don’t Like to Plan is now available in a downloadable eBook.
This 10 Days Post is a part of the iHomeschool Network Autumn Hopscotch.
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2 Replies to “Meal Planning at the Academy”
I just downloaded your Menu Planning printables…genius! Hoping THIS will finally help me stay on top of my oh so ambitious goal of complete organization!!! Probably not, but hey, it’s a great start! Thanks for making them available!!!
So glad you like them. I hope that you fild them helpful.