Ugh. My life lesson of the week: it’s hard to feel elegant with a head cold. (Also, I am constantly amazed by the human body’s ability to produce such QUANTITIES of mucus. But you didn’t come here to read about … Continue reading →
Meal planning for weight loss is not much different from regular meal planning—whether you’re counting calories, fat, points, or something else entirely, it’s just one more small thing to keep in mind. You might change where you look for your … Continue reading →
A couple of weeks ago, I posted the latest in my meal planning series of budget-friendly organic meal plans, and a lot of the comments I received had to do with the fact that people LOVED that you used up … Continue reading →
Most of my previous meal plan suggestions have started with a “Sunday” roast and then stretched the meat and other leftovers over the rest of the week. This one is a little different, in that it’s pretty meat-lite, and doesn’t … Continue reading →
So, if you’re like many people, you may have cooked corned beef for St. Patrick’s day. And, like many people, you may have some leftovers. This meal plan starts with a traditional meal of corned beef, cabbage, and carrots (with … Continue reading →
In case you’re new here, these Budget Organic Meal Plans start with a “Sunday” roast (that you can cook any night of the week, of course) and then repurpose the leftovers into additional meals. You can check out the first … Continue reading →
One of the key differences between my method of meal planning and others I’ve seen is that I try to help you set up a framework for picking recipes—because I know what it’s like to sit down with a stack of cookbooks and the whole internet in front of you and thinking, “Now what??”
I call my method Themes, and I’ve got a great little tool for applying your themes in the meal planning worksheet that comes as a free bonus with the ebook. Check out this video to see how it works.
One of the coolest features of the meal planning worksheet that comes FREE as a bonus with my new meal planning ebook is that you can create lists of your favorite recipes within the document, and then select them from a simple drop down list. Honestly, it couldn’t be any easier than that!
This video shows you how to edit the existing list and add your own lists of recipes to the worksheet.
My brand new ebook, “Meal Planning for Real People on Real Budgets,” comes with a really neat meal planning worksheet that I designed in Excel. I couldn’t find a meal planning template that did everything I wanted it to do, so I made my own! And now, I’m offering it as a free bonus with the ebook!
I’m thrilled to announce the release of my brand new ebook: “Meal Planning for Real People on Real Budgets.” Remember back a few weeks ago when I asked you guys what projects I should work on next? Well, the overwhelming … Continue reading →