Meal Planning on the Go | with tmobile free data #tablettrio

Meal Planning on the Go | with tmobile free data #tablettrio

Meal Planning on the Go - with tmobile free data #TabletTrio | This shop is sponsored by #CollectiveBias and its advertiser. The story and opinions read here are entirely my own. As fall approaches and we get back into the swing of a set schedule one thing I would like to personally work on is our meal planning. I have always found pleasure in planning and preparing dinners however these past couple of years it has been quite a struggle to focus on food - especially after our son's feeding tube surgery. Going into a grocery store, let alone Continue reading

March Monthly Meal Plan

March Monthly Meal Plan

Here is the Monthly Meal Plan for March for those who have requested it. {I apologize for the little delay} It contains 31 meals. Again, they are broken it down into 4 separate documents that you can view and print out {just click on the links provided to view}. If anything check out the recipes - There are some really good selections! I'll be showcasing a few this month with tutorials.Here is The Meal Plan Menu: March 2010 Menu The Individual Meal Recipes with links: {Click below to view the document then simply click on the links to be Continue reading

February Monthly Meal Plan

February Monthly Meal Plan

Here is my Monthly Meal Plan for February for those who have requested it. It contains 27 meals {as I have left Valentine's Day open ~ I think I may make a special surf & turf meal}. I have broken it down into 4 separate documents that you can view and print out {just click on the link to view the full document}. Here is The Meal Plan Menu: February 2010 MenuThe Individual Meal Recipes with links: {simply click on the link to be taken to the original website in which you can print off the recipes} February 2010 RecipesThe Complete Continue reading

Our Monthly Meal Plan and How it Works For Us

Our Monthly Meal Plan and How it Works For Us

Ever spend countless hours doing weekly grocery shopping, walking aimlessly up and down each isle, tossing everything that looked appealing {or was on sale} into the cart, only to get home to hear the dreaded question, what's for dinner? and ask yourself.. What really is there for dinner? That was me. It was a nightmare that haunted me for years. How could I of just spent $200+ at the store and not have anything to put together a full meal once I got home. See for the first 10 years when it was just me and the hubby and it wasn't that bad. Continue reading