a step-by-step meal plan guide
Meal planning is a sanity saver.
It’s also a really great way to stick to a budget, calm those afternoon what am I going to cook nerves and significantly lessen your food waste.
So why is it that so many of us find it so difficult to write a plan and stick to it?
It’s because we’re busy, yes. But it’s also because we lack motivation, we’ve got fussy eaters, we’re dealing with multiple food intolerances and at the end of the day, we’ve lost any passion we may have had for making the family meal.
Cue: Stacey Clare. She’s a healthy mum who’s pretty passionate about cooking good, simple, nourishing food for her family of four. She’s also incredibly good at facetime live – she shares tips and tricks for finding organic produce at cheap prices, the best way to use leftovers and sneaky yet successful methods for adding vegies to breakfast, lunch and dinner.
I really like Stace and her no frills, no fuss approach to food. Today she’s launching her second Family Meal Plan Guide – a month of recipes and shopping lists so you don’t have to plan! She holds your hand for the entire time – tells you exactly what to buy, how to cook it, how to use leftovers and how to sneak extra veg into meals.
If you’re anything like me and feel a little lacklustre with your current plan (or lack thereof) then this is most definitely for you!
The course starts on February 2 – perfect timing if you ask me! The kids will be back at school and pre-school and routines will be in place. It’s the very best time to start anew in the kitchen and create some healthy, efficient cooking habits that will, with a little determination, stick for the entire year.
If you want to get a sense of Stace’s food beliefs and cooking style, head over to her Stress-Free Dinners Training Series.
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