Disclaimer: I am an eMeals blogger and receive my subscription for free in exchange for promoting their services. However, I love them and highly recommend their program. All thoughts, ideas and opinions belong to Sunshine Praises. This recipe belongs to eMeals.
It’s no lie. I am a die hard eMeals believer. I know they can do wonders for my organization, family time and my budget but just like every good intention, I have a tendency to get lazy and forget how much I LOVE THEIR MENUS! Seriously. I forget. I forgot how much my kids like the Kid Friendly dinners. I forget how easy it is to shop with their shopping list app. I forget how much time it saves me to use their preset dinner plans.
and then I feel like a big dummy.
And I sigh loudly when my kids ask me whats for dinner.
And I spend too much at the store because I am just grabbing random things that sound good.
And I waste time cutting coupons and not being prepared.
Are you like me? Are you staring into your computer, spreading out ads and coupons and trying to figure out what you are going to feed your family this week and still maintain a budget?
There is no need to do this. You and I have the secret.
Ok, so it’s not really a secret but we have the key that unlocks the internet door to meal planning joy.
All you have to do is sign up for any of the 16 different plans that eMeals offers. Download the free app and voila the you have a weeks worth of dinner plans ready to go.
Oh, and they have a new Budget Friendly plan.
Also if you want, they also have breakfast and lunch plans. *I always do this in the summer. Well.Worth.IT
So here, a little gift for you.
Make it easy on yourself.
And then come back to this post and let me know what you love about eMeals. I promise you won’t be disappointed.
In the meantime, check out this great dinner recipe.