Danny And I do a monthly grocery shopping at Walmart and but the rest of what we need… salad stuff, milk etc at our little country store. We started doing that when we first moved out of the RV and into the house.
It is easy for me with a master list and an add on list.
I have meals I make all of the time. Danny is a meat and potatoes guy.
He also loves salads.
Throughout the month, I keep a list of what we run out of and add what else I want.
When I get to get to the store, I also check for sales, especially in the meat section.
I really don’t need or want a meal plan…. But I know many people depend on them.
This is the first of a new series.
Happy 2018, friends! I’m so excited to be back with you this year. Christmas was fun BUT I’m a little ready to get back into a more normal routine. Whatever normal means. 🙂 I have some yummy recipes on tap to share this winter but first I wanted to pop in to introduce a new series that will debut on Friday!
Introducing… How I Eat: Meal Planning for Normal People!
Whether you’re cooking for one or a crowd, I firmly believe that good food shouldn’t be sacrificed just because life is busy. Meal planning is the best way for me to accomplish this as a full-time working mom and wife. This seems to be the consensus for many of my friends as well, no matter their current life stage (working/staying at home, single/married, kids/no kids, etc.). I think most people–especially foodies (and that includes YOU if you’re reading this!)–have heard…
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