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I'm bringin' back an old favorite of mine!
No, not slap bracelets or Troll dolls. (Although…that would be awesome.)
I'm bringing back my MEAL PLANNER!
Why am I doing this? Because when I was working hard on my book, Eat the Yolks, I got lazy on a few things. I quit using my meal planner, and we paid for it. Molding, forgotten food in the back of the refrigerator is not cool.
(Of course, the chickens love us. But it's not ideal when you're on a budget. That food is supposed to be for us.)
Now that my book is done – and, may I say, a best-seller (toot, toot) I'm going to start using my meal planner again – and you can too!
I use a simple pen-to-paper template from my Good Food for Bad Cooks site that you can download and use FREE – click here!
Be sure to check out our success tips while you're at it!
(Psst: Good Food for Bad Cooks members get an online shopping list generator, along with TONS more Real Food goodness!)
Here's how I game plan:
I meal plan on Fridays so I have time to grocery shop over the weekend, make a few things in bulk on Sunday, and get all prepped for a fantastic, successful, healthy week.
Get started with the blank meal planner, or check out a few of my sample meal plans below!
Thanks for reading, and happy planning!
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