I am desperate to get this clutter taken care of. Are you kidding me with all the presents? And a huge problem in my personal space is that I get tunnel vision while working on sewing and craft projects, and the whole house suffers. I've started chipping away at the giant mess, but it's nice not to have to worry about what's for dinner; you know?
You know I've been a blogger for eMeals for quite a while now. In exchange for sharing my (hugely positive) opinion on their services, I receive a subscription of my own. In the time since I first began with eMeals (nearly two years ago!!!), they've added a lot more options and choices. I'm still sticking with the slow-cooker plan at the moment, because - it's cold and I have limited time.
If you're strapped for time as well, but not so much interested in slow cooker meals, you can try the 30 Minute Family Plan!
For those of you out there who are like my father-in-law or my own my mom, there's a Diabetic Dinner Plan, which I think is exciting news.
eMeals has been around for 10 years now, so it's no wonder the plans have so much variety now! 16 dinner options, a breakfast plan, a lunch plan, and even a plan for desserts!
|just a sampling of the dinner plan options eMeals offers|
Do you have any tips or tricks for keeping up with meal planning? I definitely feel that it makes the whole week go smoother when I know what I'll be making for dinner ahead of time.