can we get real for a second, my ambitious meal planning friend?
IF I TOOK A PEEK IN YOUR KITCHEN RIGHT NOW, WHAT WOULD I SEE?
- A white board hanging in the kitchen with your meal plan from three weeks ago on display? You haven’t taken the time to update it because…well…life happened.
- Or maybe you actually have a fully completed meal plan, a fridge full of groceries, and yet the pizza delivery guy is knockin’ on the door with your dinner in tow.
- And if I peeked in your fridge would I find slimy lettuce and wilted cilantro in the back of your fridge because it went bad before you got a chance to use it? Or maybe you just forgot it was there?
You’ve saved dozens of recipes on Pinterest, even printed out some that looked really good. You want to meal plan, but sometimes life just gets in the way.
I get it. And I’m here to tell you it’s not your fault.
IT’S NOT YOUR FAULT THAT MEAL PLANNING HASN’T WORKED FOR YOU IN THE PAST…
Those picture-perfect Instagram stories make it look easy. But don’t let them fool you.
It’s not just the uber-organized, my-kids-eat-kale-and-brussels-sprouts-with-a-smile moms who can be successful at meal planning for the long haul.
Meal planning can work for us scatterbrained moms with the pickiest kids on the block, too.
We just need the right tools,