School started yesterday, guys. I sent my little Doodlebug off to a school that houses kindergarten through second grade in a building that rivals the size of my old junior high.
I am so not ready for this.
Our schedule has totally and completely changed, and I’m not ready for that, either. I’m trying to start my day job by 6:30 am so that I am able to leave the office in time for school pick-up by 4:00. By the time we get home, make dinner, clean-up, pack lunches, school bags, et cetera, the evening leaves little time leftover for good, quality family time.
Believe me, right now I am looking for any shortcut I can get.
That is why I am so excited to tell you about eMeals. If you haven’t heard of eMeals before, basically, it’s an online LIFESAVER. It is a meal planning service that incorporates everything you need in order to take the stress out of dinnertime.
This online service provides over 30 meal plan options that include easy to follow recipes and shopping lists and where possible are tied to weekly grocery store sales. You can choose from stores including Aldi, Kroger, Publix, Wal-Mart and Whole Foods, and from a variety of meal plans–from Gluten-Free, Low-Fat, Low-Carb, Portion Control, Vegetarian, and Natural and Organic.
Since I’m trying to get my jeans to button by the time fall arrives, we’ve been trying out the Portion Control plan at my house. Believe me when I tell you it is awesome. As much as I love food blogging, it is so nice right now to have someone else doing my planning and list making. Even better? eMeals even gives you an estimated price breakdown per item, so that you can budget your expenses.
Here’s a sample of what we’ve been making. Quick, no-fuss meals that are both kid and finicky husband approved!
Each week you will receive a brand new plan with a complete grocery list organized by sections. And each meal plan is as low as $5 per month!!
Want to learn more about eMeals or try it out for yourself? Click my affiliate link below:
Or maybe you just want to enter my giveaway for three-month subscription to the meal plan of your choice. Now, if I could just find a way to get someone else to do the actual shopping and food preparation…any takers?
Have a great Wednesday!
This giveaway was sponsored by eMeals, but any thoughts or opinions I’ve shared here are totally my own.
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