I love the title of this meal planning ebook. I feel like this has been my motto for the last couple of weeks since I got back on to my planning meals kick. This summer I have been a bit lazy about wanting to plan, but one of my favorite sites Allrecipes and this ebook, “Plan it, Don’t Panic” got me back on track.
So, to fill you in… I downloaded this ebook to my kindle (which I mostly use the kindle app on my iPhone these days) first of all. I’m all about easy and for me, having everything in one place is easy. That is why I like using my iPhone for E.V.E.R.Y.T.H.I.N.G. including meal planning. I don’t like having to pull down recipe books, binders, and folders to plan meals. Sad, I know. I realize that some of you are paper people and that is why this ebook is great. Stephanie, the author of “Plan It, Don’t Panic”, has a variety of printable planning pages as well as ideas for getting all your recipes together in one place whether you are an electronic lover or book/paper lover. She also has chapters on different meal planning methods (two-week, weekly, monthly, etc.), tips on saving money through meal planning, and resources for making meal planning easier.
For one week only…
Starting Monday, Sept.2nd and ending Monday, Sept.9, “Plan It, Don’t Panic” will be just $0.99 on Amazon (for Kindle readers).
Click on the link to get your ebook copy today. :) I am an affiliate with Amazon and Stephanie from the Keeper of the Home blog. I only am affiliates with products that I have tried and love.
If you aren’t a member of Allrecipes, you should consider that to help you with your meal planning. I have the Allrecipes app on my phone and it makes it very easy to find recipes based on ratings and save them in my Allrecipes recipe box and shopping list. Before going to the store, I check off which items I already have on my shopping list on my phone. Then I go to the store and start checking away on my phone as I find what I need for those recipes. Love it!
What meal planning ideas or favorites do you have? Share with us!