Menu planning for busy people

I've written this post previously, but since I've nearly halved my grocery bill I wanted to share it again! The first time I talked about it was in my post entitled "Time". So here it is! Again! I've not always been organised, it has taken years to get here! This post is to encourage and … Continue reading Menu planning for busy people

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Ten daily tasks to make your life easier. MUCH easier!

I just want to start this post by saying that my house most often looks, well, let's just call it "lived in". Yes. That term is a polite way to put it. Lived in. I like that. Now, to get it to look slightly less "lived in" aka neat and tidy... I have a list … Continue reading Ten daily tasks to make your life easier. MUCH easier!

Hand wash vs dishwash(er).

Yesterday I washed all my dishes by hand. Then I did it again today. I have a perfectly functioning dishwasher, so why? Well! I recently read a book by Joshua Becker titled "the more of less". In this book he has a section on why he stopped using his dishwasher. It's an interesting read, you … Continue reading Hand wash vs dishwash(er).

Creating Margin through Efficiency.

Societal demands placed on mum's (and dad's), as well as the pressure we place on ourselves are increasingly crippling families. Demands on what needs to be done in the home - think raising amazing children, cooking, cleaning, washing, having a pristine house. And also demands on what is seen to be necessary to be done … Continue reading Creating Margin through Efficiency.

Shopping your meal plan.

Are you ready for some retail therapy? Ok, grocery shopping is NOT classed as retail therapy BUT once you start seeing the savings you're making from all the effort you've just put in, then you may be able to direct those savings to something more enjoyable... Once you've done all the planning that you've read … Continue reading Shopping your meal plan.