Pantry and Freezer Organisation.

The Freezer: For the longest time, my freezer has been full. What of, I wasn't exactly sure. It had become a place of well-meaning gone wrong. Frozen leftovers from dinner for lunches... long forgotten about. I couldn't even tell you how long some of the food had been in there, or even what the original … Continue reading Pantry and Freezer Organisation.

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.

Meal planning – setting the foundation.

In this part of the series we will set the foundation for your meals. You can read about whether to go old school or new school here. Meal planning can be a tedious task involving many hours of work, but the result will be well worth it. So grab these few things, and let's do … Continue reading Meal planning – setting the foundation.

There’s an app for that… should you use it? Menu planning edition.

I'm forever searching for apps that help with meal planning, home organisation and cleaning schedules to increase my efficiency as a busy working mum. So I download them, just to uninstall them 6 months later because I did not use them! Is this you too? There are SO MANY, too many apps out there that … Continue reading There’s an app for that… should you use it? Menu planning edition.

Five big reasons to meal plan.

"The average family spends $156.54 a week, or $13,900 a year on groceries and takeaway." This is according to a recap on a show called "Eat well, for less?" 1. The cost. What do you spend a week on groceries and takeaway? Statistically, Australia is one of the more expensive countries for food shopping. In … Continue reading Five big reasons to meal plan.