Weekly and Fortnightly Clean Printables

I'm a wife. I'm a mum. I work. I don't have time to think about stuff a lot. Especially not boring stuff - like cleaning. Not if I want it to get done anyway. Yawn for what can be such a boring topic - cleaning. I wanted to make some cleaning checklists for weekly, fortnightly, … Continue reading Weekly and Fortnightly Clean Printables

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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!

It’s a wrap! Meal planning summary.

Well, that's all folks! How to meal plan... I thought it would be handy to have the whole series in one post to save you some time trying to find what you are looking for, so here it is! 5 big reasons to meal plan Save money, save time, reduce waste, anyone can do the … Continue reading It’s a wrap! Meal planning summary.

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.

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.