At least I hope!
Last night I signed up for E-Mealz. I heard about it from a friend’s Twitter account and thought I’d check it out. Working from home, I almost always have time to cook, I just never know WHAT to cook, and I’m certainly not disciplined enough to sit down at make a meal plan every week and compile a shopping list.
So for $1.25 a week, E-Mealz is going to do it for me. I chose the meal plan that best suits our family (they offer low-fat, portion control, vegetarian, gluten-free, etc), and my preferred grocery store (you can also choose an “any store” plan), and each week they provide you with a list of seven meals and side dishes based on your meal plan and what’s on sale at your specified grocery store. In addition to eliminating my “what’s for dinner” stress, I’m hoping it’s going to save us some money, too.
I’ll keep you posted. I’ve already done our shopping for this week, so I’ll start the plan next week. If you’re interested in checking E-Mealz out, check out this link: