This is where I get my favorite stuff, and find helpful information. A few of these links may generate a (very) small commission for me, which helps to keep this website running at no additional cost to you. Some of these links are here just because they’re my favorites. 🙂 I hope you find this helpful!
Meal Planning Resources
365: One Year of Healthy Meal Plans for Busy Families – a full, reusable 12 months of meal plans, shopping lists, prep-ahead sheets, and tons more! Now there’s an optional upgrade to make the meal plan editable and customizable for your family.
Makeover Your Mornings – this online course is inexpensive, and it changed my life! I highly recommend taking this course (it just takes a few minutes per day) to help you get organized so that you can make meal planning a habit.
My Ultimate Meal Planning Guide – hundreds of meal ideas!
11 Different Printable Menu Planning Forms from MoneySavingMom.com
Really Cute Meal Planning Sheet and Grocery List from JustaGirlandHerBlog.com
Trim Healthy Mama Plan Book (<——-workingathomeschool.com is actually mentioned in this book! So exciting!)
Instant Pot (my #1 kitchen tool)
Food Processor (my second-favorite kitchen tool)
Lily’s Baking Chips; sometimes I can find these cheaper at Whole Foods
Creole Seasoning (I buy this brand because it’s gluten-free and MSG-free)
Almond Flour (sometimes I can find this for less at Costco)
Just Like Brown Sugar (this seems pricey, but 1 bag lasts me months and months)
eBates.com – I had to share this one – I’ve gotten over $202 cash back from online shopping that I was already doing anyway! Pretty cool, right? Basically, all you have to do is sign up for an eBates account, and then shop at your favorite stores online. You get a percentage of the money you spend back in a check, or deposited into your PayPal account. I pretty much love eBates, because the cash I’ve gotten there is paying for my kids’ homeschool curriculum!
Money Saving Mom – I’ve already gone on and on about how much I love Money Saving Mom’s Makeover Your Mornings eCourse (it’s amazing), but MSM has tons of FREE information on how to save money on groceries. This is an incredible resource for saving money!