Hey guys! I know I talk a lot about meal planning and I want to revisit the topic again today. This time though, I want to talk about using your homemaking binder and doing it without apps and digital tools. You do have a homemaking binder, right? If not, it’s ok because it’s never too late to start one and in this post I’m even including meal planning worksheets to help get you started.
Meal planning has always been a way of life for me. Growing up I spent a lot of time with my grandparents in West Virginia and developed a strong love for big family meals and lazy Sunday mornings. I also learned how to make delicious meals using very humble ingredients. It’s just the way of life in this region. Everything has a purpose and nothing goes to waste. Everything is either eaten raw, cooked, or canned for later. I can’t even begin to tell you how many days I spent in the kitchen with my grandmother stringing beans, making biscuits, and canning tomatoes. She knew a lot about homemaking and taught me a lot of shortcuts for meal planning. In fact, my first housewarming party was actually focused on stocking the kitchen, not building a home.
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