I’m working on a new project that I’m hoping will:
- Save you $$ by helping you avoid falling back on take-out as frequently
- Save you $$ by helping you avoid unnecessary trips to the grocery store
- Save you time by helping you easily prepare tasty meals for the freezer which can be thawed and cooked with little effort
- Save you even more time by making your dinnertime meal prep take 10 minutes or less
- Save your energy when you’re tired at the end of the day
- Make your family meals times a blessing
I want to equip you with everything you need, from grocery list to check-list. And of course, I’m playing with new recipe ideas that your family will love. My men happen to love this part of my job. ;)
Before I get too far into this project, I’m hoping you’ll answer these questions for me:
- How long do you spend cooking dinner each evening?
- How many nights per week do you “not feel like cooking?”
- How often do you throw your hands in the air and say, “Forget it. Let’s go out.”
- About how much money do you spend for your family to eat a meal at a restaurant?
- What kinds of recipes would help you eat at home more instead of resorting to going out?
By the way, you’ll receive no judgement from me about your eating out habits. :) As you know, our family eats out here and there when we’re on the road and shucks if I don’t love me a good burger and fries as a treat when we splurge like this.
But since you and I are working together to become healthier, to feed our families well, and to save money and time while doing so – I think we can all agree that eating out should be a treat, not the norm. Not to mention the deliciousness of home-cooked food. Melt-in-your-mouth goodness, that’s what it is. Thus, we will all benefit from this new project I’m working on.
Thank you in advance for helping me by answering any or all of the questions above. :)