Planning your meals for the week allows you to be stress-free when you’re asked the dreaded question “What’s for dinner?”
The key word here is ‘planning’. Limit those trips to the store. Plan your meals, go to the store one time to pick up any ingredients your lacking and be done with it.
This saves you time and money. Each time you go to the store, you’re likely to pick something extra that wasn’t on your list. Avoiding that means saving money. Also, save money from not taking the easy road to a restaurant. With no commitments to your meals, it’s easy to say “Ugh, let’s just go pick up something” which is pricey!
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Select local stores that you frequently shop.
Select the foods that you enjoy eating and any restrictions you prefer your recipes to be without.
It will then tell you which foods are on sale at your favorite stores. Magic! Now, all you need to do is select recipes based on what is on sale or what sounds good. Plan your week and print your shopping list.