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AD. Regular readers will know that I am a HUGE fan of meal planning. I find that it helps me stay in control of what we eat, keeps us healthier, saves us money and also avoids stress during the busy ‘witching hour’ when our daughter is being high maintenance. Meal planning since having my daughter has become more important, so much so that I actually share my meal plans weekly. This helps me to stay accountable and just makes life a lot easier for me. Today I want to talk to you about the Reduce Your Food Spend course, which is designed to help you learn everything you need to know to meal plan effectively.
I am already a bit of a meal planning expert but when I was offered the chance to review the Reduce Your Food Spend I thought I would see if it was useful, and I wasn’t disappointed at all.
When starting the Reduce Your Food Spend course I was introduced to the course and then the different modules were laid out. I liked reading what was going to be coming up next and felt excited to race through the course! In this course I learned how to organise my kitchen, how to build a stockpile and how to meal plan.
Early into the course, before starting the first module, there were printables included. I love printables, as I’m a fan of being organised, and I these were a really nice touch to the course. The printables help you to meal plan, and write a shopping list. Also there was a bonus spending diary printable which I’m looking forward to using myself this month.
Personally I found that I was able to complete the course in well under an hour. This doesn’t mean it is poor quality, or not informative, but rather that it wasn’t padded with lots of useless knowledge. This suited me, as I’m usually short on time, and by the end of the course I had learned a few new tips myself, despite being a meal planning pro!
I took away lots of useful information from this course, and feel that I’m even better at meal planning now. I’m always looking for ways to save money and organise our life better. Sitting down once a week, or even once per fortnight, lets me plan our dinners, write shopping lists and keep on track with our food budget for the month. I LOVED that this course came with an actual example meal plan with ideas for breakfast, lunch and dinners for an entire week. This was really useful and I love the other tips that I picked up in the Reduce Your Food Spend course. Overall my opinion of this course was really high, it was well laid out, simple yet informative and gave genuine tips and help, with actual examples.
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I received the Reduce Your Food Spend course for free in exchange for an honest review, all opinions are my own.