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Hello, I hope you’re well! We are about to start two weeks off school and I’m excited not to have to do the school run first thing in the morning! I’ve planned some easy dinners for the week ahead, as I’ve been feeling sick a lot of the day and don’t want to resort to buying lots of takeaways because I feel too sick or tired to cook.
Meal planning helps us to have low food waste which is really important to me. I feel really sad if we have to throw something in the bin, thinking of both the environmental impact and the fact that other people struggle to afford food. I am always trying to take steps to make sure we are avoiding overspending on groceries.
I’ve been meal planning for well over 2 years now pretty much every single week. It is a great way for us to save money and I really enjoy having a nice variety of meals to choose from each week.
Each week other lovely bloggers link up their meal plans, to try and share recipes around with one another, inspire each other and hopefully drive a little bit of extra traffic too! I really enjoy running this linky and seeing what meals everyone is cooking that week.
The rules of the Meal Planning Linky
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What I will give you in return for linking up with The Meal Planning Linky
I will comment on all posts linked up
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Share your post on my Twitter – at least once every week
A link back to my favourite meal plan each week (Follow link)
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How to link up with The Meal Planning Linky Week #146
Once your post is live all you need to do is hit the button that says “Click here to enter”. This takes you to the link-up page where you can add your post.
My favourite meal plan from last week: Madhouse Family Review
The Meal Planning Linky Week #146
Leftovers with air fryer tortilla chips
Chinese night – Spring rolls, special fried rice and ribs
Katsu chicken and slow cooker rice
If you’re looking for meal planning inspiration then be sure to read my meal planning tips. Also, check out my meal planning with mince post. I’ve also got a post about making a roast chicken go further.