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November Giveaway 2: Meal Planning and Kitchen Stuff

Nov 13, 2012
Most of us like to eat good food, but cooking it is not always fun. When cooking for a family, or even just for yourself, it's a good idea to plan your meals. In addition to being more organized, planning meals helps you to
save money since you'll know exactly what you need to buy from the grocery. I suggest sitting down for a few minutes on a Sunday and planning your meals for the entire week.

This giveaway for this week is for one of my Meal Planning and Kitchen Essentials set of printables.





This colorful set includes:


  • Meals for the Week Planner - Save time and money by planning your meals, Monday to Sunday!
  • Monthly Meal Planner - Plan your meals for the month with this worksheet.
  • Pantry Inventory - Keep track of the contents of your pantry by listing items, expiration dates, quantities, and units (weight, numbers, etc)
  • Fridge & Freezer Inventory - Keep track of frozen and refrigerated items too.
  • Our Favorite Recipes - This sheet lets you list your family's "go to" recipes so you never run out of ideas for what to cook!
  • Grocery Shopping List (2 pages) - A very detailed grocery shopping list with categories and plenty of room for your own categories and notes.

How to Enter:

You can enter in one or all of the following ways:

1) Comment below with your biggest organizing challenge when it comes to cooking or anything kitchen-related.

2) Share the link to this giveaway on your Facebook wall or page and comment below to say you've done it.

3) Pin this giveway on Pinterest and comment below to say you've done it.

4) Tweet this Giveaway on Twitter and comment below to say you've done it.

Each item above will count as a separate entry, so the more you do, the more chances you'll win! This giveaway will be open from November 13, 2012 to November 20, 2012. One winner will be chosen at random and announced on Tuesday, November 20, 2012. Giveaway is open to anyone worldwide!

Good luck! :)
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17 comments:

  1. my biggest is making and recognizing all ingredients needed for the week. i always have to go back to the store because i forgot something!!

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  2. My biggest hassle is that I'm the only non-meat eater in my family, so I have to prepare all my food separately!

    <3 Melissa
    melissa.lynn.amaral[at]gmail.com
    wildflwrchild.blogspot.com

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  3. Making sure we have everything we need for each meal so I don't end up going shopping a dozen times that week! Also my husband can't eat wheat so often I end up cooking either two separate meals or two separate sides to go with a meal.

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  4. My biggest challenge is planning my menu in advance.

    melodyj(at)gmail(dot)com

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  5. my biggest challenge is to start easting healthy and training. I am planning that for the 1st of december so I am in this giveaway casue this may help me a lot
    xxxxx
    joxy88@gmail.com

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  6. My biggest challenge is coming up with healthy low-carb meals for my husband! Thanks for the giveaway!
    maria.the.uncommon at gmail dot com

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  7. ug, i have the hardest time keep the counters clutter free!

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  8. My biggest challenge is knowing what I have in my pantry on a regular basis.

    coolwhip715 at hotmail dot com

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  9. My biggest challenge is utilitzing everything that is in my pantry

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  10. Finding the time to make what I plan!

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  11. I have a shared kitchen with two other (MESSY) people. My biggest challenge is creating easy, obvious storage solutions so that they are user-friendly and I'm not the only one tidying! Meal planners would also help keep people from eating my ingredients before the meals!

    lokidokerson at rocketmail dot com

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  12. I have a tiny kitchen...so my problem is trying to store everything.. *sigh*

    jennirv4967 at gmail dot com

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  13. My biggest organizational challenge in my kitchen is sticking to a plan. I try to plan out meals, but my husband is very picky when it comes to anything healthy, so trying to find a balance between scratch made meals to heat up pizzas!

    polkadottedchaos@gmail.com

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  14. Biggest problem is not having the items I need for the recipe I want to make.

    hockeyheaven7@yahoo.com

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  15. My biggest issue is not knowing what ingredients I have! It's a mess

    squarekitties@yahoo.com

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  16. I tweeted as @kelseaeaton

    https://twitter.com/kelseaeaton/status/270750881291595776

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  17. My biggest challenge is my silverware because it slides all around inside my drawer.

    mundaneminnie at gmail dot com

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