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Thanksgiving is next week! Or depending on when you read this I guess that could be different. But for us here in this moment, it’s next week! How would it feel to know that someone already has the most mouth-watering Thanksgiving meal plan all ready for you?
What if someone not only had the meal plan ready for you, but also had a grocery list that will keep your grocery grand total UNDER $50 for the entire Thanksgiving dinner!?!
Yeah that would be nice! Let me know if you find someone doing that please!
You came to the right place! In this post I am going to show you how to plan, shop, and host an amazing Thanksgiving dinner for under $50!
You’re motivated! You have your entire month’s worth of whole 30 meal plan ready for your family. This is going to be awesome! You’re family is going to be SO HEALTHY!
And then you sit down for the first meal and reality sets in. None of your kids will even try dinner…
Holy frustrating! Right?
In this month’s whole 30 meal plan I made sure to choose not only budget friendly meals, but are recipes that either your family will love as is or are easily adaptable to accommodate any picky eaters.
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It’s always a bit of a time commitment to do a whole month of grocery shopping on at budget at once, but I am SO glad I do it. This month was actually a little bit easier now that my two older kids are back in school.
It’s still a little tiring however.
So if it is so exhausting you might be wondering to yourself, “Then why do it?”
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Did you know that our family goes grocery shopping for an ENTIRE month’s worth of groceries all in one day? No joke! If it can stay in the fridge freezer or pantry for 30 days, we buy it all in one morning.
I’m sure you have a bunch of questions. What about fresh produce and meat? How do you have enough cash to cover it all? I put together another post that answers all those questions and you can get the details right here.
In today’s post I am going to walk you through how we are sticking to a $400 monthly budget for our family of five and sharing tips on how you can easily save money on your groceries too!
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Summer time is when things can go a little haywire with your meal planning. That’s why I am dishing up these delicious grilling and summer inspired recipes that will help you feed a crowd! It’s time to say goodbye to the cozy meals and hello to the light, fresh and grilled fare we enjoy during a picnic or cookout!
This month, I am committed to sharing with you how my family deals with all of these “unforeseen” events and plans for them as much as possible.
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Ever feel like life is moving faster than you can keep up? I feel ya Pearl! Which is exactly why in this month’s meal planning on a budget I have included only meals that are super easy and crazy quick to pull together!
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Meal planning is one of two major game changers when it came to our family once and for all sticking with our budget. It is what helped our family go from spending over $1,000 a month on food down to $400!
Follow along in our monthly meal planning and grocery shopping to get tips and ideas to help your family do meal planning on a budget.