On this first week of October 2017,I am currently…
Styling: outfits from the Get Your Pretty On (GYPO) Fall Style Challenge. These challenges are always a lot of fun and incredibly helpful. They’ve taught me how to shop wisely AND how to stay on trend! Here are a few of my favorite outfits so far. (The Fall Work Wear Capsule is available now! Yes, that’s an affiliate link!)
Saving: time and money by using Prep Dish. Prep Dish provides weekly meal plans and more importantly, well-organized instructions for preparing the meals. Watch for a full review of my experience with Prep Dish REALLY soon!
Searching: for Christmas gift ideas. One of the items on my Autumn Adventures list is to enjoy Christmas shopping by doing it earlier. If I want hand-crafted gifts, for instance, I know I need to get them ordered soon. (I’m looking at you, Etsy!)
Picking: books I want to read and restaurants I want to try. I’m currently reading The War that Saved My Life, another fantastic recommendation by Modern Mrs. Darcy.
Making: time for a special treat! I’m treating myself to an afternoon out tomorrow! Books and food MIGHT be involved! Stay tuned for all the details!
What are YOU currently up to! Leave me a comment and let me know!
A few weeks ago I talked about how much I love Plan To Eat, a program that allows me to easily capture and file recipes I find online. It’s also a fantastic meal planning and shopping tool. Here’s some big news! PLAN TO EAT IS AVAILABLE AT HALF PRICE THIS WEEKEND! This is the only time you can save on this amazing tool.
Today I want to tell you about a tool I use in the kitchen ALL the time! It’s Plan to Eat, an online recipe organizer/meal planner/grocery list generator.
I don’t know about you, but I find a lot of recipes online these days. Plan to Eat allows me to capture those recipes with ONE simple click and save them to my online recipe book so I can easily find them later. I like this a lot! No more printouts of recipes crammed into a notebook with hundreds of other printouts of recipes.
THEN Plan to Eat lets you access those already-sorted-into-categories recipes and drag them onto a meal plan. Seriously! It’s that easy! Click here to take a tour of Plan to Eat, and then read on to see how I’ve used it today. …