I just signed up for the E-Mealz meal-planning service - for $5 a month, someone else plans my meals for me! Sweet! They also offer a gluten-free menu option!
I signed up for the Low-Fat meal plan, at "any" store (as opposed to Wal-Mart, Kroger, Publix, or Aldi). I figure low-fat is good, since I'm on Weight Watchers, and I can shop whereever - I usually hit Hy-Vee because it's closest to me.
Right after I registered, I got access to this week's menu and last week's. This week's menu included:
- Chicken Pesto with Angel Hair Pasta
- Orange Teriyaki Beef & Noodle Bowl
- Crustless Spinach Quiche
- Swiss Chicken
- Peel & Eat Shrimp
- Lemony Chicken Kebobs
- Crockpot French Dip Sandwiches
I probably won't make all those recipes, since my family tends to be picky, but I'm going to try most of them. I spend way too much time planning the menu and making the grocery list every week, so I want to make the most of this service.
If you use E-Mealz, or any other menu-planning service, I'd love to hear what you think about it!
DISCLAIMER: The above links are affiliate links, where I get a small referral fee for new registrations.
I've always loved playing with fonts in my scrapbooking, since way back in 1997 when I started my scrapbooking fonts website. This article on ScrapbooksETC.com shows you how to use dingbat fonts to spruce up your layouts. Go get your font on!
Another glowing review of my husband's book, Angst:
Picked this up from smashwords dot com when it was available for free with a voucher.
Read the book very quickly, the story keeps moving at a pace and it kept me interested from first to the last page.
The story of how Angst, a man in his 40's suddenly becomes the wielder of a powerful sword that makes his existing magical powers look ordinary, a story of how with his loyal friends he helps to stop the threats to his homeland.
It's a good fantasy read, I thoroughly enjoyed it and would recommend it to anyone who likes the fantasy genre.
I get the impression that we could well see further adventures from Angst in the future, and I for one would be very happy to read about them, and pay for the privilege.
Posted at amazon.co.uk