How many ways could you use your time rather than wandering around the grocery store?
Probably a lot.
That’s why I was shocked to learn that many of my readers were making multiple trips to the grocery every single week. Some people went 5 or 6 times–only to grab what they needed or “felt like” having that night for dinner with no real plan in mind for the nights to come.
My mind was blown.
Making multiple trips to the store makes it really likely that you will waste money on food you’ll never eat, (I bought a can of sardines with the head on once) buy convenience foods that are totally expensive, and still have to wrack your brain to come up with something to feed your family.
And all that leads to one frustrated cook.
That’s why I wanted to share my strategic, no-fail, no-OCD required approach with you. Even if you are the most disorganized person in the world, you can find a way to apply these the simple principles of The Grocery Store Strategy to your life.
What’s at the core of it?
- Knowing what you have
- Knowing where you have it
- Knowing what you’re going to do with it
No cutsie printable meal plans required.
I shop two grocery stores every week in under 45 minutes with this easily adaptable and expandable plan and you can too. In just 10 to 15 minutes a week, you can get your shopping plan wrangled and groceries purchased so you don’t have to go back again and again. Plus you’ll even know what you’re having for dinner and have the ingredients to make it.
I think I can hear the angels singing as we speak!
Get yours now!
Even if you use a program like Click List to drive up for your groceries, you’ll still want to make sure you have everything you planned to get so you can use your time for other, more important things.
Like hiding in the closet eating cheesecake. That’s always a priority.
What you’ll get:
- My simple strategies for organizing your pantry and fridge so you can glance-and-go
- A simple guide to planning and shopping for 3 meals in a flash
- The interactive quick-glance shopping list you can fill out on your computer, save to your phone, or print and take to the store. It’s organized so there’s no back-tracking for forgotten items–it’s a miracle.
Reader Katie said:
” I took my newborn and my husband to the store with me and had 3 nights of meal ingredients in the cart in under 20 minutes. It was such a relief to have what I needed and know what I was going to do with them!”
So give up all those trips to the store–kids in tow, running over your feet with the cart. Give up wasted time and money on food you don’t like or won’t eat or staring in to a fridge of hodge podge ingredients you don’t know what to do with.
Take back your precious time and dinner with my easy plan. Available now as a quick and easy digital download. Just follow the steps and you’ll have the plan in your hands in minutes. It will be the best $5 you’ve spent this week–and at least it wasn’t on more gum in the checkout line.