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1/2/11 6:59 P

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i have an appt each week on sun afternoon after church. i get the groc ads from the sun paper and make out my meal plans from that. it helps me take advantage of all the sales and i then dont have to worry again all week. on tue i go to the groc after an oa meeting while the motivation is high. then i start marinading my meat and grill on wed so i have my meat for the week. just roast or steam or stir fry veggies each evening and put with the meal for my complete meals. i have found that if i fail to plan i am planning to fail. best of luck to you

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1/2/11 2:24 P

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Sounds good to me.

Menu planning has always been a challenge for me, but I am now focusing more effort on it while, at the same time, allowing for substitution and modification if I find it necessary.

My holiday leftovers are gone now. There were really not too many sweets and treats this year (although I always enjoy my chocolate).

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1/2/11 11:43 A

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I planned my meals for the week, and made my list. I am now about to finish cleaning out my kitchen of holiday leftovers (the sweet tempting ones being the first thing to go!) This feels great!

~~Linsey~~
member of SP since May 2010



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