That something died in Madagascar. I can't think of anything to cook. I eat weird combinations of foods, super super easy meals, prepared food, and a lot of eating out.
I'm not happy with my eating regime...or my weight. And while I'm reading and researching different ways of eating, it all comes down to the same - there has to be some kind of order.
I've tried meal planning for months. I've failed more than I've succeeded. I looked on-line about ready-made meal plans...but never found anything affordable or that interested me.
Louis had mentioned soscuisine.com before, and I thought about it, but it ended there.
Now that we are both back in Canada, have the girls some of the time, and need some kind of order in our lives, I decided to subscribe for one month of meal planning. For $9, I get meal plans for 85% of what goes into my mouth, plus a grocery list, what stores have what items on sale, and my "action plan" (ie: when can I prepare things ahead of time or what day I should do what).
Today we started with the grocery shopping. Some of the grocery stores listed for savings were unfamiliar to us, and we needed some extras anyway, so we headed to Costco. After that, I dropped Louis off to work on our long "Welcome Back to Real Life" To-Do List and went to Provigo by myself. I also kinda wanted to ditch him so that I could do the smaller items list by myself and attempt to familiarize myself with some of the grocery stores. It makes a pretty big difference when you're working off an English grocery list in a French province.