A flexible block schedule might be just what you need to create the ease in your household that you crave. Read on below for how
Hi, I'm Amanda
Let me help you take the mystery out of meal planning and stress-free family dinners, one meal at a time.
Hi, I'm Amanda
Let me help you take the mystery out of meal planning and stress-free family dinners, one meal at a time
Jumpstart your meal planning efforts and start enjoying stress-free family meals today with one of the option below.
Jumpstart your meal planning efforts and start enjoying stress-free family meals today with one of the options below
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This 100% free Meal Plan Magic email course to learn how to put homemade meals on the table regularly and simultaneously reduce mealtime stress and overwhelm.
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Join me as I dive into all the family meal time topics from how to cook with kids in the kitchen to how to overcome burnout.
Guys. I know what it’s like to be a tired mama. I know what it feels like to have the best of intentions, but still end up at the Wendy’s drive-thru more often than you care to admit. I know that answering the what’s for dinner question again and again can be completely draining.
This website was born out of my own struggles and frustrations as I sought out much needed solutions to master feeding my growing family.
As I slowly found solutions and shifted my mindset I eventually found so much peace around mealtimes and discovered that feeding a family without crippling overwhelm is do-able, and even sometimes fun!
I hope you’ll join me as I share what has made all the difference in my home and let me help you regain control of your evenings (and sanity) with a new meal time mindset and strategy. Welcome, I’m so glad you’re here!
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