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Last month we looked at the “why” of meal planning, and I shared with you six different ways in which meal planning can prove beneficial. Today we’re diving into the “how” and seeing exactly what the process of meal planning actually looks like.

So, how do we meal plan? Well, first of all let me say that the answer to this question is where many ladies get hung up, mistakenly starting to believe that they hate meal planning or else are just not cut out for it. This is because we oftentimes buy into the wrong idea that the way we meal plan (or do anything else in life!) has to look just like the lady we follow on Pinterest or exactly the way our mom or sister meal plans, or just how our best friend does it, etc. This simply is not the case, however! We need to first let go of this mistaken idea if we are going to be successful at meal planning. Our personalities as well as our family dynamics are all different, so our meal planning methods will have to reflect that.

With all that said, let’s now dive into the nitty-gritty of meal planning and look at three different methods you can try out to see what works best for you!

 

The Meal-Rotation Method

For some women, the problem they find with meal planning is that they feel overwhelmed at the thought of having to come up with several meal ideas days or even weeks in advance. Additionally, the thought of finding and trying all-new recipes feels too daunting for them in this season of life. This is where the meal-rotation method comes in! For this method of meal planning, you are going to make a list of as many of your family’s favorite meals and recipes as you can possibly think of – 4 to 6 weeks’ worth being optimal here. After you have made that master list (I know it takes time to do this, but you’re only doing it once and it will save you a ton of time from here on!), you now know exactly what you are going to choose from when it comes to making your menu in the weeks ahead. No longer do you have to scour over a pile of cookbooks or a hundred Pinterest boards. You have meals you know your family loves that you can quickly and easily incorporate into your meal plan.

 

The Themed-Dinner Method

Many ladies enjoy taking the guess-work out of meal planning by implementing the themed-dinner method. They might have something like “Meatless Mondays”, “Taco Tuesdays”, “Fishy Fridays”, and “Soupy Saturdays”, or else assign a particular type of food to each night – “ItalianMonday“, “Mexican Wednesday“, and so on. They may still need to decide what exactly they are having on those particular days, but they already have a general idea.

 

The Time-Frame Method

This is the method I use. For some (like my mom), this looks like planning out meals two weeks in advance, making a menu comprised of a mixture of new recipes you want to try, old favorites, etc. For others, (such as myself), this looks like planning out meals one week in advance. This is because my husband and I eat one kind of salad or another for lunch everyday, and I therefore buy a lot of fresh produce that would go bad in two-weeks time. This is precisely why I say you need to meal plan in the way that works best for you and your family. There is no one-size-fits-all method to meal planning. The point is not exactly how you meal plan, but that you are seeking to save your family money (and yourself some stress!) through the art of meal planning.

 

Tips to Keep in Mind as you Meal Plan

 

  • Shop your pantry, refrigerator, and freezer.

When you are coming up with your meal plan, don’t fall into the temptation of only ever jotting down those recipes which strike your fancy. Try adding those recipes into your meal plan which call for ingredients you already have. You will be saving a lot of money, cutting down on food waste, and making more space in your pantry, refrigerator, and freezer, as well.

 

  • Shop the grocery store sales ads.

This is the second thing you should keep in mind before you come up with your full meal plan. What are the grocery stores in your area showing is on sale this week? Plan the meats, produce, grains, etc. you will use this week around what is on sale.

 

  • Shop the current season’s specials.

Just this week my husband and I saw the importance of this when we watched the price of avocados suddenly skyrocket. We had been in the habit of buying avocados each week to go on the salads we have for lunch. During the summer, they had been around 69 cents each. This week, they suddenly jumped up to early $2 each! Clearly then, we are starting to transition out of avocado season and will not be purchasing avocados as regularly as we have been. The same goes for various types of fruit. Some fruits, such as blueberries, are cheaper in the summer while others, such as apples, are cheaper in the fall. Take note of these price changes and plan accordingly.

 

  • Shop the same basic staples over and over.

This really cuts down on the amount of work you have to put into meal planning! We have the same basic breakfast everyday (some type of eggs, sometimes with bacon or toast on the side), as well as the same basic lunch (salad, typically taco salad). Our dinners are always varying, but taking the guess work out of breakfasts and lunches really makes meal planning a lot easier!

 

  • Shop for snacks!

Don’t forget to factor into your meal plan and grocery list the need you will have for snacks! You (or someone in your family!) is bound to feel snacky at some point during the day, so it’s good to plan for this and enable yourself to have healthy choices on hand and ready for your family – things like apples and peanut butter, cheese and crackers, hummus and veggies, granola and yogurt, whatever your family likes!

 

You Can Do It!

I hope I have taken a bit of the guess-work and stress out of meal planning for you today! You really can do it! Glean the tips you can from this article, advice from your friend, sister, or mom, wisdom from another blogger, etc., but then make it your own to best suit your own needs and family dynamics. Again, the important thing is not that you meal plan the way someone else does. The important thing is that you do what you can to save your family money, reduce food waste, and provide your family with healthy nourishment as best you can!

 

REBEKAH HARGRAVES IS A WIFE, MAMA OF TWO LITTLES, HOME BUSINESS OWNER, PODCASTER, AND BLOGGER RESIDING IN TN. HER PASSION IS TO BLESS FELLOW CHRISTIAN WOMEN THROUGH HER WRITINGS ON HER WEBSITE, HARGRAVES HOME AND HEARTH, WHICH EXISTS TO EDIFY, EQUIP, AND ENCOURAGE WOMEN IN THEIR JOURNEY OF BIBLICAL WOMANHOOD.

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June Fuentes is the happy wife to Steve and blessed homeschooling mother to eight beautiful children that they are raising for the Lord. She has a heart to see mothers all around the world grasp the vision of biblical motherhood and to see this noble role restored in the 21st century to the glory of God. June strongly believes that weak homes equate a weak nation and therefore blogs at A Wise Woman Builds Her Home to minister to Christian women on how to build up strong Christian homes. She is also the owner of Raising Homemakers, and is the author of the encouraging eBooks, True Christian Motherhood and How to Build a Strong Christian Home. She is the founder of Wise Woman Consulting, her service to teach women how to successfully make money blogging at home and a consultant for Lilla Rose, where you can find unique and beautiful hair products. She would love for you to join her on the journey to biblical womanhood on Facebook and Twitter at @wisewomanbuilds.

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If you have always wanted to learn how to begin canning but just haven’t had the time–this post is for you!

Back in the day (and even now) many homemakers loved to can for different reasons:

  • to save money
  • prepare for hard economic times
  • to preserve their harvest
  • to give as gifts
  • long shelf life
  • they knew what was going into it (no harmful additives & preservatives)
  • it tasted good
  • reusable jars
  • a sense of accomplishment
  • family time together

Now there is a gal named Jennifer Gomes who has a premium canning eCourse called Start Canning for Beginners to help teach busy homemakers how to begin canning fruits and vegetables and right now you can get her course along with 68 ebooks, 28 ecourses, 10 printables and workbooks, 1 membership site & one summit on healthy living in The Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle 2017.

The extra topics include:

  • Alternative Health
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  • For Women
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  • Healthy Home
  • Healthy Kids
  • Home Remedies
  • Keto
  • Paleo
  • Real Food & Nutrition
  • Recipes
  • Wellness & Lifestyle
  • & FREE Bonuses ($169 worth)

You can see the whole list of what is included HERE.

Jennifer’s canning eCourse goes for $97 but right now for $29.97 you can get her ecourse PLUS over $3708 worth of valuable healthy living resources. That is a great value for a small price!

There is also a 30-day happiness guarantee! But be sure to check it out, The Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle will not be around for long–it ends Monday at midnight.

You can find it HERE.

 

 

 

 

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June Fuentes is the happy wife to Steve and blessed homeschooling mother to eight beautiful children that they are raising for the Lord. She has a heart to see mothers all around the world grasp the vision of biblical motherhood and to see this noble role restored in the 21st century to the glory of God. June strongly believes that weak homes equate a weak nation and therefore blogs at A Wise Woman Builds Her Home to minister to Christian women on how to build up strong Christian homes. She is also the owner of Raising Homemakers, and is the author of the encouraging eBooks, True Christian Motherhood and How to Build a Strong Christian Home. She is the founder of Wise Woman Consulting, her service to teach women how to successfully make money blogging at home and a consultant for Lilla Rose, where you can find unique and beautiful hair products. She would love for you to join her on the journey to biblical womanhood on Facebook and Twitter at @wisewomanbuilds.

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Homemaking Linkup!

by June Fuentes on September 20, 2017 in Homemaking Link-Up

Homemaking LInkup

There are so many beautiful things about homemaking . . . and right here is the perfect place for us to encourage one another in this beautiful calling! We’d love for you to share a post or article from your blog about homemaking, whether it be about cleaning, character, cooking, etc.

Our new Linkup is sharing these posts along with our sister site to give you more exposure if you link up here!

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June Fuentes is the happy wife to Steve and blessed homeschooling mother to eight beautiful children that they are raising for the Lord. She has a heart to see mothers all around the world grasp the vision of biblical motherhood and to see this noble role restored in the 21st century to the glory of God. June strongly believes that weak homes equate a weak nation and therefore blogs at A Wise Woman Builds Her Home to minister to Christian women on how to build up strong Christian homes. She is also the owner of Raising Homemakers, and is the author of the encouraging eBooks, True Christian Motherhood and How to Build a Strong Christian Home. She is the founder of Wise Woman Consulting, her service to teach women how to successfully make money blogging at home and a consultant for Lilla Rose, where you can find unique and beautiful hair products. She would love for you to join her on the journey to biblical womanhood on Facebook and Twitter at @wisewomanbuilds.

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My hope today is to encourage you some of you homemakers who feel overwhelmed when it comes to the care of your home. @mferrell

My hope today is to encourage some of you homemakers who feel overwhelmed when it comes to the care of your home. I’m still a learner even after 30 years and I hope you will always consider yourselves learners. What I’m sharing with you are tasks and routines that have worked well for me over the years so don’t feel you need to put in place each one but maybe you can gain a tip or two today for your home.

I so desire that my home would be a sanctuary for my family and an oasis for others that the Lord sends our way. It does not mean perfection but there is a sense of order and our home expresses the things we love. This will look different for each of us but the reality still stands that we need to have some order, get meals on the table, clean, pay bills and take care of laundry. Along with all the other tasks needed in the care and upkeep of our homes.

A “house” is the building or structure in which people live. A “home” is much more the place that is uniquely prepared for you.

~ Dorothy Patterson Kelly, The Christian Homemaker’s Handbook

I understand that to some of us order comes naturally and then there are some of you (like me) who really have to work at it. I have found that I have much more time in my day when I work hard at keeping order. I’m hoping to encourage you to do the same.

What I’m sharing with you today are tips that my grandmother and other family members shared with me or modeled for me when I was a young bride. I was clueless in the kitchen and had no idea what it looked like to care for a home and family on my own. So below are my top ten – yes it’s a list but who doesn’t like lists. Quick and to the point! I know y’all are busy so let’s get down to business!

10 Tips for Beginning Homemakers:

1. Make your bed every day:  A simple two minute task that gets you started in a good direction and instantly makes your room look cleaner. Teach your kids to make their beds too. (I used to change sheets once a week but now I do it every two weeks, hoping that doesn’t gross anyone out). I also wash and put back on the same sheets so I don’t need to deal with folding them!

2. Tidy: This seems basic but it’s so neglected. Take the time a few times a day (maybe you do it after or before every meal) but get the help of your kiddos and pick up around the house. It instantly makes your house look clean. Put things back where they belong and if they don’t have a home – find one for them! Remember this always – you can’t organize clutter! Clutter begins when things don’t have places where they belong.

3. Get dressed:  I wrote a whole post on this. As a young mama who stayed home with her babies this one was a challenge for me but my whole day went better if I got dressed first thing and got my babies dressed. We were then ready for visitors or to run an unexpected errand if needed.

4. Put together a Cleaning Routine for your home: My young mama’s (and us old ones too!) this will be huge help. Let me share simply what I do most weeks. I clean where it is needed. That’s it! Let me layout for you what that looks like.

On most Monday’s I do what I call my Weekly Home Blessing (Flylady term). This means every Monday each room gets dusted quickly, tidied and vacuumed. It is a quick routine that takes me maybe an hour. I love the duster attachment on my vacuum (I use it more than a feather duster or I love a microfiber cloth too).

From there each day I tackle what I see needs dusted a bit more or needs my attention, maybe a floor needs mopped or I notice baseboards in a certain room need attention. I may see fingerprints on windows or doors or switchplates  to wipe. Do my appliances need a good exterior or interior cleaning? I devote about an hour a day to home care and cleaning. It may be more on some days when I have time and need to tackle a larger project but it doesn’t absorb my whole day.

I have some favorite cheats and make use of Swiffer cloths and paper towels with spray cleaner at times. Yes, I know not the most “green” methods but it is a help if it is one your budget can afford. I love my Swiffer cloths in my bathroom to pick up hair quick without having to get the vacuum out.

I make sure to notice areas that need tidied and decluttered a bit. My magazine basket, kitchen desk and book areas need my attention the most. Bathrooms are cleaned weekly and usually I do it while I’m already in there. Bathing your kids is a great time to clean their bathroom. (See my Five minute bathroom cleaning post here.)

5. Budget & Finances: This is not my favorite or one that I feel like I have the most experience with but I have learned it out of necessity. My best advice is to put together a simple filing system for your home (I wrote a post here). Make it really simple so you’ll use it. As for budgeting, there are tons of great apps out there but we’re still pen and paper kinds of people and one of the best eye openers for me was to track my spending for a couple months as we were adjusting our budget. It seems backwards but I could see areas that could be eliminated and how much we spent in areas that were of necessity or where we could cut back on them too. Going over this one with your spouse is a huge help.

6. Tackle Laundry: If you have the need to do a load or two a day then just do it. It really doesn’t take that long to do a load of laundry from start to finish. (Wash, dry, fold & put away is doing a load.) Take the time to organize and set up your laundry area so it’s efficient and you have everything you need. I love to listen to Podcasts while I’m folding laundry or ironing (yes, I’m old school and still iron at times). I don’t have a set laundry day but usually start a load early in the morning so I’m done with laundry way before lunch.

7. Have a Meal Plan: You knew this one was coming. I couldn’t get by without my meal plan. It makes my days easier and keeps us on budget for food. When I have weeks that I haven’t meal planned it’s a disaster. I spend more money running to the store or eating out last minute. Just sit down for 30 minutes a week and make a meal plan. Write a list of all your family’s favorite meals and choose from that each week. To broaden your cooking skills try to make one new meal a week. If you’re new to cooking do not beat yourself up. Keep it simple. Use Pinterest for meal ideas and make good use of your crock pot. Two of my favorite beginner cookbooks are still the good old Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook and How to Cook Everything by Mark Bittman. (I have two posts on meal planning here and here.)

8. Learn a New Skill: I know what you’re thinking really – “I’m just trying to get dinner on the table – serious a new skill!” I’m not talking about taking a class outside your home or online – but you might like to. If this is an interest to you have you checked out Craftsy? It is a great site and I’ve take a couple of their cooking classes. We have loved Blue Apron to get out of our normal cooking rut on occasion and learn some new techniques and get a great meal out of it too!

It may be that you need to learn how to use your crock pot, or another appliance that will help get dinner on the table faster. You may want to learn to sew or knit. Maybe you want to learn how to reupholster furniture or make curtains. Starting a blog may be on your to do list. Pick something that interests you and learn more about it.

Reading books on how to manage my home have been a help to me. I love to be a continual learner with God’s Word being my top priority but I also love to learn more about being a keeper of my home. Some favorites that have been a help to me in my homemaking are The Christian Homemaker’s Handbook, Becoming a Woman Who Pleases God  and Designing a Lifestyle that Pleases God. 

9. Use Routines to Start and End Your Day: This is always my top piece of advice. I have a morning and evening routine that helps me to start and end my day well. I always share that if I only get these two things done I’ve already accomplished much in the day. They are just a set of simple steps to get your day moving forward and ending it so you’re ready to tackle tomorrow. These routines change with various seasons of life too. 

My key current steps to my morning routine are: Making my bed, time with the Lord, exercise, shower, breakfast, dishes, pets cared for, start a load of laundry, to do list checked, take my vitamins, see what’s for dinner and determine what cleaning tasks I want to get done in my home today.

My evening routine: Tidy house, dishes done, write to do list for tomorrow, clothes laid out for exercise, read, journal, pray.

Maybe you even have an afternoon routine that you do after lunch.

10. Keep Master To Do Lists for Repeated Tasks: This task has simplified my days immensely. All I mean by it is I have master lists for various tasks that are repeated in my home. I keep them in my planner and they make these tasks automatic for me.

Here’s some of my lists I keep in my planner and on my phone:

Holiday Meal Menus

Lists for Meal Ideas (all our favorite breakfasts, lunches and dinners)

Healthy Travel Snack Ideas

Packing lists for travel (airplane travel and car travel lists)

Movies, book and places to go lists

Meals we would like to try lists

Christmas gift list

Master to do list for our home (these are bigger projects I would like to get to)

Cleaning lists for daily, weekly, monthly and yearly tasks

Morning & Evening Routine and Weekly Home Blessing

Closing Thoughts: 

I desire to be a blessing to my family and one way I do this is by caring well for our home. The goal for all of us is to make sure we are attending well to the priorities God has given us. As keepers of our homes we are to be diligent in the tasks set before us. This is your job ladies, the role the Lord has called you to. Do it well just as you would do a job outside of your home. God is our employer and He has entrusted us to care well for our families and a part of that is in the way we care for our dwelling places on this earth He has gifted us with.

The beauty of the house is order;

The blessing of the house is contentment;

The glory of the house is hospitality;

The crown of the house if godliness.

I’d love your input – what tips would you give to beginning homemakers? Please share with us in the comments.

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If you’re looking for a bit of encouragement in your homemaking. I’d love you to come join me in the 4th annual Online Homemaking Ministries Conference. The conference takes place September 25th-29th. This year it is bigger than ever and as always you have lifetime access to the teaching and resources from the conference. The speaker line up is great and the theme is Finding Purpose in Your Home. Come check out all the details here.

Related Resources:

Cleaning Checklists

Homemaking 101 Series

How I Plan My Days

 

*This post 10 Tips for Beginning Homemakers first appeared here. 

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Marci is a lover of the Lord Jesus Christ, helpmeet to her sweetheart Doug for over 26 years, mother, mother-in-law, caregiver and grandmother. She is here by God’s grace and overwhelmed by His kindness in redeeming her as His daughter. Loving her husband, children and granddaughter, reading, home keeping, cooking, feeding lots of people and making lists are some of her favorite pastimes. You can find her at Thankful Homemaker where she shares about her walk with the Lord, her passion for biblical womanhood and living all of life for the glory of God.

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Homemaking Linkup!

by June Fuentes on September 13, 2017 in Homemaking Link-Up

Homemaking LInkup

There are so many beautiful things about homemaking . . . and right here is the perfect place for us to encourage one another in this beautiful calling! We’d love for you to share a post or article from your blog about homemaking, whether it be about cleaning, character, cooking, etc.

Our new Linkup is sharing these posts along with our sister site to give you more exposure if you link up here!

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June Fuentes is the happy wife to Steve and blessed homeschooling mother to eight beautiful children that they are raising for the Lord. She has a heart to see mothers all around the world grasp the vision of biblical motherhood and to see this noble role restored in the 21st century to the glory of God. June strongly believes that weak homes equate a weak nation and therefore blogs at A Wise Woman Builds Her Home to minister to Christian women on how to build up strong Christian homes. She is also the owner of Raising Homemakers, and is the author of the encouraging eBooks, True Christian Motherhood and How to Build a Strong Christian Home. She is the founder of Wise Woman Consulting, her service to teach women how to successfully make money blogging at home and a consultant for Lilla Rose, where you can find unique and beautiful hair products. She would love for you to join her on the journey to biblical womanhood on Facebook and Twitter at @wisewomanbuilds.

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Am I the only one feeling like time is rushing forward with no end in sight?

Sometimes I feel like things can get so busy and that I can loose track of what is important to me if I am not purposeful. Like teaching my children about important things such as virtue and character.

I am grateful that this amazing lady had taken the time to write this out–God’s Wisdom for Little Girls: Virtues and Fun from Proverbs 31

 

I have always found Elizabeth George to be sound and found reading her books to be like talking to an old friend. I love that she has this helpful book for little girls. It  shares a poem and Bible verse on each page.

You can read them at night or during the day over tea–or just even snuggled under a cozy quilt by the fireplace.

 

GOD’S LITTLE GIRL IS BUSY

“The garden of God’s little girl–how grand!

It began with a dream, a prayer, and a plan,

Nothing this spendid just happens, we know;

It takes time and care for flowers to grow. 

She looks at a field and buys it

With money she has earned

she plants a vineyard.

Proverbs 31:16

 

 

 

GOD’S LITTLE GIRL IS PREPARED

Some fear the winter–the snow, sleet and rain.

Not God’s little girl. (Please let me explain.)

Her warm, wooly coat is ready in advance,

God’s girl is all set for every circumstance. 

She does not worry about her family

When it snows.

~Proverbs 31:21

My girls are older now and I wish I could have that time when they were young back again. I am grateful for my 3 year old daughter, Isabella Rose, who I will get to read this book to again! The illustrated pictures are just SO adorable.

I also thoroughly enjoyed the boy version of this book , God’s Wisdom for Little Boys, with my sons too, in case you have sons and are interested!

What books have you used to teach your smaller children character?

Please share them in the comments!

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June Fuentes

June Fuentes is the happy wife to Steve and blessed homeschooling mother to eight beautiful children that they are raising for the Lord. She has a heart to see mothers all around the world grasp the vision of biblical motherhood and to see this noble role restored in the 21st century to the glory of God. June strongly believes that weak homes equate a weak nation and therefore blogs at A Wise Woman Builds Her Home to minister to Christian women on how to build up strong Christian homes. She is also the owner of Raising Homemakers, and is the author of the encouraging eBooks, True Christian Motherhood and How to Build a Strong Christian Home. She is the founder of Wise Woman Consulting, her service to teach women how to successfully make money blogging at home and a consultant for Lilla Rose, where you can find unique and beautiful hair products. She would love for you to join her on the journey to biblical womanhood on Facebook and Twitter at @wisewomanbuilds.

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FREE Kindle Book: Minimalism for The Busy Mom

by June Fuentes September 7, 2017

  We love sharing FREE Kindle eBooks with our readers because we know that they will bless you and your home! We hope that you enjoy today’s pick and don’t forget that these items are available for a limited time and can go back to its original price at any time so get it while […]

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Homemaking Linkup!

by June Fuentes September 6, 2017

There are so many beautiful things about homemaking . . . and right here is the perfect place for us to encourage one another in this beautiful calling! We’d love for you to share a post or article from your blog about homemaking, whether it be about cleaning, character, cooking, etc. Our new Linkup is […]

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