Welcome to Your Well Ordered Kitchen!

by Jennifer on April 18, 2017 in Dinner Table, Food, Homemaking, Organizing, Printables, Tools

I’ve got a question for you.  Do you know what you’re having for dinner tonight?

What about breakfast tomorrow?  Do you know what’s in your freezer?  Okay, so that’s 3 questions 😉  but did you know that cooking and meal planning are some of the most common struggles that homemakers face every day?

Every day!

Now, the solution to many of your cooking quandaries is… forethought and order.  Just putting a simple plan in place can make the difference between texting your husband: “Honey, can you pick up something for dinner on your way home tonight?” and “Hey honey! Dinner will be ready for you when you get home!”

But what is forethought and order without some pretty tools?  Or, to be specific, one pretty tool!

Enter The Well Ordered Kitchen planner!

What I love about this planner is how incredibly thorough it is!  From monthly and weekly meal planning pages to a full page guide for cooking with herbs.  And from recipe cards and pantry labels to grocery lists and menu suggestions complete with several recipes!

It also includes these amazingly helpful pages, such as substitutions, equivalents, checklists, conversions and more!

The Planner is available in 3 different versions:

The Basic Version (12 pages) is $6.99  More details or Purchase HERE

The Deluxe Version is nearly 100 pages for just $19.99 More details or Purchase HERE

The Premium Version for $29.99 More details or Purchase HERE

If you’ve been looking for something like this, you really won’t find a better value, or something so thorough and beautiful to enjoy day after day in your own kitchen!  Just click the image above for a welcome video and all the details on what comes with each version.

Happy Meal Planning!

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Jennifer is the cherished wife of a visionary man, and a mother of 11 children. Her deepest desire is to consistently love her husband and children, and to be a diligent and joyful keeper at home, all for the glory of God. She is passionate about encouraging fellow housewives in their highest calling of wife and mother. She and her family produced Homemaking 101 and 201, DVDs for Christian wives and mothers. She can be found blogging at The Focused Homemaker.

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