Good morning! It's giveaway time.
A few weeks ago the books Desperate: Hope for the Mom Who Needs to Breathe was released. I read it cover to cover in a day. (Well I read it on my Kindle, so I read it simulated cover to simulated cover.)
My son is only 14 months, so while it can be a challenge I don't know that I always feel desperate. But I still related to SO MUCH of what authors Sarah Mae and Sally Clarkson were taling about.
I have enjoyed reading Sarah's blog for a year now. Just read this post called "Cultivating a Realistic Vision of Motherhood" and you will see why.
So when "Desperate" came out I was eager to read it. Each chapter is wonderful. Each chapter offcers insight and hope and the knowledge that we are not alone in motherhood. It's grand design.
So I am giving away a copy of this book so that other mothers out there can read it and feel the same way I did.
Yesterday I shared why meal planning is important when you're on a tight, tight, tight budget.
I want to highlight a free printable I posted with that.
I have made two printables that make it easier to shop your pantry and freezer while organizing your shopping list.
Last week I gave you five reasons to meal plan. This week I am going to give you easy ways to meal plan when you're on a tight, tight budget.
I know as a nation our belts are as tight as they can get. Many of you have eliminated luxuries like cable, cell phone plan extras, date nights and movie rentals. If you budget down to the penny and last penny gets stretched till Abe starts screaming, you're not alone.
So, I wanted to talk about menu planning when you're on a tight, tight, tight budget. Trust me this will save you tons of time and TONS of money. Click here for more including FREE PRINTABLES!