Simplifying Meal Planning Next Year with eMeals

Two of my biggest resolutions for the new year are to be more organized and eat better.  And I am going to use to help me reach both goals!  I am excited to try this menu planning program, since it is so much less stressful when I know what I am making for dinner every night. I get tired of planning menus, and my family gets bored eating the same things over and over, so this is a great way to add some variety to our life.


eMeals menu plans include 7 dinner meals each week, including side dishes.  You can even pick your favorite grocery store, so that your menus will be optimized for what is currently on sale!  I like the variety of meal plans that are offered.  They have ten different plans to chose from:

  • Classic Meals
  • Clean Eating
  • Simple Gourmet
  • Paleo
  • Low Carb
  • Low Fat
  • Portion Control
  • Natural and Organic
  • Gluten Free
  • Vegetarian

It is hard to pick which plan to do, because so many of them sound perfect for losing weight.  I was torn between Clean Eating and Paleo, but finally decided to go with Paleo.  While my family isn’t going to be on a strict Paleo diet we are trying to reduce the amount of grains and sugar we eat.  And it is is very easy to change plans, so if I will probably vary the meals plans to try out a few different ones and see which ones my family enjoys the most.
I love the grocery list that comes with each menu.  It is such a time saver to be able to print out a list, and it is organized by area of the store, to make shopping organized.
If you’d like to try it out you can use the code newyear to save 15% off a subscription.
Disclosure: eMeals gave me a complimentary subscription to try out the service.  All opinions are my own.

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