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Age Old Dilemma: What’s for Dinner?

By November 15, 2009January 20th, 2020Drew's Nuggets

As one of the basic functions in daily life, people eat.  And typically the most challenging meal of the day is dinner.  Whether you’re a single dude living in a high rise condo in downtown or a family of six living in the world of suburbia, the age old dilemma is always present…What’s for Dinner?
Rhea and I are constantly in this bind.  Busy, working, kids…who has time to plan for that kind of stuff?

Answer: Thank you eBooks and iTunes App Store.

This eBook, Menu in a Box – 100 Day Meal Planning Kit, is stellar!  It’s like putting that portion of life on auto-pilot.  Now if only it would do the shopping for you too!

Another great find for the iPhone is an app called Mi-Meals – Meal Planner.  While the app doesn’t necessarily do everything for you, it is a great way to keep track of what’s coming up for the day, week, etc.  It’s also got a tab for a grocery list.  Wonder around the store in style as you consult your phone for the staples as well as those pesky extras you always seem to forget.

Without these tools, we’d be having Mac Cheese at least three times a week and Ramen Noodles the rest.  🙂

I highly suggest looking into these options to maintain balance…and sanity.

Drew Allen

As co-owner and Chief Operations Officer, Drew has many duties. Drew shoots, edits and makes magic with motion graphics while creating campaign deliverables using his master-class working knowledge of software, equipment, social media and service-oriented personality. As COO, he orchestrates our team and assures our high quality standards. Read more about Drew.

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