Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Little House Living Meal Planning Made Simple eBook


I recently have been reading a blog called Little House Living. This blog has all kinds of helpful information about country living, homesteading, meal planning, food storage, gardening, canning and preserving, stockpiling, saving money, etc. They also have a couple of things that will make your life easier and more organized. One is an eBook called Meal Planning Made Simple that has calendars, charts, worksheets, and lists to help you with your own meal planning journey. It is ONLY $3.99 with code MEALPLAN! The other item is called the Homesteader’s Home Management Binder and is ONLY $6.99. It is an abundant supply of pages of calendars, checklists, worksheets, logs, lists, etc. to help you with basic household organization, cleaning, cooking/baking, gardening, grocery shopping, money management, etc.

Click here to visit Little House Living to learn more about these helpful products.

I have been enjoying learning and planning my own "Little House" move. As most of you know who have been reading my blog I am planning on moving to a small farm house with my family that has a little over 5 acres. We have already made some preparations and are planning some big changes in the next year or so. One of those changes besides the move itself will be how I organize and plan everything. I plan on incorporating more homemade cooking/baking, gardening, canning and preserving, and other farm living skills in my family life. We already have been making some income renting out our pasture for horses, but since we still haven't moved into our farm house we are still paying for 2 properties. We also have some meat rabbits and we are planning on owning chickens for eggs and possibly some milk goats.

My husband and I have a lot of work ahead of us. We have started gutting the front house so that we can totally make it our own. My husband has his very own CNC router so he can make all kinds of ornamental custom woodwork for the house and we are deciding the look and feel we would like for our kitchen, bathroom and the rest of the house. I am excited for when we will be able to move in.

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7 comments:

Jennifer Williams said...

I could use something to schedule everyday things. It is crazy being a stay at home mom, things get away from you so quickly. I hope you post pictures after you move, I would love a little farm house (but not mowing the 5 acres part, lol.)

Just Trying To Save Money said...

I would love to have a planner for meal planning! What a great tool!

Finamoon said...

The mowing the 5 acres part is easy...we have horses :)

Krystle Smith said...

I need to focus on meal planning more this year! This book sounds like a great way to get started.

Kristyn said...

Hubby and I are getting more into cooking and meal planning so this would be great for us to use!

Guavalicious said...

Love that I could read this on my Kindle. It's what I use on the go and in the kitchen these days!

Cyn said...

This sounds really great! I have kind of gotten away from meal planning and need to get back to it.