Thank you Gatheredtable for sponsoring this conversation. Opinions are my own.
Now that the holidays are behind us and we’re starting a whole new year, people are trying to make changes to better their lives. Some are kicking old habits, others are trying something new and many of us are trying to save some money or spend less money. One of the first things that I change when I’m trying to save and spend less is the way that my family eats. Life is hectic and while some days it’s just easier to grab dinner elsewhere, it’s definitely more cost effective to cook and eat meals at home.
In comes Gatheredtable, a meal planning service that helps you not only eat better, but save time and money as well. They offer a whole slew of tasty recipes that you can recreate for your family.
Gatheredtable also has tools to help you shop for and prepare your meals. You’ll enjoy a calendar where you can plan an entire week or month of meals. You pick the meals from drop-down lists and add them to the calendar in spots for breakfast, lunch, snack and dinner.
Once you’ve planned your meals, you can click on “Create Grocery List” and select which days/meals you want to create a list for. It’s quite convenient!
To help inspire people to get into the routine of cooking at home, Gatheredtable has created the #homemade14 challenge. The #homemade14 challenge is a 14 day challenge where people like you and I commit to making meals at home for 14 days. You’ll get daily tips and support along the way to make things easier too!
People are encouraged to share their meals on social media every day, for 14 days – tagged with #homemade14 and #gatheredtable. Those who post about it every day will be entered to win their choice of a Gatheredtable Starter or Pro kit of kitchen tools.
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