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Meal Planning Help! Build A Menu Giveaway

Meal Planning Help with Build A Menu!

Need help with meal planning? I’m getting the help I need in our busy homeschooling lives with Build A Menu‘s great recipes and meal plans!

For just a few dollars a month, you get access to recipes that are easy on your budget. Create a meal plan for your week, along with a shopping list, in just minutes! Includes choices for breakfast, lunch, supper, dessert, and snacks! Include Build A Menu in your home economics course in your homeschool, to teach your child the great habit of meal planning.

How does it work? There are just three, easy steps.

Step 1: Choose your grocery store (don’t worry, there’s an “Any Grocery Store” choice).

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Step 2: Choose your meals (from any category, including Dine on a Dime, Low Carb, Vegetarian, and more).

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Step 3: View and print your recipes and calendar, complete with shopping list!

meal planningI am happy to offer a FREE 6-month subscription to Build A Menu to one of my lucky readers!

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Sign in below with either Facebook or your email address and then simply follow the Punchtab directions to enter. This is open worldwide until June 30, 2014 at noon Atlantic Time (11am ET). Good luck!

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Kimberly is a homeschooling mother of two living with her dear husband of over 25 years in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She works from home as a homeschool coach and offers OBM, writing, editing, social media, and tech services. In her free time she likes to hand-spin, knit, read, volunteer in local theatre, and horseback ride.

5 thoughts on “Meal Planning Help! Build A Menu Giveaway

  1. My biggest challenge is the time commitment. I also find that I spend more money when I menu plan (I tend to use up a lot more odds and ends when I don’t.).

  2. I couldn’t load the contest widget, but guessing the way to enter. My biggest meal planning problem is that I’ve run out if ideas.

    1. Okay, got it to work but it wouldn’t credit me for following you or Build a Menu.

      1. Aww darn 🙁 I’m sorry you had trouble with it, Diane! If you’re interested in Build A Menu, keep posted for future sales 🙂

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