Menu Planning Tips

I’m going to let you in on a little secret.

One of the biggest things I talk about on my channel and in our marvelous course The Well-Run Home is… wait for it…


Menu planning is so essential to maintaining your daily routines and not becoming overwhelmed or stressed by the endless need to create the next meal. Many people subconsciously know this, but they simply don’t know where to start, or they make a menu plan that is hard to keep up and is unsustainable. I have a complete guide with loads of recipes, tips, forms and instructions in our online course, but I am going to share a little snippet of our favorite menu planning tips and tricks with you guys today.

Here are a few of my favorite menu planning tips:

Click here to download our free Monthly Menu Planning Form.

If you want to learn more about my menu planning secrets, you can get exclusive access to my online course The Well-Run Home here! 


You can get more meal ideas and learn how to meal plan seasonally here.

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A week of healthy breakfast inspiration

Fall breakfast inspiration

Get a sneak peak at our favorite menu planning tips, plus a free downloadable menu planning form!

Do you use a menu plan? What do you love about it, and what are your biggest frustrations with using a menu plan?

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2 responses to “Menu Planning Tips”

  1. Marie says:

    Hi Angi,
    I love to hear how you do things around your house. I plan my menu & grocery list & write it in my daily planner. It makes the day go so much smoother with a planned supper. I also go shopping every other week. I would like to go shopping less but I tend to run out of fruits & veggies(mainly carrots/ celery) for lunches. I only have 1 refrigerator also. I get milk from my friend’s farm & barter for eggs from my neighbor. Works great! Marie

    • Angi says:

      Hi Marie! It sounds like we do things very similarly. Love it! The fruit is a big reason why I have to go every other week too. Eventually our fruit trees will be all planted and bearing fruit, but until then I do have to buy it, and fruit only lasts so long.

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