Tuesday, November 13, 2012

How Meal Planning Became Fun

I can’t believe it!

I have two full weeks of meals planned, all thanks to Yumprint. My only problem now is that I can’t decide which week I am more excited to make.

This was far from the truth before I started using Yumprint.

Before Yumprint, the job of creating just one week of meals was tedious. It involved several cookbooks, and pages and pages of recipes printed from multiple online sources strewn across my counter.


I then spent half and hour pouring through them attempting to find something, anything that sounded even remotely enticing. After settling on a few mediocre meals, I turned to the web hoping to find inspiration.
Another hour passes... finally I have a menu. I leave feeling little to no enthusiasm, but at least the job is done.

Now with Yumprint, I am constantly inspired. A new excitement for cooking has been lit and shockingly, I even look forward to making dinner. {GASP!} I know.

But it is so easy. My menu is at the top of every page, I can drag and drop dinners, breakfasts, desserts, and whatever else my little heart desires, all with a single click.

Yumprint has changed my life! We eat healthier- more vegetarian meals, more fruit, and a whole lot more variety. Thank you Yumprint!



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