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I want to be a meal planner, I really, really do, and when I do it, I love it! It makes life SO much easier but the truth is I rarely do and when 4:30 (okay 5:00) rolls around I’m usually wondering what I can get done in an hour or less so that we’re not eating dinner 5 minutes before bed time!
Please tell me that at least sometimes you’re like this. One of my New Year’s resolutions was to be a better homemaker which included meal planning and so far I’m failing. But with these meals that take an hour or less I’m sure even if I don’t have a specific meal plan I can pull something together that is delicious, easy and takes under and hour which frees up some time!
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