Home-Ec 101: Skills for Everyday Living - Cook it, Clean it, Fix it, Wash it
Home-Ec 101 Skills for Everyday Living - Cook it Clean it Fix it Wash it Author:Heather Solos Whether it's cleaning grout, stocking a pantry, reducing a recipe, dealing with chocolate in the carpet or retrieving jewelry dropped down the drain, Home-Ec 101 will help readers feel confident in managing the domestic challenges of everyday life. The information will be easy to use and written with the same witty style and attitude readers lov... more »e on the blog, home-ec101.com. Charts, tips, sidebars and "Dear Home Ec 101" letters cover all the details readers need to know to keep their homes clean and in good repair.« less
Ive read about meal planning more than once. Yet, here I am still not planning our family meals. We are eating at home more often, but it could be less stressful, if only Id plan out our meals!
I was given the opportunity to review Meal Planning: Not Just For The Control Freaks, one chapter in Home-Ec 101: Skills For Everyday Living.
This chapter gave some advise that I hadnt heard before. The authors approach of taking the beginner through meal planning makes the process not seem so difficult to pursue. Instead of jumping full throttle into planning full courses, she shows you how to get the family back to the dinner table, then gradually works on full meal planning and preparation.
The ideas presented for meal planning are easy, giving the beginner some confidence to get started.
Although I didnt have the opportunity to review the books contents in full, I am interested in reading it.
I received a copy of the chapter reviewed above in exchange for my honest review.