FREE 30 day trial to help bring order to your meal planning

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Several years ago I went from planning my meals with an excel spread sheet to using Plan To Eat.  I have never looked back.  Even those weeks where I, well, where I do not have an official meal plan I often use this site to reference my recipes while cooking.  It has been well worth the switch for me.

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When I first began, it did take a bit of time to add in recipes and get to know the layout of the website. However, those first few hours have paid off big time. No longer do I need to go searching through books for recipes or looking for that “one paper I had yesterday”.

Plan to Eat is holding a Black Friday sale starting on November 24th.  If you have been thinking about trying an online meal planning site, this would be a great opportunity to do so.  At 50% off, this makes it less than $2 a month to help bring a bit of order to your meal planning.

Simple Meal Planning - Plan to EatEven better, you can try it for free for your first 30 days.  However, the Black Friday pricing only comes around once a year.  If you wait till the end of you 30 days you will not be able to take advantage of this great sale!  What can you do then?  Sign up for the free trial, try it out for the next 10 days, if you think it is something you like sign up for a subscription.  At the end of your 30 days, your subscription will begin.

What if you already have an account, but it is not set to end till a different time of the year? You can still renew at this time, but the time will be added on to the end of your current subscription.

What if you do not think it is for you, but you know a sister/friend/coworker/neighbor who it would be perfect for?  You can purchase gift subscriptions for them.  What a great clutter free gift!