As many of you know, I’ve been working with Actimel on the Family Wellbeing Index, a site designed to help you improve the way your family eat, learn, play and connect and more.
Today, I thought I’d share with you this meal planning sheet, which helps you plan your main meals for the week ahead so that you can think more intelligently about what you eat, build in a better nutritional balance and save money by only buying what you’ll need.
I’ve been meal planning for a few weeks now and have found it to be a bit of a revelation. It’s hard work to begin with, but having a sheet to work from keeps things simple, and the cash savings and health benefits soon make it feel worthwhile.
Good for your family, your health and your wallet
Just click the image below to download the meal planner and please let me know if you try it!
Learn more about family wellbeing
As the Family Wellbeing Index EAT Ambassador, I’ve been working to create more tips just like these, which are now available online for you to look through. Do please check out the Family Wellbeing Index websitefree printable meal planner for lots more tips from me and my fellow ambassadors.
Disclosure: I am a sponsored ambassador for the Actimel Family Wellbeing Index.