dinnertime woes, be gone.

It’s 7:00pm, the day has been busy (to say the least), bellies are rumbling and the question on everyone’s mind is, “what’s for dinner?”  Ugh.  Been there?  Us too, which is why we’ve been working hard to bring you, THE MONTHLY SPREAD.  A subscription based meal plan that will save you TIME, MONEY and your SANITY.  Jumping for joy, yet!?  Before you hurt yourself, there is more.

For $5 per month you’ll get 4 weekday meal plans

{here is an example}

15 simple handpicked, organized and tested recipes, 3 fall back dinners, 4 snack ideas, 1 custom dinner menu & recipes by a  G U E S T   C H E F  for a special occasion.

The Guest Chef for June is, Trevis Gleason, a Seattle Chef, Writer and Ambassador for the National MS Society.  Find more on Trevis HEREHERE & HERE.

You will also get a printable set updated seasonally (summer, fall, winter, spring) that includes a blank calendar, shopping list…

dinnertime chore chart,

kitchen art print, and recipe cards.

Why so many goodies at a great price?  In part because it’s fun and we want to bless you, but we also love the community that being a mom creates.  So, sign up below or from the shopping page, and let’s do dinnertime together!  (step-by-step details outlined below)

Here is how it works:

S T E P   1 :  Purchase the meal plan subscription.  You will be billed $5 on the 27th of every month, but can cancel at any time through your paypal account.  No strings attached.  Or, you can purchase a gift certificate and receive the spread (or have it emailed to a loved one) for 3, 6 or 12 months.

S T E P   2 :  An email will be sent to you automatically from info(at)armommy.com (check your spam folder) with a link and password to access the current months meal plan.  A new link and password will be emailed to you by the 27th of every month for the new meal plan.  If you purchased a gift certificate for someone else, all they have to do is email us to have the monthly spread emailed directly to them – info(at)armommy.com.

S T E P   3 :  Log in to the page, using the password emailed to you.  You’ll find 5 links for:  weekly meal plan calendar, meal plan recipes, special occasion menu by a professional chef, printable kitchen set, fall back dinners & snack ideas.  Click on them and download.  From there, save them to your computer and print the items you want physical copies of.

S T E P   4 :  Each week, print the weekly plans and use the recipes to make your shopping list, adding other items your family needs to the list.  Then join the growing group of other moms (including me) who are enjoying stress-free grocery shopping and dinnertimes!

Please let us know if you have any questions or comments and be sure to share with all the busy moms in your life!

xo . rae + jane

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  • Sarah at The Blog Guidebook May 31, 2012 at 4:13 pm

    OMG! This looks amazing. Can’t wait to try it – like right now!!!!

  • Ashley May 31, 2012 at 9:19 pm

    Hi! I have another question – Do you have a list of items to get at the store with this meal plan? I am totally all for this I just hate putting together lists!!! Yeah, I want the easiest route possible being pregnant with a 9 month old and 3 year old. thanks!! ash

  • Tania June 1, 2012 at 2:40 am

    Your blog is gorgeous and filled with inspiration and creativity. Love it! Mahalo for stopping by MauiShopGirl.

  • Karie C June 1, 2012 at 4:18 am

    You guys have done it again! Bravo or should I say Bon Appetit’! ok, both!

  • fork June 3, 2012 at 9:35 pm

    Yum! Your menu looks amazing! Grilled Chicken and Peaches = delish!

  • Jen July 6, 2012 at 4:49 am

    SUCH a great idea!

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