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Mom’s Meal Planner

by Deborah Sawran
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Moms can organize and simplify their meal planning for their families. This is a Monday through Friday three week meal planner book for busy moms to add their own menus for each of these days. The Meal Planner also includes a nice list of breakfast, lunch and dinner ideas for each individual week, along with pages for weekly grocery lists.

There are a variety of cute recipe pages for moms to add their own favorite recipes with their ingredients and directions needed for cooking. The goal to simplify meal planning can be to choose your family’s favorite meals to schedule for the next three weeks Monday through Friday (leaving the weekends open in case you decide to dine out or get one or two take-out meals). Then, you could decide to repeat your three week meal schedule as an ongoing rotation, with leaving room for plenty of variation.

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Created on: Jul-01-2021   Published on: Jul-02-2021
Format: 8.5"x8.5" - Softcover w/Glossy Laminate - Color Trade Book
Theme: Family Recipes    Sales Term:  Everyone
Preview Limit: 24 Pages
breakfast    dinners    food    groceries    grocery shopping    ingredients    lunch    meal planner    Meals    menus    recipes    suppers   
About Author
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Joined: Jun-03-2013

Deborah is a licensed registered nurse and received her diploma in medical transcription. She received her RN degree from a highly accredited school of nursing. She also earned her medical transcription diploma. In addition, Deb is a trained professional organizer.

Deborah has several college credits in psychology, sociology, anatomy, physiology, chemistry, microbiology, and additional health care administration courses. Her clinical nursing hospital training included the areas of medical-surgical nursing, maternity nursing, nursing of children and psychiatric nursing.

Deb’s work experiences included several years of hospital patient care as an RN in the medical-surgical areas. She also worked as an RN at a large university teaching hospital college of medicine.

Later in her career Deborah helped to develop and teach online medical-related courses for a junior college. Deb has a great passion for writing, cooking and her faith in God

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