Planning our meals for the week takes out the guesswork. Before bringing meal ideas to EL, I usually pin a few meals that I think would be good to my Pinterest food board. EL and I will usually take a few minutes on Saturday to plan out our meals for the upcoming week. With planning our meals, it also makes it a lot easier to know what to purchase at the grocery store, which ultimately lowers your grocery bill.
Once we have agreed upon meals for the week, I go to our Samsung Family Hub Smart Refrigerator to make note of our meals. With so much going on, it can be difficult to keep up with what we planned to eat. Using this refrigerator keeps me on my toes and it’s also a great reference for my husband if he needs to know the plans for food. Trust me, they are going to ask what’s for dinner for the 50th time!
Pinterest is usually my saving grace when it comes to meal creativity!
Taking at least 10-15 minutes out of your day to plan meals for the week will save you a whole lot of headaches and scrambling during the week. I can not tell you how many times I have wasted so much time trying to figure out what we were going to eat. The combination of planning and using the Samsung Family Hub Smart Refrigerator is a bonus. If you are like me, sometimes that piece of paper with dinner plans gets lost. Along with being able to write dinner plans in the Samsung Hub Smart fridge, there are so many great features that this fridge offers like looking inside your refrigerator remotely or viewing who’s at your front door via the ring app. As a busy full-time professional, wife, and mom, I think it is worth investing in a refrigerator that keeps you connected.
I hope this was helpful in some type of way. Happy meal planning!