One Project at a Time: 1/21/14 | A Bowl Full of Lemons

One Project at a Time: 1/21/14

During the month of January, I hope you’re joining us in our Plain & Simple organizing challenge. We’re focusing on the kitchen and so I can’t help but share two link ups from last week that go perfectly with this theme! Last week I shared a link up to help you get started with meal planning and grocery shopping. I hope you found it helpful!

If this is your first time joining us for the party, I’m glad you’re here and look forward to seeing what you have to share. This is our day to turn the spotlight on all of you! You can share your DIY projects, recipes, green living tips, organizing ideas and everything in between! We simply ask that you grab a button before you do.

 
 
 

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Cooking for a month has always seemed daunting to me. Okay, cooking for dinner can stress me out, but that’s beside the point. I’ve always loved the idea of getting it all done at once, have it all ready for when the nights get busy and the schedules get crazy. Carrie, from Saving 4 Six, has me so inspired  with her post, to get cooking with her fantastically yummy recipes and easy to follow steps, now seems so easy! I hope it does the same for you.

 

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While you’re meal planning and cooking for a month, saving money by making some of your own recipes fits right into the mix (haha). Debbie, from One Little Project at a Time, shared a great recipes for taco seasoning. This very well may change my opinion of Mexican Monday, making it my absolute favorite night of the week. To see her full post, click <HERE>

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I hope these link ups have inspired you to get into your kitchen more, like they have me. Now it’s your turn to share what you’ve been working on!

 
 
 

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Comments

  1. Thanks so much for hosting! Hope you have a great week!

  2. Thanks for hosting Rachel (seems like there is a whole team here). Have a great week.
    Joy

  3. Wow I would love to do all the cooking for a month but my freezer would never look like THAT….LOL Great post. Thanks for hosting the party, have a great week.

  4. Hello Rachel! I have read several pins on cooking for a month, but have yet to find one that does not involve a lot of plastic/ aluminum waste. I don’t buy baggies oif I can help it and dollar store tins seem so flimsy you cannot reuse. Does anyone have tips on doing the cooking for a month inexpensivly and without waste? Thanks! Jessica

  5. Thank you, thank you, thank you for featuring my Cooking for a Month post. This week I linked up the Cooking for a Month FAQs to help answer some of the questions readers may have.

    • Thank you for sharing, Carrie! It really does inspire me to get my tail in gear and start freezer cooking, meal planning and cooking once a month.

  6. Thanks so much for hosting! Hope you have a great day.
    KC

  7. Thank you so much for featuring my taco seasoning recipe! You have been sending some amazing traffic to my blog today! I really really appreciate it! :)

    Debbie @ One Little Project

    • Thanks for sharing the recipe. Monday’s are my husbands ‘famous tacos’ (as my children call them), I can’t wait to add this recipe to the menu.

  8. Hello :) Thank you so much for hosting. Happy to link up my valentine’s hearts to such a great inspiration board x

    • I look forward to checking out your link. So hard to believe Valentine’s day is upon us already. Slow down, 2014! Slow down!! Thanks for joining the party!

  9. What a lovely party!
    Have a very happy and creative week!!
    hugs x, Crystelle
    Crystelle Boutique

  10. Thank you for hosting and I hope you have a great week!

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