I have posted on this before, but it has come to mind again because my days (and nights) have been so hectic lately. I love to cook and I try to ensure we eat healthy and whenever possible we all eat together. This is a difficult combination to achieve at the best of times, and when both parents work, the only possible way to make this happen is meal planning. As I pointed out before, Martha Stewart's Everyday Food magazine has a handy meal planning feature called Grocery Bag which includes five days of meals and their recipes and a tear out-shopping list.
I have also decided to try this meal planner app called Relish ... I will let you know how that works out after I give it a go. It isn't free, but it is pretty cheap if it does what they say it can.
Allrecipes.com also has meal plans and an app called Dinner Spinner which has good reviews and I will give it a try as well.
I also heard about this idea of spending one day cooking a month to make a month's worth of freezer meals and I found this interesting site: Once a Month Mom