The demise of my mother in law in 2010 has taught me a practical tip on how to save on food (expenses) served during memorial services. I know this post will give you the creeps, but I will share it anyway. When my mother in law died, her children decided that memorial service should be held at the nearby chapel instead of holding it in one of the houses of the surviving children. If the funeral was held at home, the host will have no choice but to prepare breakfast, lunch and dinner for visitors. This is not practical for hubby’s siblings since not all children could give their share for the funeral expenses. The rites held at the chapel turned out to be less expensive because visitors are only served with snacks including soda and biscuits or coffee and biscuits.
Do you know that planning meals can be beneficial for you? You may think that the best thing that you did is securing your reverse mortgage but there are still a lot of things that you can do that will give you numerous advantages..
When you do meal planning, expect the following benefits:
- You will be able to save money – You can stretch your food budget more if you would plan each meal. No need to buy ingredients that you will not need for certain dishes you are going to make.
- You can plan to eat healthy meals – Instead of high calorie meals, you can control the ingredients you are going to use to make it more organic and of course, healthy.
- You will feel less stressed – Thinking about the food that you are going to cook can be stressful. Reduce your stress now by planning your meals.
Can you still think of other advantages that meal planning can give? Feel free to share what you have learned too.