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Question by Margaret: Does once a month cooking for a family of 5 really save enough money to make it worth it?
Hello. I am a mother of three beautiful children,ages 10,6 and 3 and am expecting a new little one in June. I work three 12-hour days per week. What we do right now is I make up two dinners the night before I am scheduled to work and my husband heats the second one up at the kids’ normal dinner time at 5, since I don’t get home until 7:30 or so. I was thinking about it and it might be easier and cheaper if I took one weekend out of the month to make all of our dinners for that month. I could come up with a two week plan for meals depending on sales, double the recipes, buy in bulk at Costco and then freeze them. It would be nice to just be able to throw something into the oven then go help with homework or whatever instead of having to take time away from my children to cook a healthy meal each day. So the convenience factor is definitely there. However, I was wondering if it would actually be cheaper by more than just a marginal amount to do it once a month. Have any of you done this? Has it saved you much money on your grocery bill? Any other drawbacks to once a month cooking?
We had tried that and it didn’t work out too well. I love my husband but he has trouble multitasking between cooking and watching the three of them. When he is home with only my older two, then he can cook just fine. It is my youngest son, who is three and extremely clingy, that creates the issue.
Answer by T68 I recommend you work with your husband and let him know it is OK if he cooks 2-3 days/week. It is not that big of a deal. If he can make himself a sandwich, he can make a meal for the family.
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Question by Gemini: How can I make extra money?
I currently work full time but I need a little extra money each month. I want to help my mom out with some of her monthly bills. I would love to have my own little business on the side. Nothing big. Any ideas? I love to paint, oil paint. I love to do hair/make up…I don’t have a cosmetology license however. Any other ideas? Thanks in advance!
Question by Give Yourself a Chant: Does the entertainment industry reinforce low standards in American Culture by enabling it to make money?
Many people display uncivil, undignified behavior in their lifestyles and don’t seem to want to improve. I’m talking about those who do have opportunity to make better decisions in pursuing education, healthy eating habits, reading more, listening to music that doesn’t celebrate dysfunction, and the like: but don’t take advantage of it. Maybe they would aspire to greater heights without negative reinforcement from pop culture?
Answer by Give Blood I often have thoughts of this sort but I also believe in the freedoms promoted by this country. I guess the answer is to be sure everyone gets the education needed to let them realize how empty the rotten lifestyles really are.
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