Best this-decade litmus test of whether something is a success or not?
Facebook discussion, hands down.
I’ve dabbled with a few of the online meal planning programs over the years here at KS, and when I talk about them, ask questions or give shoutouts on Facebook, they are largely ignored and get little "reach" as well as slight interaction: likes, comments, shares.
Except for one.
When I toss out Plan to Eat, bar none, there are fans who comment about how they’re trying and enjoying it, how much the system has saved their meal planning, and all about their love for PTE.
It’s also the one that surprises people, myself included. I do NOT like other people planning my meals or shopping list for me, and I’m not a huge technology person (other than blogging, of course…). But I’m one of many people I know or have heard from who say, after trying Plan to Eat, "I didn’t think I’d like it, but I’ve been pleasantly surprised!!"
Now is the Time to Try!
This weekend is PTE’s best sale of the year – 50% off a year subscription, which brings the service to only $1.60/month. I guarantee you spend more than that on wasted food and/or purchasing last-minute or not-on-sale items if you’re not a good menu planner.
You can also get gift subscriptions for Christmas for only $15.50 each, and they don’t start until the person you’re giving it to redeems the gift (no wasted days!).
Spread the meal planning love.
Big thumbs up to Plan to Eat for helping keep the KS content free to all readers for many years now, and for partnering with me on big projects like Better Than a Box – you can get all those recipes in PTE for free, as well as the PTE KS group, where there are well over 100,000 recipes added by KS readers. More likely to get real food there than a random Google search, and all you have to do is click this link to view it once you have your subscription. Yay!