DINNERTIME HAS BECOME SO overcomplicated.
GO WITH ME HERE...
Imagine it's 5:00 on a weeknight. *Cue the cringe.*
How did making a meal for your family become the most stressful part of the day? Remember when you used to love to cook? And now you're just trying to get through it. It's the worst feeling, and I know it well.
Then don't even get me started on the mom guilt. You've seen the Instagram version where you and your kids are supposed to cook together (in slow mo, of course), everyone with smiles and perfectly cute flour smears on foreheads and noses. But when you measure that Rockwell-esque picture against your own, you wonder how you could be failing so hard. You hang your head in your hands as the rice sticks to the bottom of the pot on the stove, while standing strategically in the spot with the least number of curse-word-inducing Legos on the floor, kids nagging for snacks as you attempt to throw together a meal at the end of an already long day.
Well, first of all, friend. Let me tell you one thing right now. YOU ARE NOT FAILING. YOU ARE ENOUGH.
I wish I could hold your crying kid for you while you sip Pinot and stir risotto… If I could wave a magic wand, that's what I'd want, too.
But I promise, this course is the next best thing.
Life is meant to be easy.
Cooking is meant to be fun.
ALL YOU NEED IS A HANDY ARSENAL OF TOOLS YOU CAN WHIP OUT,
NO MATTER WHAT YOU'VE GOT GOING ON.
Like a chef’s roll of knives, there are different tools for different situations.
A paring knife for tiny, intricate cuts. A clever for the big stuff. A serrated knife for crusty bread and juicy tomatoes.
Like a chef, you can’t expect to be able to hack away at making meals happen every day using the same technique when life is constantly changing.
Meal kit subscriptions, Pinterest-perfect prep plans, you name it – they all promise to prevent you from hitting crisis mode. But the truth is, none of these canned (pardon the pun) “solutions” fit gracefully into your busy life.
Bottom line: Your budget, your precious time, and your diet shouldn’t be left in anyone else’s hands but yours.
A 12 week, strategy-based course that teaches you
how to be a creative and joyful cook,
no matter what life throws at you.
DON'T JUST TAKE MY WORD FOR IT...
Here's what Seamless students have to say!
A month ago, I was spending $200 a week and had no idea what was going to be for dinner. I just tallied our food expense for this weekly grocery trip and it's been reduced down to $89 and now I know what's for breakfast, lunch, and dinner! If you use the tools that Allie gives you in her course, you can save so much!!! 😍😍😍
“I’m so thankful for Allie’s Meal Planning Course! Allie taught me how to be intentional with the meals our family shared at the table and also took away my guilt of eating out or quick lunches because they were planned out ahead of time. I didn’t stare awkwardly at my fridge every day wondering “What can we do for lunch?” My shopping was simplified and this was the first month in a LONG time that we have stayed under budget for groceries!”
I'm less than a week in and feeling excited about exploring new flavor profiles I had not explored before! It's empowering to realize my extra produce can become inspiration to full meals! This course definitely expands past just time management and into a generally more creative cooking process.
Can't wait to get started?
Start finding meals already in your kitchen, today with my free training.
LET'S DO SOME
This short video and downloadable templates will keep you from staring awkwardly at the fridge wondering what to cook. I'm talking three steps to dinner being covered, like, tonight.
Ready to write the shortest grocery list, ever?
Sweet, cause I'm gonna teach you how to find meals in your kitchen you didn't even know you had.