This is a great resource to help you with individual consults or group classes.

Use this information sheet to get the conversation going, to cover practical skills for eating well at home and building meal planning and meal prep skills.

When your clients are needing to eat at home more often and work on meal planning, this resource is helps:

  • Reduce stress around meal planning and meal prep
  • Simplify meal prep
  • Reduce time spent in the kitchen
  • Keep anyone motivated with meals at home longer
  • Balance simple meals easily
  • Improve meal planning skills

This helpful 1-page resource lists a few meal planning resources at the bottom of the page to get clients started with ideas for building their own meal planning and space is left for you to add additional resources that you love.

If you like the “Let’s Eat In” resource but you know of edits and improvements you want to add – find the Canva template available here so you can customize it for your needs. You might want to improve it with a new title, colors, font, plus add all your ideas to strengthen the content and of course add your name and website to make it your own.  This could be a thorough resource for a specific class you’re leading or for counseling sessions with your edits to this template.

Use the Let’s Eat In resource to get clients started on meal planning ideas and pair it with this Month of Meals resource, already complete with 4 weeks of evening meal ideas added to a calendar for them.  Learn more about this helpful resource HERE!  And find it along with weekly meal planners also available as templates in my RD2RD store.

Needing help with packing lunches?  Take a quick peek at this resource full of ideas for packing quick and balanced lunches.

Practice Meal Planning – Recommended Tools

These meal planning topics work well right along with these practical 4-page meal planner sets to help your clients improve their meal planning skills and build actual meal plans that work

And find help with breakfast with this Free Breakfast planner and a helpful menu of Quick Breakfasts to help those clients who still aren’t eating breakfast or just need a little guidance on including a balanced breakfast to start their day.



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  • Let's Eat In

    Beautiful product for clients. Easy to ready. Easy to use. Great ideas to help clients learn to plan meals for themselves and their families.

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