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11 Gluten-Free Slow Cooker Freezer Meals (No Cooking Beforehand Required!)

Grab my 11 Gluten-Free Slow Cooker Freezer Meals (No Cooking Beforehand Required!) meal plan for FREE! It includes:

  • Recipe links for 11 super simple, just-stick-it-all-in-a-freezer-bag, gluten-free slow cooker freezer meals
  • ✔ A done-for-you shopping list for all of the recipes
  • Freezer bag labels to keep you organized and to make the day-of cooking quick and easy

Plus, you'll receive my latest posts and tips, encouragement, and resources for creating a simple, natural, faith-inspired home life.

Our 2015 Financial Plan: March/April Update

Our 2015 Financial Plan: March/April Update

It’s time for an update on how we’re doing with our 2015 financial plan. In case you missed it, here’s where I laid out all of our financial goals for the year. So let’s talk about how we did in March and April!

Debt Payoff

  • Pay off two credit cards that we have small balances on – We’ve paid off one of these credit cards so far. It looks like the other one will be paid off by mid-June. Hooray!
  • Pay off my student loans – No change here yet (other than paying the minimum each month).
  • Pay off half of a credit card that we have a large balance on – No change here yet (other than paying the minimum each month).

Savings

  • Save one month of income for our emergency fund – This is one of the priorities after we pay off the second credit card above in June.
  • Save a down payment to buy a house – No change here yet.
  • Fund our medical savings account for the year – This is the other priority after we pay off the second credit card above in June.
  • Do the 52-Week Money Savings Challenge and stick that money in our emergency fund – We’ve kept up with this every month this year so far.

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How Does an Awesome Bundle of Virtual Assistant and Work-at-Home Resources Sound?

I am so excited about this! I’ve been keeping the details under wraps and working behind-the-scenes for weeks on this. And now it’s finally time to let the cat out of the bag. You guys are going to love this!

If you’re a virtual assistant and/or you work from home – or even if you just aspire to be a virtual assistant and/or work from home – this is something you really, really don’t want to miss.

So without further ado…

The Bootstrap VA Final Edition Bundle Sale

The Bootstrap VA Final Edition Bundle Sale! This sale is all about celebrating the final edition of my popular eBook (The Bootstrap VA: The Go-Getter’s Guide to Becoming a Virtual Assistant, Getting and Keeping Clients, and More!) and my time as a virtual assistant, as well as sharing excellent resources (at a great price) to bless and encourage you on your virtual assistant and work-at-home journey going forward.

And something else pretty awesome is happening in regards to this sale – I’m donating 10% of my own personal earnings from this special sale to Compassion International. If I’m being honest, that’s the part I’m most excited about!

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7-Day Gluten-Free Meal Plan (with Optional Shopping Lists)

7-Day Gluten-Free Meal Plan (with Optional Shopping Lists)

I am so excited to share this meal plan with you all! It’s full of quick, easy, and tasty recipes that your family will absolutely love.

Ever notice that gluten-free meal plans tend to be full of time-consuming recipes with weird and hard-to-find ingredients? That doesn’t jive with me because I have limited time, limited funds, and limited patience in the kitchen. The recipes in this meal plan are easy and require little – and in many cases, no – prep beforehand (perfect for weeknight meals). The ingredients won’t break the bank and are ones you’re familiar with and can easily find at your local grocery store (and, worst case scenario, on Amazon). And dare I say it – your kids will even like these recipes (no making separate meals for picky eaters this week!).

This meal plan is for you if:

  • You’re a gluten-free family who just doesn’t want to plan meals this week (it gets exhausting, I know)
  • You have gluten-free visitors headed your way and you’ve been stressing out about what to feed them
  • You’re making the transition to a gluten-free diet and you’re not sure where to start
  • You have a grocery budget you need to stick to but you’re dying to mix it up a little
  • You’re single or if you have a family – these recipes will please even picky eaters!

This meal plan was created with a busy family of four in mind. But if your family is bigger, just double everything. And if your family is smaller, cut everything in half. Or, hey, if you want to fill your freezer, just double everything and freeze it all for later. Easy peasy!

Below you’ll find links to all of the recipes in this meal plan, as well as any notes I have about the recipes (ingredients, preparation, etc). I’ve also created a Pinterest board for this meal plan so that when it’s time to get cooking, you can easily find all of the recipes. Lastly, I’ve taken the time to put together an optional shopping lists download for this meal plan. You can buy the download for the teeny, tiny amount of $1.99 (thanks for supporting this blog!).

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