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Woman who never knows what to make for dinner wows the internet with her simple meal-planning hack 

An Australian supermarket employee who never knows what to make for dinner has shared her simple meal-plan idea to make dinnertime easier during the week.

The hack involves choosing up to five meals to allocate to each day of the week on a planning board.

Chynna posted to a popular Facebook group and said picking what to eat for dinner is ‘one of the hardest’ decisions she has to make, but using a meal-plan food board helps to simplify this daily choice.

‘My partner and I aren’t the type to do a big shop at the start of the week and organise dinners, I work at a supermarket so I just grab what I need every day after work,’ she said online. 

An Australian supermarket employee who never knows what to make for dinner has shared her clever meal-plan idea to make dinnertime easier during the week. The simple hack involves choosing up to five meals to allocate to a day of the week on a meal-plan board hung to the wal

An Australian supermarket employee who never knows what to make for dinner has shared her clever meal-plan idea to make dinnertime easier during the week. The hack involves choosing up to five meals to allocate to a day of the week on a meal-plan board hung to the wall

‘I spotted this little hack on my feed and decide to give it go! I have about 25 dinners written down and we pick it out at the start of the week, can’t wait for next week now!’ she said.

To make the planning board Chynna used a $4.35 A4 clipboard from Officeworks, clips and wooden sticks to write the individual meal ideas on. 

The dinners she has included feature butter chicken, spaghetti carbonara and a simple stirfry.

The simple idea was praised by other social media users part of the Facebook community, which has more than 320,000 members.  

Chynna posted to a popular Facebook group and said picking what to eat for dinner is 'one of the hardest' decisions she has to make, but using a meal-plan food board helps to simplify this daily choice

Chynna posted to a popular Facebook group and said picking what to eat for dinner is ‘one of the hardest’ decisions she has to make, but using a meal-plan food board helps to simplify this daily choice

x=To make the planning board Chynna used a $4.35 A4 clipboard from Officeworks, clips and wooden sticks to write the individual meal ideas o

To make the planning board Chynna used a $4.35 A4 clipboard from Officeworks, clips and wooden sticks to write the individual meal ideas on

‘Omg love this idea!!’ one person said.

‘Might have to try this because I can’t choose what I [want to] have for dinner every night,’ another said.

‘I do this with my housemate! … Works out a treat and no food goes to waste!’ a third added.

Some of the meals chosen at the time included butter chicken, stir fry, cornflake chicken sushi, carbonara and schnitzel with vegetables.

The hack is simple to recreate and can help save time choosing meals during the week. 








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