Are you tired of eating out all of the time?
Do you like to try new recipes but get stuck on what to make?
Does Pinterest overwhelm you with all of the choices?
Do you wish someone would just give you a list of ingredients and a recipe...making life simple?
Then you need The One Year Slow Cooker Challenge!
The One Year Slow Cooker Challenge is designed for busy people, looking for simple dinner ideas, that won't break the bank, don't require fancy culinary skills, and their family will actually eat!
Every Monday you will receive an ingredient list for your grocery shopping trip. Then on Wednesday you will receive the recipe along with tips from me on using your slow cooker, what to pair with your meal, and other fun tidbits along the way.
When I was 12 years old I developed my first slow cooker recipe while my mom was at work. To this day I still make that recipe and remember how accomplished I felt when my mom came home exhausted from work and delighted that I took the initiative to make our family a hearty meal. Ever since, I've loved making dinners in the slow cooker. The ability to set it and forget it while getting other stuff accomplished is life changing!
So, grab a slow cooker if you don't already have one (here's my favorite!) and join me on a year long endeavor of slow cooking!
Melissa started blogging in 2011, right after her son was born, as an outlet for being a brand new stay at home mom. When she first began blogging she set her goals to have fun and maybe make enough money for a Disney vacation. She and her husband came to an agreement that any money she made from her blog, Serendipity and Spice, would go for the fun stuff in their lives...like a trip to Disney World.
By Year Two of her blogging journey Melissa's husband had to put a stop to all the extravagant vacations and say "we can't spend all of this money on Disney!".
At Year Three of living the blog life Melissa began hosting successful blog conferences including Food Blog University in Cancun, Mexico and Blog Life University in Atlanta, Ga. She also began offering independent coaching to friends and relatives on How to Start a Blog.
Melissa has found success in the world of blogging while giving herself the flexibility of a stay at home mom. She is passionate about showing other women how they can start living the blog life and achieve their dreams. She is now offering online training and group coaching programs on creating a successful blog.