Wednesday, October 19, 2016

The Familyman's Christmas Treasury (A Homeschool Crew Review)

My family loves the holidays.. From early October until the start of the new year, we are in holiday mode, gearing up for Halloween, followed by Thanksgiving and then heading straight into the Christmas season.  The colored lights start getting untangled, the Christmas tree is set up and decorated and Christmas music begins to be played soon after the turkey is served.

Even though it was a bit early, we were able to have a bit of Christmas early in Sept/Oct when we had the opportunity to review the digital download version of The Familyman's Christmas Treasury - Audio Collection from The Familyman.

The Christmas Treasury Audio Collection includes 6 stories written by Todd Wilson (The Familyman Podcast) and read by Jim Hodges.  Available as a 6 CD collection or by downloadable digital MP3 files, the collection includes the following stories:

  • Captain Chaos and The Manger Blaster -Ten year old Jason is bored with the manger. The Nativity Story would be so much exciting with a Superhero and a blaster to blast that manger to bits.  Will Jason feel the same once he sees how life would be without the baby in the manger?
  • Cootie McKay's Nativity - It's the Christmas that almost wasn't when the nativity scene is destroyed.. Until Cootie McKay comes to save the day...  Only Cootie doesn't know anything about the Christmas Story.  
  • The Stranger - When a stranger comes to town, he finds very few friendly faces at Sam's church. But as Sam's family shows this stranger kindness, Sam starts to realize that this is no ordinary stranger they've let into their home. 
  • The Bishop's Dream - How would  St Nicolas feel if he knew how much focus is given to him as "Santa Claus" during the holiday season instead of the focus being on the birth of Christ. 
  • Harold Grubbs and the Christmas Vest - Issac's dad drags out that UGLY sweater every Thanksgiving and wears it to church.  Issac hates it - it's embarrassing to be seen with his dad when he wears it. Until his dad tells him the story of Harold Grubbs. 
  • Gladys Remembers Christmas - Gladys hates Christmas almost as much as she hates her name. Her name reminds her of her mother who died when she was a child and Christmas reminds her that everyone is happy - except her.   
We were also given the MP3s to two additional Christmas stories which are not available with the CD set but are available on the Familyman website as digital downloads:
  • It's Called Christmas -  Nook, a young man from 300 years from the future who has traveled to our time to give us a warning of what will happen if we take Christ out of Christmas.  
  • The Secret of the Snow Village - Who doesn't love looking at those tiny decorative Christmas villages? Catherine loves looking at her Grandmother's village and finds herself envious of their "perfect Christmas". 

Each story runs between 15 to 30 minutes and is suitable for all ages, from the very young to the very old.

What We Thought:

Since we were reviewing the digital download version of the Treasury collection, we downloaded the 8 MP3 files and uploaded them to our Amazon account.  This worked very well for us as we could then just use the app on our phone or tablets to listen to them as well as to play them on our Amazon Echo.

Jim Hodges has a very smooth voice and is easy to listen to.  These are stories that can easily become a Christmas Eve tradition of listening with the family while sipping on hot chocolate.

My personal favorite out of the 8 stories was "The Stranger".  The Bible says that we should always keep the lamp lit and prepared for the master's return and this story really made me think about that . What if Christ knocked on your door tonight, would you let him in?  I love the idea of Jesus being a guest in my house.

The kids really liked "Captain Chaos and The Manger Blaster" - they thought Jim Hodges robotic voice of Captain Chaos in this particular story was funny.   Garrett loved it!!

One of the things I absolutely love about these stories is that they focus on the true meaning of Christmas - not the presents or the Christmas tree. Not the man in the red suit with white trim. Instead, these classic stories bring the listeners attention to the fact that Jesus is the reason for the Season. Todd Wilson is a great story writer.  

All of these stories are available in MP3 format and the first 6 are available when purchasing the 6 CD set.  If listening to audio readings isn't your style, each story is also available in book format on the website, perfect for cuddling up on the couch and reading as a family each night leading up to Christmas.

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To learn more about the Familyman Ministries and the Christmas Treasury Audio Collection, please visit their website or visit any of their social media websites at:

The Familyman's Christmas Treasury - Audio Collection {The Familyman} Reviews

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Educeri (A Homeschool Crew Review)

If there's one thing that I really enjoy, it's having access to online services where I have lessons and handouts already prepped and ready to teach.  I really do stink at trying to throw together my own lesson plans and I do so much better when I'm told what to do and how to do it than trying to plan it out myself.   So I was pretty excited when I was given access to more than 1000 Ready to Teach lessons with a 12 month subscription to Educeri Lesson Subscription Service from Educeri .......  Educeri a division of DataWORKS .

About Educeri

Educeri is an online subscription service offering a large variety of lesson plans for a large range of subjects created for teachers by other teachers for grades K-12.

Subjects included are:

English Language Arts
Physical Education

Just a Small Sampling of the Lessons available for 3rd Grade

Using Educeri is very easy.  Simply browse the available lessons, which can be sorted by grade or
Summary Page
by subject and select the topic that you wish to teach.  You are then brought to a summery page that gives a brief description as to what will be covered by the lesson.  There is also a comments page on the summary page where you can read comments left by other users in regards to the lesson (if there has been any left) or you can leave your own.  

This summary page will also list if any additional resources are available for the lesson, such as quizzes or handouts.  Also listed are what recommended browsers would work best for viewing the lesson.

By clicking the "Teach Lesson" button, you are then brought to a simple but effective slideshow style lesson that walks you through teaching the lesson.  Lessons are completely laid out for, including a script to help you instruct the students properly through the given concept.  CFU questions are given to use to check the students understanding on each section of the lesson as well as a breakdown of vocabulary and speaking points that might be used to really help illustrate the topic.

Periodic Reviews are also given on adjacent slides to reiterate the previous slides points and to make sure of student comprehension before moving on to the next topic of discussion. 

Printable PDF files are available for most lessons which allows students to follow along with a paper in front of them as well as to record the answers to questions asked through the lesson. Each lesson seems to have 3-4 handouts that accompany the lesson, and some lessons also have printable quizzes.

This is not a program that you can just sit your students in front of and allow them to work independently.  This is far from passive and does require time and effort from the "teacher".  But it is nice to have the entire lesson plan laid out, along with speaking points, ready to go, just print the handouts and quizzes, load the lesson and get started.

My really big complaint about this subscription is that the math lessons are all common core aligned.  While not an absolute deal breaker for me, I prefer to avoid common core teaching, especially when it comes to mathematics (I tend to be a bit more lenient with language arts or science).   For this reason, we used more of the Language Arts lessons than we did anything else.

A secondary complaint is lack of content for younger grades.  While there were tons of math and language arts lessons for 2nd and 3rd grade, there were absolutely no lessons available for either grade in any of the other subjects.  This limited our ability to use the subscription service as there just wasn't anything beyond the math/English we could use.

Overall, I really like the concept of having full lesson plans laid out for me to just run with.  But the limited selections and the common core alignment just really limited what I wanted to use.  I do have a list of language arts and a few math lessons I plan to use, but I would like to see much more added to the other subjects to include the younger grades.

To learn more about Educeri and their subscription service, please visit their website or any of their social media sites at:

Twitter: https://twitter.com/teacheduceri   @educeri

Educeri Lesson Subscription Service

Monday, October 17, 2016

What Being on the Crew Means To Me....

As you know, I've been a member of the Homeschool Review Crew  for the past two years and it has been a wonderful journey for me in so many ways.  I wanted to take a few moments to share with you what a wonderful blessing the crew has been for me and encourage you to consider applying yourself. 

If you're like me, you've probably read many of the reviews the Crew posts on various curriculum. There have been many times I'm googling a particular curriculum for information before putting my hard earned money down on it and I end up on a crew member's review. Prior to being on the crew, I never knew how people got the opportunity to do reviews on curriculum but I couldn't help but be a bit envious. I mean, come on, they get free curriculum to try, many times curriculum that I was either spending big bucks on or having to skip entirely because I just couldn't afford it. 

Two years ago, on an October day much like today, I just happened to come across a posting on one of the many Homeschool Facebook groups stating the Review Crew was accepting applications for bloggers. You've probably seen the one posted here to the left this year inviting you to submit an application.  I'm not even sure what possessed me to apply when I saw the same ad back then, other than maybe just the desperation of being a financially strapped military family and the idea of getting curriculum for free.  I had a blog that nobody read (I was lucky to get 5 hits a month and those were probably my own), no followers whatsoever, and I was honesty failing pretty miserably at my own homeschooling journey at that time.  I knew even filling out that application that never in a million years would I be selected for something like the crew - but I had always been taught that the only sure way to guarantee something is to not try in the first place.

But I did fill it out and a few weeks later I received an email from Kate Kessler from the Old Schoolhouse Magazine saying they were interested in my blog and me.

After a "practice review", I officially became a member of the 2015 Review Crew and it has been such a wonderful journey since then.  This year was my second year on the Crew and it's been an amazing blessing for my family and myself.  Before the crew, I was piecemealing a curriculum together the best I could, hoping to find something on my budget that my children would respond well to.  Through the Crew, I have now had the opportunity to review various curriculum that wasn't even a possibility being on an already stretched thin military budget, such as Apologia,  IEW, Horizons, and CTC Math.

A Very Small Sampling of Some of the Vendors We Reviewed in 2016 - These were some of our Favorites This Year
But we've also been introduced to some vendors that we were completely unfamiliar with that have turned out to become favorites in our household. Companies and products like Here to Help Learning, Foreign Language for Kids by Kids, and Science Shepherd who might not be as well known or are just starting out, but who offer top notch curriculum that our family has loved.

I cannot even begin to tell you what a blessing our review for the Forbrain bone conductive headset ( a review item) has been to our household with us living at a very remote military base with very little access to services such as speech therapy.  It has been a game changer in my son's speech and reading but is something that I never would have been able to afford on my own.

But There's So Much More!!

Yes, the curriculum is wonderful and of course is probably the biggest draw when considering joining the crew, but I want to tell you, there are so many more blessings to be had beyond just what comes to your mailbox throughout the year.

The Homeschool Review Crew is made up of over 200 homeschooling families, much like yourself.  These members come from all walks of life, with different backgrounds, beliefs, teaching styles, and family sizes.  (We even have a homeschooling father - so if you're of the male gender, don't let that stop you from considering applying- we would love to have you join us too!!).  We have families who have very large families (10 or more) and we have families who are teaching their own child.  There are families who have very small children and we have families who have already graduated a few of their children from High School and have seen them move off to college. We have families who know the difficulties of homeschooling a special needs child and we have families who know the struggles of being a mom working outside of the home while homeschooling each day.

Yet, regardless of the various differences, you will never find so much camaraderie as you will find among the members of the Review Crew.  We all come together as a family - a family who is extremely supportive of your homeschool ventures and who wants to help you succeed in all aspects of life:  from your family, your faith, your career, your relationships, your parenting challenges and your homeschooling. The crew is there to listen, give advice and help support you throughout your journey.

You have over 200 members who are there to offer you advice or support when you are struggling with issues at home, members who will pray for you when you need it, or who want to celebrate with you when your children accomplish learning their ABC's or Multiplication tables.

I mentioned at the beginning of this that when I actually applied for the crew two years ago, my homeschooling journey was a mess.  That's putting it nicely..  I was very frustrated and was second guessing my decision to keep my children home.  I was at my rope's end.    But through the blessing of the crew and it's members, I began to learn that there were other ways than just trying to replicate public schools at home..  Today, the kids are doing so well with their school, a complete 180* compared to where we were two years ago in October and I have the crew to thank for that.

For me, this has been one of the greatest benefits, especially as a SAHM on a pretty isolated military base with a Special Needs child. There are days I feel completely isolated, only having two ankle bitters at home and no real adult interaction. I might want to pull my hair out, lock myself in my bedroom, hide under the covers and have a good cry. Instead, I find myself connecting with my crew friends, sharing a laugh with them while I drink my coffee or reading how they used a curriculum that we are reviewing in a way that I didn't consider. I've gotten to know some very wonderful people and developed many friendships that will last a very long time.

And guess what?? There's room for you in our little family too!!

If you have a homeschooling blog, I urge you to take the chance of filling out the application and joining our Crew.  Come for the free curriculum - but I guarantee - you'll stay for the bonds you'll develop with your Crew Family.  For more information and to find out the requirements that are asked of crew members,  click the banner below or visit the information page here. .. And be sure to take a chance and fill out the application.  

What being on the Crew means ...

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Online Christian Filmmakers Academy ( A Homeschool Crew Review)

I don't know how it happened but somewhere in the recent past, Ashleigh got it into her head that she is going to be the next YouTube sensation.  It's pretty funny, to be honest.  She gets her Kindle and gets the camera going and you can hear her say "Hey Youtube, this is Ashleigh and today I'm making a video about..."..   I've tried to embrace this passion for her by helping her make actual YouTube videos and she and our dog have starred in a couple of unboxing videos for subscription dog boxes that we receive.  But while these videos are very cute, they are far from looking anything remotely like a high quality production.  Let's face it, Mom is not a director or a film producer.   However, I'm hoping to fix that.

Recently, members of the Homeschool Review Crew were given the opportunity to review the one year  Online Christian Filmmakers Academy from Family Gravity Media, a division of Families For Christ Ministries, Inc.  I knew this would be a perfect opportunity for both myself and the kids to learn about the filmmaking process and pick up tips and tricks to create a more polished video for Ashleigh's subscribers (yes, she actually has a few.. lol).  

What is the Online Christian Filmmakers Academy?

The Online Christian Filmmakers Academy is an online instructional course for aspiring filmmakers to learn
the basics of producing quality video productions.  The course is taught by Ken and Zack Lawrence, a father and son team who have extensive experience in both in the secular and Christian film making industry. 

The course consists of five learning modules:

 Module 1: The Camera -  Introduces students to the DSLR camera, the various lenses, frame rate, shutter speed, and ISO settings
 Module 2:  Cinematography - Discusses types of lighting, color temp and white balance controls, framing and using lighting equipment.
 Module 3:  Sound - Using sound equipment such as external microphones, location recording and using ADR and Foley recordings
 Module 4: Pre Production - Teaches how to tell a story through video through proper screenplay writing and the important members of the production team.
 Module 5: Production - This module teaches how to put all the previous steps together along with proper etiquette on the set and how to properly direct your production

Each module is broken up in to individual video lessons.  As students view these videos, they are checked off to make it very easy to pick up where you left off.  You can also quickly see the topics of the video lesson so if there is a particular aspect that you might not have understood originally, you can quickly return to that topic and review the information.  

Upon selecting a Lesson, you are presented with a video that teaches the lesson, taught by either Ken or Zack.   The videos are in depth but both instructors have a knack for explaining the information in such a way that it is easy to understand and not too overwhelming.  Following the end of the lessons, a quiz is presented so that you can test your knowledge and see what you might want to go back and review before proceeding to the next module. 

Another nice function is there is a chat option where you can leave questions in regards to the material and either Ken or Zack will respond (in what appears to be a timely manner) to help with answers or to clarify information for the student.

What We Thought:

The Online Christian Filmmakers Academy is a one year course in filmmaking and while it would be very easy to fly through this course, we decided to take each step slowly and master each section before moving on.

There is lots of very helpful information for understanding how to make quality videos using nothing more than a standard DSLR. I personally shoot with a Canon t5i which has an available video mode option and I also own a few lenses in addition to my kit lens so we were able to follow along with the lessons easily using the equipment that we currently own.   While I consider myself pretty educated with my camera when it comes to still photography, I never really have used the video option for anything more than taking video of fireworks, to be honest.  Because of this, I found the lessons as they pertain to the actual video function on my camera very informative and educational and it is opening a whole new realm of possibilities for me.  The lessons are very informative and easy to understand, especially for someone who has prior knowledge of camera functions such as ISO, Fstops and aperture.  I really like how the the modules are broken down into easy to digest segments to keep from being overwhelmed by too much information..

While we haven't yet made a video just yet, we plan on using the various techniques that we have learned so far in our videos and I hope to see a big difference in the quality of the video we produce.  I don't expect to win an academy award anytime soon, but just producing a video that isn't a complete eyesore for Ashleigh's YouTube viewers would be nice :)

For a limited time, readers of my blog can use the following coupon code that will give you $100 off the regular price of $299. Please note that the coupon code is only valid through November 30th, 2016.    The code is: FALLCREW16 

For more information on the Online Christian Filmmakers Academy, please visit their website. They can also be found on the following social media:
Online Christian Filmmakers Academy {Family Gravity Media}

My Daily Routine (52 Lists)

For this week's 52 Lists, we were asked to list out what our current schedule looks like.  I wish I could say that our schedule runs like clockwork but as often happens, life interferes more often than not.  Sometimes we sleep in a bit later, sometimes we get up earlier.  Some days we have to put everything on hold because one or both of the kids just aren't emotionally up to following the lesson plans and some days we rock and roll at such a clip that we're done before we even get started..  But over all, this is generally how our day works out. 

52 lists with Chasing Slow

9:30am - time for mom to get up, get coffee going, let the dog out, and feed the pets.

9:30am until 10:30am - Drink coffee, check emails and facebook and generally get in the mood to start school.  This is also when I usually get a meal going in the crock pot if I'm using it that day.

10:30am until 12:30pm  - first half of classes for our school.  Our first half of class consists of our folk song and hymn (a new one each month), morning drills, poetry reading, our daily Aesop's fable, geography lessons, handwriting and reading.

12:30 til 1:15pm - Lunch time

1:15pm to 4pm - second half of school.  The second half of our day includes mathematics, natural history and science lessons, History lessons, Literature time, foreign language and Bible lessons. (History is on M, W, F and Science is on T, W).  On Fridays, we also include a nature walk.

4pm until 5:30 - FREE TIME!!  If all works well, I get to watch my DVR'ed episode of Dr Phil.

5:30-6:30pm- Dinner preparation and getting the plates to the table.  Yes, I cook dinner almost every night from scratch.. LOL

6:30-7pm - Dinner time as a family.  Yes, we all have dinner together (except dad who is at work).

7pm-8pm - Free Time..

8pm - kids take a bath

8:45pm - time for the kids to brush their teeth and get ready for bed.

9pm - the kids head to bed

9pm until 1:45am - spending time with my husband. He usually gets home from work around 11ish and so if I have any desire to spend quality time with him, it's after he gets home.  Typically we watch our tv shows together or he plays video games while I do reviews or lesson plans.  Sometime during this time, I also try to get a bath in lol

1:45am (ish) - Time for bed as I'm usually ready to drop. I typically fall asleep listening to either my  Word of Promise Audio Bible or to one of my various podcasts on my kindle.  I set a 30 minute timer and I'm usually asleep within 10 minutes.

Of course, there are some alterations to this schedule.. For example - on Thursdays we go to Awana.  On Saturday and Sunday, there's no school and we usually go to town to do things like grocery shopping and sometimes eat out.. But over all, this is how our household runs ;)

Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday, Counting Pinecones

Halloween decorating is getting into full swing here.  Each year we go all out for our decorations to give the kids on base something to enjoy while Trick or Treating.. Two years in a row we've been voted "best spook" on base and we're hoping this year is no different. 

Sunday we started the process of putting up the first of many decorations.. First on the agenda, our mini graveyard. 

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

MyFreezEasy (A Homeschool Crew Review)

We've all been there.  You walk in the house from a long day, all you want to do is just sit on the couch and unwind but before you even here "Hi honey, how was your day" you instead hear "MOM!!  WHATS FOR DINNER??"..  You look at the clock and you realize that your typical dinner time is only an hour away and you haven't the first clue as to what you want to make and you really don't feel like standing in the kitchen cooking an entire meal from scratch.  Maybe you should just order a pizza or ask your husband to pick up burgers on the way home.

I've been in that situation more times than I would really care to admit in the past. However, recently, this hasn't been a problem I've experienced in the last month since we started using MyFreezEasy.com Freezer Meal Plan Membership from MyFreezEasy. Instead, I have a freezer full of delicious meals ready to go with a variety of options.

What is MyFreezEasy?

Designed by Erin Chase, MyFreezEasy is a meal planning membership program that provides a large selection of easy to prepare meals that can quickly be assembled in large batches and then put in the freezer for quick dinner options for less than one hour of work.  With the basic membership, each month members have access to 5 new recipes, shopping lists, printable assembly instructions and video instructions to help them quickly prepare 10 meals for the month from one of five meal plan options.

Available meal plan options include:

A premium membership (which is what Crew members were given)  is also available and allows members access to all 5 meal plans and give the option to mix and match recipes from each of these plans to make your own custom meal plan.  Members can also sort recipes by protein and cooking method.  Each recipe makes suggestions as to possible sides to serve with the meal and there is also a free Ebook available on the website for premium members with recipes for sides to serve as well.   Another great option that is available with the Premium Membership is the ability to change the amount of servings per recipe. 

How We Used It

For this review, I thought this would be a great way to teach my oldest daughter meal planning and preparation.  Alyssa is hoping to go away to college and won't have Mom cooking for her every night and I really dread the idea of her eating ramen noodles every night.  So we printed out our first set of meal plans and headed to the grocery store to purchase the ingredients.   All ingredients used are easy to find and do not require special products that one would have to go to specialty stores for.  In our case, we were able to purchase almost everything at our local Aldi supermarket and was able to purchase the last few remaining items at the commissary on base. 

Once all our shopping was done, we set out to prepare ten meals, 9 going into the freezer and one to cook for dinner that night.  For this particular meal prep, we made 2 each of Slow Cooker Teriyaki Pork Tenderloins, Slow Cooker Spicy Mango Chicken Tacos, Ravioli Bakes, Lazy Lasagna Bakes and Chicken Fajita Bakes.   We put all our ingredients onto the counter where we then got to work.  Or at least, Alyssa got to work while Mom sat on a stool at the counter and supervised. 

Ingredients set out for preparation

The instructions for the meals were very easy to follow. Just print out the instruction sheets and follow the directions that tell you what to add to each freezer bag or foil baking pan. Measurements for spices and liquids are given in standard Tsps, tsps and cups.

Granted, after all was said and done, my kitchen was a downright mess but my teenager was pretty thrilled to realize that she had made 10 meals all on her own.  She said that it was actually very fun to do and that she found it very easy to follow along with.  It took her less than an hour from start to finish.

Meals prepped and in the freezer for later
So, the big question anyone would probably ask is "How did they taste?".. I mean, it's one thing to have 10 meals prepped in your freezer but if they don't taste that great, who's going to want to eat them, right??

Out of these 10 meals, we've eaten each of them at least once and a few of them we ate twice. Everyone in the family really enjoyed the meals and there wasn't much as far as leftovers went as plates generally were finished.

Our experience with MyFreezEasy didn't end with just those meals, however.  In the course of the last month, we have also tried many other recipes offered on the website, such as Chicken and Spinach Flautas (a huge hit with the kids), Slow Cooker Pork Chops with Apples and Sweet Potatoes, Slow Cooker Mongolian Beef, Slow Cooker Chicken Tortilla Soup, Baked Swedish Meatballs, Slow Cooker French Dip Sandwiches, Greek Chicken Bake, Minestrone Soup, Sloppy Joe Sandwiches and Upside Down Nacho Skillet.  Everyone has really enjoyed these meals and my husband, who is pretty picky when it comes to chicken, has even enjoyed them very much.  Even my EXTREMELY picky 8 year old has eaten everything we have tried so far.

I can't tell you how grateful I was having these meals already prepped in my freezer and ready to go when needed.  Two weeks ago, my kids got the hall floor wet after taking a bath and I ended up falling and injuring my knee.  For a number of days, I was unable to stand in the kitchen for long periods of time and it was nice to have my husband or daughter just grab a bag or pan out of the freezer, defrost it and pop it either in the oven or the slow cooker (which is why there were so many slow cooker recipes used  lol)..  For the first time in a long time, the pizza delivery driver has not made a trip to my house.

Another added benefit is that Charles, Alyssa and myself have all ended up losing a bit of weight since starting using this meal plan.  This was a huge surprise to me as I have been following one of the more recently popular eating plans with little success and I did not go into this review expecting to lose any weight. I am over 40 and suffer from a very slow metabolism disorder from years of not eating.. So one can only imagine my shock to step on the scale to find I had lost 10 lbs since starting using MyFreezEasy.  Granted, this is not a diet plan and does not promote itself as such - you will not find any weight loss tips on the website.  But I do want to mention this if anyone who is might be worried about their weight and hesitant to join because of it.

Overall, we've been extremely happy using the MyFreezEasy meal planning.  Having a variety of meals in the freezer ready to go has been a game changer for us.  I just might take Domino's off my speed dial ;)

For more information on MyFreezEasy, visit their website or visit one of their social media sites:

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MyFreezEasy.com Freezer Meal Plan Membership {MyFreezEasy}
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