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Crock Pot Cooking
As far as Home Time Management is concerned... Crock pot cooking ROCKS!
Imagine spending a few minutes in the morning assembling the ingredients You'd have to do this ANYWAY, right... this just makes it a little less stressful cause you don't have hungry people with knives close by.
Then imagine you leave to go to work... or run errands... or shopping and… lo-and-behold… when you return dinner is cooked and the house smells WONDERFUL.
You have just gotten a whiff of the JOY of Crock pot cooking (aka, slow cooker cooking).
Crock pots are an absolute must in any home time management plan. You can even have something cooking overnight. I've heard from people who don't like to do this but I've done it with no problem.
I'm a pretty good planner but if something unexpected comes up a crockpot can help handle mealtimes with ease.
I remember something came up one night and I knew I wouldn't be home the next day to cook. I took a pound of frozen hamburger out of the freezer and put it in the crockpot and dumped in a supersized can of whole tomatoes and a bunch of seasonings.
I programmed that sucker on low for 12 hours and then when I woke up reprogrammed it again and... let me tell you... that was some GOOD spaghetti and, best of all, it took very little work.
If you will invest in one, and take the (minimal) time to learn to use it, the return on investment in time will absolutely blow your mind.
Now you'll need a good crock pot recipe book. I personally love one called "Fix it and Forget it."
They have several including one for diabetics and one aimed at desserts. And over time you'll make your own, too.
My job as a Home Time Management Coach is to help you save time on the things you HAVE to do… such as cooking, cleaning, laundry, and housework so that you can reinvest that time into your marriage, your kids, your family and friends, and even yourself.
As a matter of fact, this video has been created from an excerpt from my free 58 page eBook on Home Time Management and Cooking which is available for download from my website @ http://marysegers.com/cookingbook
If you'd like to learn more about Home Time Management then join my email list @ http://marysegers.com/join and I'll send you daily emails aimed at covering all aspects of Home Time Management including saving time on cooking, cleaning, laundry, housework and then spending that time on your spouse, your kids, your family and friends, and even yourself.
Remember… you only have one life. It's up to you how you live it.

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  • Crock Pot Cooking
  • As far as Home Time Management is concerned... Crock pot cooking ROCKS!
  • Imagine spending a few minutes in the morning assembling the ingredients. You'd have to do this ANYWAY., right.. this just makes it a little less stressful cause you don't have hungry people with knives close by)
  • Then imagine you leave to go to work... or run errands... or shopping and… lo-and-behold… when you return dinner is cooked and the house smells WONDERFUL.
  • You have just gotten a whiff of the JOY of Crock pot cooking (aka, slow cooker cooking).
  • Crock pots are an absolute must in any home time management plan. You can even have something cooking overnight. I've heard from people who don't like to do this but I've done it with no problem.
  • I'm a pretty good planner but if something unexpected comes up a crockpot can help handle mealtimes with ease.
  • I remember something came up one night and I knew I wouldn't be home the next day to cook. I took a pound of frozen hamburger out of the freezer and put it in the crockpot and dumped in a supersized can of whole tomatoes and a bunch of seasonings.
  • I programmed that sucker on low for 12 hours and then when I woke up reprogrammed it again and... let me tell you... that was some GOOD spaghetti and, best of all, it took very little work.
  • If you will invest in one, and take the (minimal) time to learn to use it, the return on investment in time will absolutely blow your mind.
  • Now you'll need a good crock pot recipe book. I personally love one called "Fix it and Forget it."They have several including one for diabetics and one aimed at desserts. And over time you'll make your own, too.
  • If you found this video helpful then don’t forget to “Like” it so it’ll be easier for others to find.Also, I’d love it if you’d “Pin” me and pass me on to your friends.And, if you have a Home Time Management topic you’d like to see covered shoot me an email @marysegers@marysegers.com
  • My goalas a Home Time Management Coach is to help you save time on the things you HAVE to do… such as cooking, cleaning, laundry, and housework so that you can reinvest that time into your marriage, your kids, your family and friends, and even yourself.
  • As a matter of fact, this video has been created from an excerpt from my free 58 page eBook on Home Time Management and Cooking which is available for download from my website @ http://marysegers.com/cookingbook
  • If you'd like to learn more about Home Time Management then join my email list @ http://marysegers.com/join and I'll send you daily emails aimed at covering all aspects of Home Time Management including saving time on cooking, cleaning, laundry, housework and then spending that time on your spouse, your kids, your family and friends, and even yourself.
  • Remember… you only have one life. It's up to you how you live it.

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  • 1. Crock Pot Cooking (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • 2. As far as Home Time Management is concerned... Crock pot cooking ROCKS! Image courtesy of John Kasawa / FreeDigitalPhotos.net (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • 3. Imagine spending a few minutes in the morning assembling the ingredients You'd have to do this ANYWAY, right... this just makes it a little less stressful cause you don't have hungry people with knives close by. (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • 4. Then imagine you leave to go to work... or run errands... or shopping and… lo-and-behold… when you return dinner is cooked and the house smells WONDERFUL! (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • 5. You have just gotten a whiff of the JOY of Crock pot cooking (aka, slow cooker cooking). (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • 6. Crock pots are an absolute must in any home time management plan. You can even have something cooking overnight. (I've heard from people who don't like to do this but I've done it with no problem.) (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • 7. I'm a pretty good planner but if something unexpected comes up a crockpot can help handle mealtimes with ease. (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • 8. I remember something came up one night and I knew I wouldn't be home the next day to cook. I took a pound of frozen hamburger out of the freezer and put it in the crockpot and dumped in a supersized can of whole tomatoes and a bunch of seasonings. Image courtesy of John Kasawa / FreeDigitalPhotos.net (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • 9. I programmed that sucker on low for 12 hours and then when I woke up reprogrammed it again and... let me tell you... that was some GOOD spaghetti and, best of all, it took very little work. Image courtesy of Grant Cochrane / FreeDigitalPhotos.net (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • 10. If you will invest in one, and take the (minimal) time to learn to use it, the return on investment in time will absolutely BLOW your mind. (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • 11. Now you'll need a good crock pot recipe book. I personally love one called "Fix it and Forget it.“ They have several including one for diabetics and one aimed at desserts. And over time you'll make your own, too. (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • 12. If you found this video helpful then don’t forget to “Like” it so it’ll be easier for others to find. Also, I’d love it if you’d “Pin” me and pass me on to your friends. And, if you have a Home Time Management topic you’d like to see covered shoot me an email @ marysegers@marysegers.com (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • 13. Speaker My goal as a Home Time Management Coach is to help you save time on the things you HAVE to do such as: • Cooking • Cleaning • Laundry • Housework So that you can reinvest that time into: • Your marriage • Your kids • Your family and friends • Yourself (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • 14. As a matter of fact, this video has been created from an excerpt from my free 58 page eBook on… Home Time Management and Cooking which is available for download from my website @ http://marysegers.com/cookingbook (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • 15. If you'd like to learn more about Home Time Management then join my email list @ http://marysegers.com/join And I'll send you daily emails aimed at covering all aspects of Home Time Management including saving time on: • Cooking • Cleaning • Laundry • Housework And then spending that time on: • Your spouse • Your kids • Your family and friends • Yourself (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • 16. Remember… You only have one life. It's up to you how you live it. (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com