Eaton Broshar

Home Economics for the Modern Person

home economics
noun [home ec·o·nom·ics]
The subject concerning human development, personal and family finances, consumer issues, housing and interior design, nutrition and food preparation, clothing, and textiles.

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Topics I Teach

01.

Nutrition

Learn nutrition fundamentals from a registered dietitian and former teacher.

02.

Food Safety

Learn how to store, handle, and prepare food safely from a ServSafe certified registered dietitian.

03.

Budgeting

Set realistic budgets to fit your current financial situation that honor your needs and values.

04.

Organization

Clear out the clutter and coordinate the chaos. Tips and strategies to keep yourself organized.

05.

Cleaning

Implement tips, tricks, and systems to keep your home clean.

06.

Goal Setting

Achieve your goals by creating an actionable plan with a focus on backwards planning.

07.

Time Management

Coordinate tasks and activities to maximize your efficiency and efficacy.

08.

Prioritization

Identify key levers for effective and sustainable change and lasting results.

I am fantastic at finding ways to cut costs, save time, and make the boring household stuff more fun.

About Me

I’m Allie Echeverria.
I Teach Modern Home Economics.

I am a registered dietitian on a mission to teach household, financial, and nutrition skills to the generation that can code a website but cannot create a realistic food budget. We didn’t learn how to balance household chores with work, relationships, and all of our other responsibilities without an overwhelming sense of dread. I created a method to address exactly that.

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The Eaton Broshar Method is the meal planning process I developed to make my own life easier. I wanted a way to minimize food waste while maximizing my food options. I wanted convenience but I didn’t want monotony. I wanted to look and feel great. I set out to create a system that anyone who enjoys a little planning and organization could use.

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