I've tried this before too, and if you're a busy type, disorganised, not very confident in the kitchen, or just want to get a bit more variety in, it's a great place to start. It's not the cheapest way to go about it, but you get to keep the recipe cards so you can then shop yourself and get it all a lot cheaper. I gave it up because of the price really.
I loved cooking years ago, and liked trying out all sorts, but when I qualified as a nurse, started working 13 hour shifts, I was far too knackered for it most of the time. Adam took over a lot of the cooking, and he's really good at it, plus he loved a Sunday in the kitchen with Sky Sports and a few beers. I totally lost interest in it. I've had to start getting back into it though as I don't want to live on takeaway, and I don't want the kids to either. I ended up getting the Pinch Of Nom book and I've got my love of it back. I've a big cook book collection and I've been diving through them as well. The kids are really enjoying trying new things and the youngest has even told me that my cooking is awesome ("because it wasn't really very good before, mum") 🙄 I got the Pinch Of Nom planner a few weeks back and it's brilliant. I batch cook for work or just to have some easy reheatable things for when I want something quick. I'm also under 9st for the first time since my teens!