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Free Meal Planning and Grocery List Printable


Wow! I have a dot com now I guess I'm official now. 
With that being said I guess it's time to put this $12 investment to good use and upload a post. 

I am still and probably will forever be working on my perfect planner setup in an effort to trying to achieve peace in my routine. A lofty out of reach goals for mere mortals it would seem. But I have made some subtle progress with this meal planner.

Meal planning is something I have only ever really attempted half-heartedly and I quite frankly got sick and tired of going to the grocery store every week.

I have my weekly menu on the front and grocery list on the back.

These need to be printed out on 8.5 x 11 paper and printed front and back. After that you can cut them and pop them into your planner. 

So we have been trying to stick to a meal plan using this schedule;
Monday: I cook
Tuesday: Try it Tuesday (we try a new meal as a family to try and add more recipes to our family approved meal rotation)
Wednesday: Kevin cooks
Thursday: Leftovers (everyone fends for themselves
Friday: I cook
Saturday: Gabby's Choice (that has been interesting)
Sunday: Pizza Night 

To get your menu planner.


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