Get organized and lose the “what’s for dinner” stress! Grab a free meal planning worksheet that puts your grocery list and menu planning all in one place.
Meal planning is a gift that keeps on giving. Spending ten minutes on it at the beginning of the week means no more 5:30 “what’s-for-dinner??” angst.
A crucial step in meal planning is food shopping. I actually make my week’s dinner menus and grocery list at the same time so I can avoid last minute trips to the store where I run in for garlic and come out with $150 worth of other stuff. And completely forget the garlic.
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I’ve used other grocery list templates but found myself making separate columns for multiple stores and scribbling my meal plan at the bottom. I typically shop at two stores, and I like having the week’s dinners right on my grocery list so I can be sure I’ve got everything I need. So I asked my husband to design me a sheet that fits the way I do meal planning. He also designed a sheet for shopping at one store.
Want a copy? Download this sheet if you shop at one store:
Download this sheet if you shop at two stores:
What kinds of tools do YOU use for meal planning and grocery shopping?
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