organizing those cooked meals
I just found the organized solution to my new obsession invovling menu-planning madness. This activity currently takes place on any blank piece of paper/envelope lying around the house at the time. And while it’s an efficient recycling technique, it does get lost easily. This nifty little print-out from Russell & Hazel lets you save the menu plan in a binder, while organizing and snipping your shopping list on the side! Usually, I write down all the ingredients first, then rearrange them on a new list… so this cuts out one of my steps entirely!
So far, I’ve printed them out on different colors of paper, so that I’ll be able to alternate weeks and keep my lists straight! Let the binder experiment begin!
Isn’t this handy! This would make a cute gift for someone who wanted to to get organized but didn’t have the time/inclination :) Why is it that everything I encounter after October 1st become a Christmas gift idea? Too bad I can never follow through (or maybe it’s a good thing)!
This is great! Thanks for sharing!
Love it! I have been somewhat searching for the same thing. Thanks for sharing this find!
I love this! Very officiant! I like you, use any random piece of paper I can find and it gets lost sometimes! I usually put my meal plan and grocery list on the same paper and then I lose both things but I like how you can cut the grocery list off and leave the meal plan at home. I also like how it has all meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) instead of just dinner, very usuful! Thanks for sharing!
Very cool. I have a grocery list maker that I got at Target on my fridge. It’s so useful. But, I will definitely be keeping this around for when in runs out, which it will soon.
@All – so glad it will help others out as well! Even though I pass the market daily on the way home, it’s nice to bypass it and just head home if I can get most of my shopping done on one day.