07 March 2011

Printable: cute meal planning template

via www.futuregirl.com

What's for dinner? If I haven't planned the week's meals, it's the most tedious question in the world. Enter Futuregirl's adorable menu planning template. Graphical spots in each column for the meal, the grocery needs, and notes. I love how there are no days of the week listed -- the idea is that you can plan for six dinners in a week, and scrounge or eat out one day.

Read the full post at Futuregirl, or download the planner to use yourself.

Related: Best of Parent Hacks: Healthy family meals

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What a cute way to plan meals. So very creative!

I have been scouring the internet FOREVER (which is probably a few hours on internet-time), looking for a meal planner that fits my family's style, and this is perfect! Thank you for sharing it; I can't wait to use and reuse it! =]

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