***Update 2017: I did an entirely new set of menu & grocery planners (I LOVE the design on the new ones). So if you don’t find exactly what you want below, check out my new “4 Free Printable Meal Planners & Grocery Lists.”
While the meal planners have been popular, I have had multiple requests for a combined meal planner/grocery list. Below are two different templates. I’m working on three more, so look for them in the future. I was originally planning on doing just one post….but I can’t keep up with content if I have to put in 10 hours for each post. Plus I needed a break from design.
As always, please, please let me know what you would like to see in the future! The printables/templates have been very popular and some of the most popular are those that have been suggestions from my dear readers.
As always, with templates: should you want a template in a different format, please contact me, and I’ll see what I can do. Also, if you need/are looking for a certain template that isn’t available, let me know. Printables available in pdf below.
Check out the “Menu/Grocery Printables” page for more menu and grocery options!
On my computer, when the PDF file open to print, it more than “fills the page.” You might have to print it at 95% scale for it to fit. Computers and printers are different, though. Just be aware.
A few of my favorite organizing tools!
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If you love organizing as much as me, you might be interested in the following:
Binders- I use these binders for everything! My cookbook is in one. My schedule for my blog planner is in another. Check them out here: 2″ Staples Better Binders.
Pens- These are my favorite pens in the world. And last time I looked at Wal-Mart, I couldn’t find them anymore. Luckily, Amazon to the rescue! Zebra ball point pens.
3-hole punch– I’ve had some flimsy ones in the past that were a pain. This one is great. It’s sturdy, slide works perfectly, and you can punch a ton of sheets at the same time. Swingline 40-Sheet 3-Hole Punch.
Paper cutter– I cut a lot of paper. I trim some for the binder, I make favor tags and free gift certificates for the holidays, etc. Swingline Paper Cutter.