To help you stay on track and save money, I’ve created a free .pdf that you can print off and fill out.
I like to start at the bottom and plan out our dinners for the week. Then I go up to the grocery list and add the ingredients needed for those dinners. I’ll also add fruit, pantry staples, and items for kids’ lunches.
I have plenty of examples on my blog that you can use, or you can make your own list with your family’s favorites.
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