There is a lot more to motherhood than cooking and grocery shopping, but that being said, very often it is the mummy of the house who assumes responsibility for feeding everyone on a daily basis. I don’t particularly enjoy shopping or cooking, so I’ve found that the easiest way for me to do it as little as possible is to be organised.
By planning our meals and writing shopping lists that correspond to the way I shop I have saved a lot of time and money. Today, I’m sharing with all my lovely readers, my own template for weekly planning and shopping. These are printable templates for you to download and so you can print off as many copies as you wish. I have included a shopping list, weekly meal planner/organiser and a page of top tips for increasing your prodcutivity. We have named this the ‘Organised Mum Package’.
I know that many of you have your own habits and planning techniques but if you don’t, or you want to try something different, then you are welcome to download and give it a try. This is what mine looks like when completed.
You can download these by subscribing to the blog. If you already subscribe to the blog (ie. you get the weekly newsletter in your inbox every weekend) then you should have received my email last night with your direct link to download the package. If you’re having any difficulty, just let me know.
Let me know what you think – I would love some feedback on how or if these help you in any way!