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    Default Article: Free Printable Menu Planners

    Complete guide to menu and meal planning includes printable menu planners and weekly $50 menu plans for families

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    Thanks so much for the free planning sheets. People do not realize how much money this will save not to mention your sanity.

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    This is exactly what I need. My schedule changes so frequently from night shift back to days off...I need all the help planning I can get!

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    I use my outlook calendar to plan meals, that way I can plan around my family's activites. I can plan either a week or a month at a time. I don't plan breakfast and lunches during the school year except for vacations, because I always have the basics for sandwiches and cereal in stock. We use our leftovers for hot lunches too.

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    I really like the bi-weekly calendar with the list!!! I try to his the Door Buster type stores every other week to stock up and then during "off weeks" I go to the dollar style stores to get basics and paper products. The biweekly one really helps me visualize that strategy!!!

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    I love menu planning and this is so easy. I think I am going to try to use the bio-weekly calendar.

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    Thank you for these forms. I normally plan out my weekly menu on the family calendar. But there is so much other stuff written on there, that many times, I just not write it.

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    I love weekly meal planning and I do save tons of money when I do this. I like to get the Sunday ads & coupons out - then sit down & plan out my grocery list & menu. I love these printable menus you have here - I'll see which one works out best for us! Thanks!

 

 
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