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Monday, August 23, 2010

Weekly Menu (Binder Edition)

Maybe you keep a household binder… or even store recipes in a binder?  I keep thinking I might want to get organized myself that way, though I’d prefer it even more in a digital format.  When I think about meal planning, I’d even love to have 4-8 weeks worth of meals all planned out, with room for flexibility and trying new recipes, that I could just rotate through, week by week – take the guesswork out of the equation.  But that would take time I don’t seem to have with a toddler in the house.
Weekly Menu - BLUE - Sprik Space So, I’ve modified the Weekly Menu printable to fit in a binder (or be posted on the fridge, or wherever).  You could even print a whole bunch of these and make them into a note pad (see tutorial here) for yourself or even as gifts.  I included space for all 3 meals plus a shopping list, so that you could, in fact, have your entire week’s worth of food all planned out.  Same color scheme as before, these are sized at 8.5” x 11”
Weekly Menu (Binder Edition) - BLUE - Sprik Space Weekly Menu (Binder Edition) - PINK - Sprik Space Weekly Menu (Binder Edition) - GREEN - Sprik Space Weekly Menu (Binder Edition) - ORANGE - Sprik Space Weekly Menu (Binder Edition) - PURPLE - Sprik Space
To download, just click on the images above and you’ll be directed to their 4shared locations.  Then, just print on your own color printer, or send it out to Fedex Kinko’s and you’re set!

*** UPDATED 06/26/12 ***
New download location for these images is here  

Hope this helps keep your meal planning organized!
I’ll be posting this project to the link-up parties listed here.



Diane Bohn said...

Those are great! I think I have the hardest time with meal planning... which makes cooking meals hard too. ;)

Annette W. said...

I like these! Since we have cereal for breakfast daily and PBJ or eggs for lunch daily, it doesn't quite work for me, but I really love it.

Someday I'd like to learn to make my own PRETTY charts like these!

Tami (Pixeltrash) said...

Very cute! I love knowing what I am making each day for dinner! Thanks for the post!

Mayya @ Sew Chic and Unique said...

Oh these are just perfect to keep us organized i love the style and colours!

Thank you ever so much for sharing :)

Leslie said...

What a fabulous idea! It is so perfect to get started on menu planning! Thanks for linking up to Hoo's got talent!

tiburon said...

This is super cute - I am totally going to use it.


Andrea @ Simple Organized Living said...

I'm obsessed with menu planning...it saves so much time.

Your printables are so cute and very practical. I might just have to share them with my readers!

Unknown said...

Great! Love it! Thanks again for sharing at Anything Related!

Becky@Beyond The Picket Fence said...

Wow thanks, cute and a great organizational tool, thanks for sharing!

Ashlee Marie said...

Very fun twist on the other weekly menu!

Shannon said...

I love this, maybe if it's cute I'll be more organized?! Thanks for sharing!

Katie said...

You are too sweet; these are so cute! Maybe I'll even feel like meal planning with such nice organization tools!

Maggie Lamarre said...

These are great I do a weekly menu as well.
You can see mine here.

Anonymous said...

Resources like the one you mentioned here will be very useful to me! I will post a link to this page on my blog. I am sure my visitors will find that very useful.

Anonymous said...

that is definitely what I was searching for, You have saved me alot of time

Anonymous said...

I do so wish you had one in red! I have been using one I printed a while back, but now I have redone my kitchen and the colors you have don't work. My old green one looks out of place. :-(


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