If you are ready to get your family organized with your chores, menu planning, family bucket list and monthly calendar, I have you covered!
I created these free printable pages to help keep everything in your life together. I know lots of people like to go paper free but I prefer a handwritten list. It is easy to tape up on the fridge and there is so much satisfaction in checking things off of a list.
You can simply download, print off, and start implementing in your home today! The printable pack contains:
- Menu Planning sheets with a grocery list planner
- What’s For Dinner? sheet to plan for the week
- Monthly Calendar
- Family Bucket List
- Family Birthday List
- Weekly Chore Chart
The weekly menu planner has saved us SO much money. I like to keep my weekly menu planner on the side of my fridge so I can easily keep track of what meals we’re having and make changes, if necessary. When you print it off just laminate it, fill in your meal planning with a dry erase marker and then wipe it clean each week.
My favorite part of the printable packet is the Family Bucket List. You’ll want to sit down with your whole family and discuss. Start brainstorming things you’d like to do together as a family this year on a white board or scratch paper. We’re not necessarily talking about going somewhere, but it could be.
- Perhaps you want to camp in the living room.
- Or possibly go to a local water park.
- Or maybe you want to take a vacation or a day trip to someplace nearby.
Once you come up with your choices jot them down on your family bucket list so you can check them off throughout the year!
The packet includes verything you need to get organized for the year! This Family Organization Printable pack is available for FREE to email subscribers only. Subscribe to receive it along with parenting advice, kids activities, lifestyle, recipes and more!
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