Welcome to Day 25 of our series on building your Home Management Binder.
For the next week we will be building the Meal Planning section of our binders. If you prefer, as I do, to keep a separate binder for meal planning, recipes, etc., you may want to get a new binder and print out a cover for it here in the Binder Printables Cover Page post.
One thing I love to do is to cook. I love trying new recipes and making old favorites. One way to keep track of our family’s favorites for a day when I’m stumped on what to make is by using this printable. I made one with some general categories to help organize the long list, and one that is totally blank if you prefer to make your own categories.
Feel free to download this printable, but please respect my copyright. This printable is © Copyright 2012 Organizing Homelife and is intended for personal use only. Please do not distribute this file for free or for profit without written consent. Thank you!
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Thank you for the 31 Days of Home Management Printables. I have been working on organizing my tiny home and I needed to keep information in one handy place. Your posts have made that very easy for me. I have been saving them on Pinterest if by chance there is a need for them again. Each pin leads back to your blog. Could I post this on Facebook with the link coming back to you? There are several young ladies, including my own daughter, who could use these. Again, thank you!
HI Ginny – thank you so much for your printables! I’ve printed them out and am using them already! I especially love the idea of putting the daily schedule in a page protector. Two questions: Have you found a fine point dry erase marker? I got one at Staples, but its still kind of wide on the page. Second, where do you keep your binder so you remember to look at it, but it isn’t in the way? Thanks again, Jennifer