And I want to share it with you!
If you’ve read my post on weekly meal planning, you already know I’m a huge proponent of organizing and setting yourself up for success. It’s become a cliche, but if you fail to plan, you plan to fail. I believe this in all aspects of my life, from healthy eating and exercise to financial planning.
One of my favorite ways to plan and stay organized is by putting pen to paper and making lists. The only thing that makes a good plan better is something cute to write on. With that being said, I decided to create a printable to assist with weekly dinner planning. It combines all my favorite stages of meal planning:
- Listing what you already have/need to use
- Deciding on meals for the week
- Creating a grocery list
- Holding you accountable for eating the meals since it’s all outlined for you!
Okay, what’s the catch?
Now I absolutely despise websites that are littered with pop-ups that ask you to sign up for emails after 5.4 seconds on a page. I feel firmly that you should be able to absorb content and decide for yourself if you want to sign up for an email list. As such, I promise to never have one of those annoying pop-ups and instead kindly ask that if you like the content you see here at wellness-minded millennial, you’ll sign up for my email list in exchange for the meal planner.
I promise not to do more than deliver you a friendly weekly newsletter on Friday mornings to let you know what kind of great content I’ve put out in the past week. I want to keep our relationship as healthy and spam-free as possible.
After you sign-up and use the weekly dinner planning printable, I would love to hear about your experience and if there’s anything I can do to make it better! Feel free to tell me about other areas in your life where you could use some help getting organized, too! Happy planning!