The first printable is based on meal planning. By making a “This Week for Dinner” grid, I am more prepared for the week ahead. Once a week I sit down to make a menu. I then write the items for each day and refer to that for my grocery shopping trips. Notice there are only six spots- I take Saturday off!
I used Post-it Notes throughout my Family Binder in a variety of ways because they are versatile and easy to use. They were great for this Post-it Notes Grid and fabulous for attaching small notes on the calendar portion of my binder. I am in with love the bright, colorful and fun new colors that the Post-it Brand is offering. Don’t they just make you happy? To have easy access to pens and binder necessities, I attached a Post-it Pocket on the inside of my binder too.
The other version that I made is for a weekly goal grid. It’s the exact same idea but with realistic, small goals that I want to accomplish for the week. For this one I used Post-it Greener Notes. These Post-it Greener Notes use recycled material. Functional and sustainable = win/win! I like having the goals written down so that I can refer to them.
Here’s how you can make your own Post-it Note projects:
Print the grid on plain white cardstock. You can then laminate the print or use a sheet protector. Standard Post-it Notes fit perfectly in the squares on the grid. You can then change out the Post-it Notes weekly in your binder.
For personal use only. Thank you.
Check out my Family Binder using Post-it Products as well:
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