As a single parent, you have to work hard to be organized and manage your time effectively. Use the following weekly planner pages to stay on top of all your responsibilities.
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Grocery Shopping List
- Use this free printable grocery shopping list to plan your shopping trip ahead of time.
- Includes a menu section for easy planning.
- Print multiple copies to have on hand when you need to plan a shopping trip.
- Spend less at the grocery store and eat meals at home more often.
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Weekly Meal Planner
- Decide what to make for dinner every day of the week.
- Cut down on spontaneous take out costs.
- Includes space for writing down any ingredients you still need to buy.
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Printable Weekly Planner
- Use one page per week.
- Write this week's date at the top.
- Use the weekly planner to record all of your scheduled events.
- Consider using different colors for each member of your family.
- For example, write your son's events in blue, your daughter's events in purple, and your events in red.
- For more on how to use a weekly planner effectively, read 10 Family Calendar Tips for Busy Families.
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Printable To Do List
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- Track all of the things you need to get to this week, including phone calls, emails, errands, and more.
- Adding dinner ideas for each day of the week will help you plan ahead and save money on groceries.
- Items that do not get done this week should be added to next weeks To Do List.
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Cleaning To Do List
- Streamline your cleaning tasks with this room-by-room to do list.
- Basic tasks have been filled in for you, with plenty of room for customizing what needs to be done.
- Do these household chores as a family all at once, or do them little by little throughout the week.
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Moving To Do List
- Organize all the things you need to do before the big move.
- Enter your own tasks in the spaces provided.
- Categories include: Housing, Employment, Kids, Utilities, Packing, and Miscellaneous.