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Free Printable Grocery List, Weekly Planner, & More

Get Organized & Manage Your Time and Resources

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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.

1. Grocery Shopping List

© Jennifer Wolf, 2006
  • 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.

2. Weekly Meal Planner

Use this free weekly meal planner to decide what dinners you're going to make this week.
© Jennifer Wolf, 2011
  • 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.

3. Printable Weekly Planner

Print your own free weekly planner.
© Jennifer Wolf, 2011
  • 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.

4. Printable To Do List

Use this free to do list to plan ahead and make sure you get it all done.
© Jennifer Wolf, 2011
  • 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 week's To Do List.

5. Cleaning To Do List

Use this printable cleaning to do list to tackle your household chores.
© Jennifer Wolf, 2011
  • 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.

6. Moving To Do List

© Jennifer Wolf, 2011
  • 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.

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