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Wednesday, October 22, 2008

WFMW - Grocery List Organization

My mission? ONE organized grocery shopping list in ONE easily accessible spot.

My problem? Forgetfulness and too many lists on paper getting misplaced.

My solution? A small, magnetic dry-erase board that I found hiding away in a kitchen drawer. I put it up on the refrigerator, and now when I think of something I need, I just jot it down. No more forgetting, and no more losing the many paper lists! When it's time for the shopping, I write it all down on a piece of paper and stick it in my purse. Ta da!

So keeping my grocery list on a dry-erase board on my fridge...works for me!

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Brooke said...

my mom did that, so that when we took the last of something out of the fridge, we'd see the marker board and write it down.

LB said...

hi--thanks for stopping by my blog!!

I also list things on a magnetic board that I keep on my fridge. Somehow I still manage to forget things at the grocery store, though:) If I can just get the fridge list transferred to the paper list that goes to the store with me. One accomplishment at a time, right:)

Delighted Mom said...

thanks for stopping by my blog! Great idea with the magnetic board...I think I may have to invest in one myself! And congrats on the TWINS!! Yea-I have twin boys!! If you have any questions...let me know! They are a handful but SUCH an unbelievable blessing!!

Anonymous said...

Great idea Sarah!

I have been working on getting used to planning meals and keeping a running shopping list now that I am married to my dear man. I have been just keeping my list all over the kitchen and that has its problems and then when we do go shopping it is always the trick to remember my list! :)

Robby is so funny and wants to be the list "holder" at the store and tell me what we need and wants to know why I need each thing and what I am going to cook with it.

It is fun learning to cook and shop with my husband.

Your Sis,