Menu planner- this is amazing!!!!!! .PS: I follow u back | See more about meal planner, menu planners and menu boards.
Menu planner- this is by far the best I have seen! Color coded categories, magnetic recipe title cards and dates and recipe cards hung across the bottom.
This menu planner is kind of amazing.Seems like a good idea to help plan meals so you're not eating the same old, same old.
Menu planner- this is amazing! I am totally doing this and blogging about it!!http://www.sugardoodle.net/joomla/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=7734:robins-menu-board&catid=3490
Kind of what I was thinking for my meal planner, but with the nutrients on the recipe cards, and maybe instead of what genre of food, color them so that different colors represent different nutrients so I can make sure my family gets a little of everything they need.
Menu planner- maybe this will motivate me to do a better job planning meals.
Monthly Meal Planning Menu Board
monthly menu planner craft-ideas
There are a few areas of my life that I have been "winging" successfully for the last ten years. Dinner preparation falls into that, house hold chores falls into the unsuccessful category. Pinterest (thank you for coming into my life) has given me many great ideas. Some from people that really, really, really, love paper - I mean WAY to many different organizing sheets. Too many means that one day you will overlook or forget to check one. Here are a few from different blogs & Pinterest that spawned my new system, at the bottom I will link and explain my system at the bottom. ;) First up - Home Management This one REALLY likes to pay for things you print off AND all her links are no longer valid - however the idea is solid. Next up is Sunday Planning, again she really likes paper. After her came the Magnetic Menu Board. This one is sure genius! I love this idea Although my idea is cheaper and simpler I took a lot from her. Lastly came Girl Loves Glam - funny enough the least glamorous of them all but still very functional. If you are looking to organize your life a little more these women have some great ideas! Mine is a much simpler, much cheaper way to do many of the combined. First off I have only one binder. My sister bought me a very nice recipe keeper set a few years ago. Ever since then its been used to hold our "family favorite" recipes. It has plenty of space, many tabs and is a 3 ring binder. For me and what I want, its perfect. Here is a bad photo of my weekly calendar This sheet has my menu plan, weekly family schedule, holidays, moon phases, & house cleaning chart. Color coded to event or person. Here is my Monthly calendar I found a free site called, Keep & Share, where you can save several printable calendars. You can even schedule things weekly, monthly ect. Sorry for my bad hand writing. I had to write up this list and place next to my calendar so that I can schedule my menu plan off of it. See I have recipes and then I have "recipes" things that I make so often that I don't need a recipe card. When planning a menu a month in advance you may need a "reminder" list. Something to help you remember old favorites or your general back ups. This list I am sure will grow and be added to, I have plenty of room saved up on the back for more. Another great idea when menu planning is to make sure that similar ingredients be used in the same week. I have a week where I make burritos, tacos, nachos, salad ect. Since most of those recipes re-use the same ingredients. Insuring no waste and maxim food for your budget. Which ever organizing idea is for you or if like me you pick and choose and find something that really works for you, I hope this helps.
The Menu Planner to Rule Them All - Tutorial how to build this DIY magnetic menu planner board & customize with your favorite recipes
Mommy Solution #1-Weekly Menu Plan: 1-Lauren at The Thinking Closet linked in The Menu Planner to Rule Them All- mommy resource! What a beautiful set up for her meal planning! Check out all of her menu planning mommy solutions!
The Menu Planner to Rule Them All via The Thinking Closet, This is the best menu planner i've seen. This is my next project and I am so excited about it! Might make a few blank ones for new meals to try as well. Menu planning organization,
The Menu Planner to Rule Them All via The Thinking Closet | Meal planning made easy! Do it in style!
pantry organization. menu planning The Menu Planner to Rule Them All via The Thinking Closet
The Menu Planner to Rule Them All via The Thinking Closet, menu planning board, organization
Our family chore list - click to see the full version. it includes our daily, twice weekly, weekly and monthly tasks.
Our family chore list - click to see the full version. it includes our daily, twice weekly, weekly and monthly tasks. Best cleaning list I've seen!
Our family chore list - click to see the full version. it includes our daily, twice weekly, weekly and monthly tasks. Click the website to see how I lost 19 pounds in one month with free trials
I'm borrowing this family's pin! If it works for them, maybe it'll....oh, who am I kidding? I'm pinning this as a dream! :-) "Our family chore list - click to see the full version. it includes our daily, twice weekly, weekly and monthly tasks."
Cool family chore list. Though with kids I'd make vacuuming and sweeping a daily chore
Family chore list - Wait...EVERYONE in the family should help with chores?! I wish...
I’m no newbie to using binders to organize the paper clutter at home. Last year I shared with you how I used a Family Organization Binder to keep all my household papers in order. This year as we moved from one home to another, I realized that my finances were not as organized as I …
This finance binder as well as some of her family organization binder and her filling system. Also, her plastic-take on cash envelopes.
Everything Menu Board: Calendar has your meals planned out for the entire month includes recipes and grocery lists for each.
10 different weeks of recipes, along with grocery list and loop together. Once a week you grab one and your menu is set...the whole menu board is a bit much for me but I like this idea of pre-planning 10 weeks to grab from.
dinner calendar. this is brilliant! Can print everything for free!! ~WOW-Not sure if I can possibly be THIS organized! It's worth pinning though!
Menu Board Packages . . . meal-planning made easy! Even includes all the recipes! Now that is an organized person.
John would so enjoy this....Menu Board Packages . . . meal-planning made easy! Even includes all the recipes!
Menu Board Packages . . . meal-planning made easy! Even includes all the recipes. It's expensive, but worthwhile and doesn't cost much more than doing it yourself. She also tells you how to do it yourself instead.
Menu Board Packages . . . meal-planning made easy! Even includes all the recipes!
Monthly Menu Board
I'm sitting here trying to come up with the April Menu and like many months I am finding the work tedious. So I've decided that I'm gong to start organizing my recipes and come up with a menu board. I've been scouring all over google and Pinterest and thought I'd share a few ideas that I found. Robby Gurls Creations: Original Menu Board This is the Ulitmate system! You can make your own, buy it as a kit, or buy it completely made and ready to go. The Letter 4: Recipe Magnet Board I really like this system, but no matter how I try I just don't have the space for it. Kind of like trying to fit a square peg in a round hole, yeah I've been trying but it just isn't going to work. The Creative Mama: Ultimate Menu Board So I'm thinking something like this will work for the space I have and so this is the one I will be planning to do. I'm also going to do a Recipe/Menu Planner Binder, I'm a sucker for cookbooks and paper recipes, and will have it be user friendly to the menu board. That way if hubby is in charge of dinner it will be super easy for him to find the recipes. Clean Mama has a tutorial for how she made her binder. iHeart Organizing has an awesome blog post from a reader about how she stores her recipes in a binder. (MUCH more organized then the way mine are now!) Hip2Save has a pretty cool way of putting together a 30 Meals Binder and she shares where she got her free recipe card template. Well, that's all I got. Now to get busy on figuring out which system I'm going to use. We'll see how long this takes me! Do you have a menu planning system that works for you?
cleaning schedule--love having a clean house! I already have a list somewhat similar, but this has a few that I didn't on mine! Pretty OCD when it comes to our house & being clean!
cleaning schedule - great way to keep up a clean house without getting overwhelmed with all the tasks at once!
Cleaning Schedule UPDATE- I have been doing this with my kids and it has been a total life-saver!!!!! This list has really helped me and my children to keep a clean house without feeling overwhelmed. Definitely a must-do for the house wives out there!
cleaning schedule - I really like the board I re-pinned this from, it has some great cleaning ideas
#Home - cleaning schedule! Maybe just maybe I might be able to keep a somewhat clean house.
Free Printable Menu Planner, Shopping List & Inventory Sheets
Free 5 Sheet Printable Set for subscribing to blog. Includes a menu planner, shopping list, pantry inventory sheet, freezer inventory sheet, and fridge inventory sheet.
repining this because i can't find it on my boards.... Free 5 Sheet Printable Set. Includes a menu planner, shopping list, pantry inventory sheet, freezer inventory sheet, and fridge inventory sheet.
http://www.home2kitchen.com/category/Sheets/ Free 5 Sheet Printable Set. Menu planner, shopping list, pantry inventory sheet, freezer inventory sheet, and fridge inventory sheet.
Free 5 Sheet Printable Set. Includes a menu planner, shopping list, pantry inventory sheet, freezer inventory sheet, and fridge inventory sheet. -- keep track of what you have so you know what you need
Thanks so much for subscribing! You should have received an email with a link to your printables immediately upon subscribing, but if you ever need to download them again, you can always find them on this page! This Meal Planning Printable Set Includes: Meal Planner Grocery List (with checklist and budget tracker!) Pantry Inventory Sheets …
Free printable menu planner, shopping list and pantry, freezer and fridge inventory sheets. This free printable 5 sheet set will help you save money!
Looking for kitchen organization ideas? Store your measuring cups and spoons on the inside of a cabinet door and top it off with a vinyl measurement conversion chart!
DIY Kitchen - Kitchen ideas - Measurements and cup inside cabinet door. One could cut paint sticks for this project.
Organize your measuring cups and spoons plus have a handy measurments conversion chart inside a kitchen cabinet door.
Measurement Conversion Chart and measuring cups and measuring spoons holder inside cabinet door in kitchen. Brilliant
Inside cabinet door measurement conversion chart and measuring cup and spoon hangars from Infarrantly Creative - GENIUS!
MEASURING CUPS & SPOONS and MEASUREMENT CONVERSION CHART -- mounted inside cabinet door. This is genius!
Measurement Conversion Chart and Measuring Cups/Spoons Organization Inside Cabinet Door
Inside cabinet door: Measurement Conversion Chart with measuring cup and spoon hooks.
Here is my latest crafting attempt to organize and update our home: This is the original idea from The Family Handyman Here is the idea I saw on Pinterest from Infarrantly Creative I actually LOVE both ideas, and I knew I could do it very inexpensively. Turns out, since I had almost all of the supplies on hand, it was practically free! The Hubs was on his way to Home Depot, and I asked him to kindly ask the paint folks for 2 five-gallon paint stir sticks, since I forgot to get them the last time I bought paint. They graciously obliged. (FREE) I cut off the ends to make 2 straight pieces that are about 17-1/2 inches long. They will fit the area on the inside of our cabinet doors perfectly. Oh, and those are the hooks I use later...I used 16 of them, cost: .68¢. Next, I put on a quick swipe of paint from some that I had left over from painting the living room lamp tables. (basically FREE since I used so little) After carefully laying out the measuring cups and marking with a pencil where the cup hooks would need to be placed, I used a small nail to make a dent, and then twisted the hooks into the wood. I also marked the placement of where the screws will go through the ends of the sticks and into the cabinet door. To my surprise, the hooks went through the sticks and protruded out the back! Yikes! The original tutorial didn't say anything about this! Then, I realized by looking at the photos, that my cabinets are flat on the inside, and don't have the frame around the outside edges. This is how I solved that problem: It was easy to cut off 4 pieces from the scrap ends that I had cut off of the sticks. By using wood glue to attach them to the ends of the sticks, it created just enough clearance for the ends of the cup hooks! Whew! Problem solved. (2 other options were: to use a Dremmel tool and cut off the excess, or go buy smaller 5/8" cup hooks.) Being a "novice" with my Cricut machine, I was unable to produce the vinyl lettering that Infarrantly Creative used, so I decided to see what it would look like by using my Brother P-Touch label maker. It did the job. Next, I raided The Hubs' stash of hardware for 4 wood screws that will go all the way through the double-thickness of the sticks and into the cabinet door. (Just make sure you don't choose any that are TOO LONG and go through your cabinet door!!) Once everything was ready, The Hubs helped me to mount the Kitchen Measuring Organizers onto the back of the cabinet doors. One final touch from Infarrantly Creative that I re-created was the Measurement Conversion Chart. I simply made it up as an Excel Document and printed it out! Update: We discovered that the metal cups and spoons are CRAZY NOISY when you open and close the cupboard doors! Use plastic, or don't put them inside the doors. I ended up putting mine on boards with magnets on the back and put them on the SIDE of the fridge. No noise! And it looks so cute. Blessings ~ Juju
Desk organizer made from a cheap frame you can purchase at a yard sale, thrift store, or dollar store.
Turn an old picture frame into a desk organizer-great for those little spaces that you want to keep uncluttered, but still have a pen and pad of paper handy #udderlysmooth #upcycle #pictureframes
desk organizer made from a thrift store picture frame. Good idea for those many empty frames and keep the desk clear too.
desk organizer made from a thrift store picture frame. such a good idea and customizable to any decor
desk organizer made from a thrift store picture frame. Organization, made pretty :)
desk organizer made from a thrift store picture frame. good idea
desk organizer made from a thrift store picture frame. so cute! Love this idea! arts,Crafts,DIY,DIY Craft Ideas,DIY Ideas Inspiration and Tutorials,DIY Life,Let's DIY It!,Things to make,tips and tricks,Trash to Trea
Oh, Martha - You've amazed me again! "When you blow a fuse, it's frustrating to have to fumble around in the dark to find the right switch. Why not attach a flashlight to the box itself? Use magnets for metal flashlights and strips of Velcro or strong double-sided adhesive tape for other types."
Attach flashlight to your fuse box using magnets on metal flashlights or strips of Velcro for other types. Great idea!
Fuse Box Light: "When you blow a fuse, it's frustrating to have to fumble around in the dark to find the right switch. Why not attach a flashlight to the box itself? Use magnets for metal flashlights and strips of Velcro or strong double-sided adhesive tape for other types."
Organizing: Organizing Basements & Storage Rooms - Martha Stewart. Flashlight by breaker box or other places too
good idea to velcro flash light to fuse box and have some stashed in various places of the house
Organizing Basements & Storage Rooms. A magnetic flashlight on the breaker box
keeping a flash light next to the circuit breaker box is a great idea
Organizing Basements Storage Rooms - 1 or 2 good ideas
A picture frame with cup hooks on the sides. Put a curtain rod through the gift wrap and rest it in the cup hooks. Perfect way to organize all those annoying rolls of paper--would be okay in a craft room.
Wrapping Paper Storage Made From Curtain Rods and Picture Frame. 50 Genius Storage Ideas (all very cheap and easy!) Great for organizing and small houses.
LOVE this gift wrap organizing idea! Mount cup hooks to a picture frame and use dowel rods to hang wrapping paper.
Hang wrapping paper anywhere you’d like on a wall and then easily move it later if needed. It’s really rather simple, too! Curtain rods, hooks, and a picture frame.
store wrapping paper on curtain rod .... 50 Genius Storage Ideas (all very cheap and easy!) Great for organizing and small houses.
Curtain rods, hooks, and a picture frame to store rolls of wrapping paper. Genius! 50 Genius Storage Ideas (all very cheap and easy!) Great for organizing and small houses.
50 Genius Storage Ideas: DIY Gift Wrap Organizer I don’t know how many times I’ve bought gift wrap only to use half of it, and then forget about the rest because it’s buried deep in the back of my closet (probably crumpled and useless). I love this idea because you can hang it anywhere you’d like on a wall and then easily move it later if needed. It’s really rather simple, too! Curtain rods, hooks, and a picture frame.
So making this for the craftroom! Yeah, great idea.
pallet powertool storage and charging station | Photo Gallery of the Garage Tool Organizer Ideas (see Nikki's FB page for another version...the power strip is on the back of the top shelf!)
Cordless Tool Station Woodworking Plan. This handy wall-hung holster stores your cordless drills, impact drivers, and nailers, while keeping accessories—especially those pesky battery chargers—contained and close at hand. Featured in the October 2013 issue of WOOD. #garage #tools #WoodMagazine
Cordless Tool Station Woodworking Plan, Workshop & Jigs Shop Cabinets, Storage, & Organizers Workshop & Jigs $2 Shop Plans
Clint sooo needs this!! Cordless Tool Station Woodworking Plan. This handy wall-hung holster stores your cordless drills, impact drivers, and nailers, while keeping accessories—especially those pesky battery chargers—contained and close at hand.
Cordless Tool Station Woodworking Plan -- need to build this for all of our stuff. great to store batteries and charging stations, too!