Free Meal Prep Prints!
Hey milkdrunkbloggers! Boy do we have a treat for you. We have partnered together with the ever gracious graphic designer and photographer Carrie Irvin to get you some free downloadable Meal Prep, Grocery List, and To-Do List prints! Check out Carrie’s note and work below, and let us know if and how you used your sheets!
When it comes to family life, I’m a photographer and graphic designer, 4-year wifey to the funniest, friendliest guy you’ve ever met, and mama to 2 cuddly kitties named Izzy and Sam. One thing I’m sure we have in common is the fact that my life is SO much easier when I plan just a few parts of it. Particularly, meal planning, working out & grocery trips. Now, listen. I’m not suggesting that you even have the slightest blip of free time to commit to these tasks–but I’m so thrilled and honored to provide you with some tools to help you in that journey if you’re up to it. 🙂 If you’re a first time mama or if you’re preggo, just fill this list out and hand it to the closest able-bodied adult. They’ll be happy to oblige and you can avoid those weird pregnancy comments & stranger danger baby bump-touching. But if you’re pumped about planning out your meal plan, here’s one approach that works pretty well for me!
- IN-STORE SHOPPING: If you’ve got a Kroger nearby, (or other grocery list/pickup option) add all the items on the list to your online list. Then click “sort by aisle” and Voila! It does all the work FOR YOU. You can also sort alphabetically if that’s your jam. Then, print your list!
- GROCERY PICK-UP SERVICES: Again, if you’re close to a Kroger or a wal-mart, add items to your “Click List” and send it in! I usually schedule my pick ups for Sunday afternoons.
- PAPER LIST: If you prefer to see all the items you might need & just check ’em off, then use the Grocery List I’ve provided. Simply check off whatcha need and go from there!