Downloadable Two Week Menu Plan

Menu-Plan-PDF

Today on the QuiltCast, Amy and I talked all about Quilt Backs (to piece, or not to piece?), Wide (108″) backing fabric, quilting disasters (you really should hear about the time I unpicked a queen size quilt…) and finally, we talked about our go to items in the kitchen.

The kitchen, you say?

Why yes. Because in addition to being quilters and designers, we’re also moms and humans. :) Gotta eat sometime. And staying healthy and balanced is KEY for my creativity to flourish. So. Kitchen tools were our top 5 this week. One of the tools I mentioned that helps save my sanity is this sweet little PDF I use to keep our menu and food choices organized. It’s so nice to have it up where everyone can see it–then they know what they are having for dinner and what their snack choices are without asking me 26 billion times per day. Also, the items I purchase that I need for meals haven’t mysteriously disappeared by the time I need them. Win-Win I say.

Thought I’d share the PDF with you, in the hopes it will make your world just a little more happy. :) And while it’s not quilting related, I figure, if you’re organized in one place, it just frees up time for more sewing, amiright?

Download the Menu Plan PDF by clicking here.

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xoxo

April


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    Kathy says:

    You know how I LOVE organization!

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    Thanks so much for the pdf! I am working with a group of girls for church and they have to plan and budget a menu for two weeks. This is perfect and as they always tell me, cute is best! :)
    Just started listening to the podcast this afternoon during school pickups. Looking forward to finishing it tomorrow. You gals are great!

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    I meant to say just started listening to today’s podcast… I have been a listener since you all started up. :) Again, love the podcast!

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    *LyndiLou* says:

    OoooOoooh…. this is great! Thank you so much for sharing! This is somewhere I could definitely be more organized.

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    robin says:

    Omigosh and Farmer’s Wife are both on my “bucket list” as well. I have the patterns and probably enough fabric. Now if I can only find the time…. ;)

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