I’m on a mission this year to be more organized. By now you would think I’d have it all together, but I still have a lot to work on!

I want to actually use the planners I buy, instead of them sitting on the shelf.

I’m tired of waking up in the morning with no clue what to fix, and we are out of eggs and milk because I wasn’t better prepared.


Can anyone relate?

It’s hard work to run a house. It’s even harder to run a house and feel like you are a pro at it, which is why you need good resources to assist you!

I’m excited to share some new resources with you over the next few weeks, but for now we wanted to give you a free shopping list printable that Sean designed! You can write in the names of the grocery stores you commonly shop at (for me it’s Aldi and Hyvee, plus Costco). If you have another store you normally shop at, write it in the blank section!

Click here to have this form sent to you for free!

Here are some ideas on how to best use this shopping list. 

~ Put it on your fridge and have a weekly shopping list. As you are cooking in the kitchen, write down items that you notice you might need. If you use the last jar of something in your pantry, stop and put it on the shopping list right away before you forget!

~ Take this list and do a walk through your pantry before you go grocery shopping, plus your fridge! Look for anything else you forgot to write down throughout the week.

~ If you don’t like the idea of leaving it on your fridge, print off 50 or so at a time and have your local copy store put it into a pad. It’s really easy to do and I don’t think it costs very much. You can keep the pad in the kitchen and then tear off the list when it’s time to go shop!

Grab the free printable below by clicking on the image! We will email it to you right away! 


3 Comments on Free Grocery Shopping List Printable!

  1. I am going to get this printable!Just this past weekend my husband and I went to Aldi and renewed our love for it! We talked about how we’d like to try to do the majority of our shopping there. He likes certain name brands they don’t carry but we thought maybe we can consolidate our trips to Walmart to one or two a month instead of every week. We also just happened to get a trial membership at BJ’s Wholesale last weekend! We’re only a family of 3 so we don’t need to buy a lot of huge quantities, but occasionally we might. Thanks, Caroline, this comes right on time for us! 🙂

  2. Great idea!! Juggling life with a toddler and a newborn, and this printable will be such a help to our little family. Thanks for the continued mommy encouragement!!

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