I like forms. I like lists. I like lists of forms. And ... I like forms for lists.
About 2 years ago, I created a grocery list form. I'd seen several online, but most were fill-in-the-blank forms. Well, I can use a sheet of paper for that! I wanted a comprehensive list - a list with virtually everything I might need already written out, with a few blank spaces for extras. I also wanted the flexibility to use my list at multiple stores and to note if I had a coupon for the item(s) needed.
This is what I created:
I use it for my monthly grocery shopping. I will, on occasion, print a menu planner on the opposite side. Feel free to print and use as needed! Comments and suggestions are welcome!
[Note: The .pdf version available has alignment and format issues I can't correct in Google docs. The three small columns at the top of each line are store, coupon, and buy. Sorry about that!]
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