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Just a Minute: Make a List

I like to wing it whether I'm getting gifts at the mall or groceries at the store, but with the holiday hustle and bustle, it's a good time to take a tip from Santa. So I'm making my shopping lists and checking them twice because there's nothing worse than finally loading the kids in the car and realizing I forgot something.

Mommy Track'd, sells two tablets that make the task much easier. Created by Amy Keroes, the working mom who runs the website, The Balance Sheet has two "to do" columns – one for work and one for family. The Eat Sheet has a weekly menu planner and grocery list to ensure that once you buy the goods, you can get dinner on the table. The 6 x 9 inch pads are $10 and have 50 sheets.

Gruberr1 Gruberr1 9 years
I must admit that I actually use the meal planner notepad and it has seriously helped me in planning my week. I no longer go to the grocery store every day, and I don't buy things that I don't need. But best of all, I am in and out of the grocery store in no time when I bring the list with me.
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 9 years
That's great! Even for non-moms :)
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