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Weekly Plan/ Meal Plan

(Updated April, 2013)

I’ve had my Weekly Meal Planning Template available for free download on here almost as long as I’ve had the blog. I first put it together in April, 2011 as part of the Fly Lady Baby Steps and it has changed a lot since then. It has evolved and been updated as I’ve worked out what works best for our family.

The template includes the Weekly Plan as you can see in the photo below. You are able to type in the dates, activities and “to-dos” for the day, plus the meal for dinner. Next to that is the zone work section (more to come on that), the weekly tasks and daily tasks. These are all editable so you can change them to suit your circumstances.

On the next spreadsheet (click on the tab on the bottom) is the cleaning zones. Here you will find the tasks for the Zone Tasks section. Once again, these are editable and you can add and delete any tasks that you want. Then just copy and paste the tasks for the week’s zone over to the first spreadsheet.

The third spreadsheet is “recipes” – here is where I copy and paste the recipes that I need for the week so that they are all in the same place. Since I’ve started organising my recipes using One Note I’ve found this even easier as I can just copy and paste them over. However, if I am using a new recipe from a magazine or cookbook I need to type it in. Once I’ve done that I can copy and paste it in to my One Note and it’s ready if we want to use it again.

So, there you have it. Please let me know if you download the template and if you use it. I’d love to know if there is anything that you love or anything that you’d like to change.

Weekly Meal Plan Template - The Flying Drunken Monkey

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Daily To-Do Lists

 

When you need to be even more organised I have a free template for a Daily To-Do list. This also sits on my fridge and I use it to keep track of what I need to do for dinner, general errands and reminders, blog to-dos, Weekly Cleaning Zone tasks and my Daily & Weekly Task. Check out this post for more info.

Click to download Daily to-do – Black and White
Click to download Daily To-Do – Colours


Camping Packing List (toddler)

 

2013 was our second year going camping with Lily. Last year we went to a caravan park with powered sites which was good for us as it was our first time camping as a family. This year we decided to be a bit more daring and went to Green Patch in Booderee National Park on the South Coast. We had an unpowered site, across from an amenities block and only a short walk to the beach.

This is the packing list I used for our trip. I also shared some tips in this post of what else is important to pack.

The spreadsheet is available to download for free below (you’ll need Microsoft Excel) and I’d love to hear what you think of it if you download it. It’s a very general list and might not be entirely suitable for your needs but there is room to add things and you are also able to delete things. Let me know if there is anything important missing!

What to pack when camping with a toddler - free printable - The Flying Drunken Monkey

Click HERE to download my updated Camping Packing List Printable


Toddler Chore Chart

 

I recently created a Daily Chore Chart for Lily to get her used to completing simple tasks each day. I’ve shared the chart to download for free below.

Click on the image to download my Toddler Chore Chart

Click on the image to download my Toddler Chore Chart (Rainbow)

“Thankyou SO much @FlyDrunkMonkey for your fabulous chore chart; woke up this morning to beds made and toys put away!!! Many many thanks to u.”

Michelle V
‏@queenofcomps

 

18 Comments »

  1. april says:

    i would like copy daily to do list i can’t download how you them i do have pdf

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  3. Leanne Hurren says:

    Hi

    Just come across your site and tried to download the weekly planner but it said I didn’t have authorisation and needed a wordpress blog. Is there another way to download it? Off to waste some time reading about your house when I should be sorting mine!!!!

  4. Thank you for these! You must be a FlyBaby! I love that book (Sink Reflections) and love that your printables include those!!

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  7. Alicia says:

    Oh my gosh this is the ultimate printable heaven :)
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  11. Teresa says:

    Cassie, I just downloaded your Weekly Meal Plan template for the 2nd time…I saw that you say it was updated. I opened it and it doesn’t have the Daily Tasks spot on it and the sheet is protected so I can’t edit it. Any way I could get some help on that?

    • flyingdrunkenmonkey says:

      Thanks so much for bringing this to my attention Teresa! It appears I had an old version uploaded. I’ll fix this up and send you the proper copy via email. Cheers!

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