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This post is the third of my “meal planning with ErinCondren.com tools” series! In the first part of this 3-video series, I broke down my meal my meal planning process and showed how I use my LifePlanner and the EC Meal Plan Dashboard to sync my schedule with my family’s weekly meal plan every week.
In this last post of the series, I’m taking about bullet journal meal planning! Shout out to my fellow bullet journalers and scrapbookers. If that’s you, you’re going to love this post! If not, welcome to the world of bujo (bullet journaling for short)! Bullet journaling is a type of journaling where you jot down quick notes instead of long sentences. People use them for all sorts of things, such as daily schedules, habit tracking and to-do and ongoing lists (like books you want to read, wines you want to try, places you want to visit, etc.). Search the hashtags #bulletjournalmealplan, #bulletjournalmealplanning and #bulletjournalmealplanner on Instagram for inspiration.
The pages are dotted or lined and free form so you can draw grid lines and add text (and images and stickers!) for whatever you want. Bullet journal meal planning is a fun and visual way to create your weekly menus.
Take a look at some sample layouts I’ve created in the video below, including ideas for:
- Tracking your recipe wins (and losses)
- Your Family Favorites list
- Pantry, fridge and freezer inventory lists
- Shopping lists
- Recipes you want to try
- Cookbooks you want to buy
The notebooks and stickers from ErinCondren.com make bullet journal meal planning easy and fun! Check it all out in the video below and tell me in the comments if you’re excited to give bullet journal meal planning a try.