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If you’re anything like me, regarding mealtime prep, then you somewhat count it as one of the less enjoyable household tasks that come around each week.

It can get to be so tedious trying to think for everyone and plan a whole week’s worth of meals for a household that has individual dietary needs and preferences.

In my household, the meal plan prep happens weekly. It used to be more of a bi-weekly endeavor; but I moved my planning and shopping to once a week to accommodate for social distancing amid the Coronavirus.

Today’s freebie is all about making the planning process a little more streamlined and organized. You’re going to make a list anyway. So, why not utilize a tool that can provide one place to list out your daily menu for breakfast (B), Lunch (L), and Dinner (D) as well as all the items needed to make those meals?

You can totally leave your old notepads, notebooks, and strips of paper behind. No need for those now. You’ve got your handy-dandy “Weekly Meal Planner”. It’s a straight-to-the-point document that will print out well and look good posted up on your fridge or somewhere else in the kitchen as a daily reminder to all of what’s for dinner (breakfast and lunch too).

Well, in my house, breakfast and lunch are pretty much “do your own thing” meals, but I like having the option of listing out the game plan for dinner for hubby and children.

You can get to your “Weekly Meal Planner” freebie by clicking on the link (directly below). Enjoy!


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Welcome to the life lessons of Jana Williams, the wife of a wonderful husband and mother of three awe-inspiring children who are the motivation for what you will read in my blog, Degrees of Maternity. I am a former Human Resources Professional with a proven record in the delivery of quality customer service and administrative support for over ten years in industries such as education, medical, and aircraft. My areas of expertise include call center customer support, information systems support, company policy administration, compensation, benefits administration, and virtual school instruction. After receiving both a bachelor's and master's degree in Business Administration and working for various companies and organizations for over fifteen years, I had the opportunity to homeschool my youngest child for two years. Once my son returned to public school, I decided to put together the knowledge I have gained as a workplace professional and mother and create Degrees of Maternity. Through this blog, I have managed to combine two areas of focus that I am extremely passionate about (writing and my role as a mother). My ultimate goal is to provide beneficial hints, tips, suggestions, reflections, and product offerings related to education, family relationships, personal/professional development, and health and wellness...all from a mother's perspective.

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