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Free Weekly Menu Printable

Do you struggle with making dinners like I do? It's been an ongoing battle for me, but the past few years I feel I've gotten significantly better. Like most, our family had a busy summer, and schedules were put on the back burner. My meal-plan game was not as strong as I'd have liked. You might have seen my monthly meal plan printable, which is great for the big picture, but as school approached I knew I needed to create a new list to make cooking dinner even easier. I needed something a little simpler, that I could use weekly.

So here's what I designed. A clean and cute weekly menu to fill out and place on your fridge (mine is held up by a magnetic clothes pin). When I take an hour to sit down and plan our meals for the upcoming week, that said week goes soooo much smoother. The 4-5-6 o'clock rush isn't torturous, and everyone is much happier (mostly me!). 

It's an 8.5x11" size, so easy to print out on regular printer paper. I placed 2 of them on a page, so print out however many you want, cut them in half/down the middle and you're good to go! I hope these help you like they are helping me!

♡ download your weekly menu here
see more of my freebies here
see my post on meal planning here

Large Fall Family Bucket List

Oh man it's been a minute since I've been around here! Hey! I really am one who hates to feel pressured to perform or pressured to keep up with the "blogging world" haha. I don't blog "just because" and I definitely want you to know that I share only things I love and use myself in this space. I've always had a love/hate relationship with trying to balance home and work, and don't ever like to feel like I'm not giving my kids my time....it's such a struggle with me for some reason. Anyone else feel this way?! Please say you get it.

So up where I live, I can feel the fall air creeping in already. Mostly showing up in the mornings when I run, and I looooove it. It get's me so excited for autumn! Also, school started this week, and I have a kindergartner! whaaa? Little Miss T will be going to Preschool, and that leaves me with just Ryder at home. I have this weird sense of freedom...

While I do -trust me- love summer, it battles as my "favorite season", with fall. There are so many reasons why I love fall. Who doesn't like wearing cute comfy sweaters and boots? Pumpkin patches? Fall leaves crunching under your new cute booties? In all seriousness, I mostly love that we are getting back into a routine.

Over the summer one of my sister-in-laws asked if I would make her a "summer bucket list". When I saw it on her wall, I loved it so much, I wanted to make one for my house for this upcoming fall season! I played around with some ideas, and finally ended up with the 5 designs you see below:

click to buy the gingham bucket list

Which one is your fave? I'm not biased or anything, but I do favor the gingham(hello buffalo check screams fall right?) and the foliage ones. I've listed these all in my shop HERE. And something even cooler that I'm doing for ya? Making them custom. YES. After payment you just let me know what 36 items you want on your list, and I make that happen. If 36 feels like an overwhelming number, don't sweat it. You can just switch out a few if that makes you happier! haha

click to buy the fall foliage bucket list

One of the things that makes these printables (yes, this is a PDF file that you download) sweet is their size. Standing at 3' tall x 2', these cuties make a statement. Your kids are gonna love them, and love checking off the little boxes. What better way to transition from summer to fall? Go grab one for your family HERE!

And hey if you do get one from me, take a pic! Share with your girlfriends and fellow mommas! tag me(@missaudreysuedesigns)! Let me see how adorable these look in your homes!

Alright. I'm out. I should go make a meal plan for next week, or even better go to bed.

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