My aunt used to go to the grocery store every day for the food she needed to make dinner that evening. I cannot imagine. I hate going to the grocery store once a week! In fact, I try to avoid going that often when I can. But there are people who do drop by the grocery store at least 2-3 times per week, even if 1-2 of those visits are to pick up only an item or two such as milk or bread.
Whether you visit the grocery store daily or just once per week, to save time and gas on needless visits, you should create a weekly menu plan. (And then you probably won’t need to go daily.)
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Do you have a never-ending to do list? Do you get distracted from one task in favor of working on another? A to do list can help you weed out some of those tasks and keep you on track.
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One of the documents you should have in your home is a calendar. Have you ever forgotten a birthday? Or to renew your car insurance or vehicle registration? A calendar helps–or it will if you look at it consistently as you should.
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You’ve probably heard about home management binders. Perhaps you’ve thought one wasn’t for you. But I personally think a home management binder can potentially help anyone–and I think they can be incredibly helpful if the person who manages the home becomes incapacitated or unexpectedly passes away.
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