Menus4Moms™ Planner Pages

The Menus 4 Moms™ Planner is a comprehensive organizer for appointments and family menu planning. It is free for personal use and can be viewed and printed with the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.

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Each month has a Month View Calendar page which can be used with detailed Weekly Planner pages. Opposite each Weekly Planner page is a menu planner for the week. The planner pages are pictured below (click on the image to download the PDF file). The pages are all designed to fit in a standard 8 1/2 x 11 three ring binder; they can also be spiral bound at your local copy shop.

If you have any trouble downloading the planner, please use the Troubleshooting Guide at the bottom of the page.

Weekly Planner


Download the Weekly Planner with Menu Planner (Lined Version) »

Menus4Moms Weekly Planner with Menu Planner (Unlined Version) »

The planner pages include a Weekly Planner on the right side and the Menu Planner on the left. The planner pages are designed to be printed double-sided which will result in the Weekly Planner being hole-punched on the left side of the page and the Menu Planner punched on the right side. When your Planner is open on your desk, the Weekly Planner page will be on the right, with the Menu Planner and Grocery List on the left. The pages are all designed to fit in a standard 8 1/2″ x 11″ three ring binder. If you print the pages double-sided, your clip-off grocery list will be on the back of last week’s To Do list. As you finish the week, copy any incomplete items from this week’s To Do list onto the list for next week and clip your grocery list for next week off so you can start your week with all of the items you need for your menu plan. These are blank planning forms; if you are looking for menus that are already planned out for you, try Busy Mom Menu or the Frugal Mom Menu for two weeks for just a penny.

Monthly & Yearly Calendars

2012-2014 Month View CalendarMonth View Calendar2012-2014 Yearly Calendar
2007-09 yearly calendar

Please right click the images and choose “Save Link As” from the menu to save the Planner files to your computer instead of downloading them each time you wish to make copies. You will not need to be online to view them once they are saved to your computer. You may wish to make a folder named Planner in your document folder so you can easily find the planner files. If your Acrobat Reader does not have a picture of a disk on the menu bar, or the Save function is not in the File menu, you will need to obtain the current version of Acrobat Reader.

Troubleshooting Guide:

If the Planner files do not open for you, try right clicking them and choosing the Save Link As command, saving the file to your desktop. Open the Acrobat Reader, and using the Open… command from the File menu, choose the file you have saved to your desktop. If your Acrobat Reader does not have a picture of a disk on the menu bar, or you click the disk and it says the file cannot be saved, you will need to obtain the current version of Acrobat Reader.  If you still cannot open the file, it may have been corrupted in transit. In that case, you should try downloading it again.


Comments

  1. Lori Morenz says:

    I have been successfully using your weekly Menu Planner for a year and half now. I love it and swear by it – even share copies with friends!! However, I have liked your older formats better. Is there any way you’d consider posting the older versions for availability?

    Thanks,
    Lori

  2. Kathy Mitchell says:

    I am also using the old format planner pages and would like to know if there is still a way that I can print those forms instead. I love your site and have learned so much. Thank you for all that you do.

    • Hi Kathy,

      What Lori was asking for was the unlined versions of the planner, which I have since added above. Is there something else you were looking for?

      Mary Ann

  3. Kathy Mitchell says:

    Yes. I use the planner sheets from 2005. They seem to have more space between the lines. I know they are quite old but I really like them.

  4. Hi Kathy,

    I have used your weekly planner and menu planner since 2005 and I am glad to see the website get a new look and feel. When I first downloaded the PDF file for the menu and planner I was allowed to type directly into the fields on my computer and print it out. I have since updated my computer and switched to the new file recently and I do not have permissions to enter in the fields. I would like to know if this is now standard or do you still have the old version which allows you to update your list via input rather than having to print it out and write it all down?

    Thank You for your all of your fabulous time saving ideas!

    • Hi Apryl,

      I don’t remember it having editable fields back then, but it’s possible. The current version doesn’t have that. I will put it on the “Planner Pages Wish List” but I’m not sure when I will get to it. It’s a tedious process to add editable fields but I’ll look at it when I have time. Have a great day!

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