I recently got a new cellphone. I use the memo feature to make my grocery list. The cellphone also has a calculator so that I can compare prices. Since my phone is always in my jacket pocket, I don't have to look for my list, which sometimes gets lost in my purse.
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When its time for plan my meals and make a grocery list, I tak out my dinner notebook. My dinner notebook contains, pages of dinners that my family likes. Under each dinner, I include a list of the items I need for each meal (not the recipe). That way when its time to make my grocery list, it cuts the time in half.
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