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An unorganised grocery list can actually keep you in a store longer. I used to make my grocery list by writing the first item at the top of the list and working my way down in no particular order.
I'd be in a particular aisle at the store, read my list in a hurry and miss one or two items in that section. I would then have to run back to that section later. I'd spend a lot of time running back and forth to get something I'd missed.
I knew there had to be a better way and came up with a pre-printed, sectioned list typed on my computer.
The list has headings such as produce, meat, breakfast foods, and so on. Now, as I make my list, I just go to the section on the list and write in the item.
Then, when I'm shopping, I can see at a glance all the items I need in that section.
I made the list by opening up a new document in my word processing programme. Then all I did was type in the following headings, three across in a row, left enough space, then made the next row of three across. These are my headings:
I printed a few lists to keep with my grocery adverts in a binder. When I need more, I'll print more. An organised shopping list makes all the difference. - www.homemakersjournal