Are you in a meal planning rut? Or feeling uninspired after Thanksgiving? This happens to us when we’re super busy or feeling overwhelmed with activities and I am just not inspired to come up with a good menu plan. My favorite way to break out of the slump? Making a list of meals to try!

I love the Meals to Try Planner (it’s a free printable) – it’s perfect for generating a list of meals that you’d like to try. Thumb through some cookbooks or do a deep dive on Pinterest. Ask your family members for ideas and keep this list handy when you’re trying to decide what’s for dinner. I typically share a recipe a week on Fridays in my It’s the Little Things Posts if you’re looking for some inspiration.

Go to the free printables page to grab this free printables and many, many more!

If you are new to the free printables page you’ll need to enter your email address ONE TIME and I’ll send you the password you can use to access the free printables page. If you already have the password, simple enter it and grab these goodies.

I also have a whole section in the shop with printable kits designed to make your life easier. If you’re looking for more menu planning ideas and a recipe binder kit, you’ll love the Dinner Rotation and Menu Planning Guide. All of the printables have been updated with the new color scheme AND they are all fillable so you can type in your own info or fill it out by hand. You can find them here in the shop.