Welcome to my August Monthly Meal Planning free printables! Holy cow, I seriously can’t believe it’s August! I’m so not ready for school yet! Ikea just opened this week, and I’ve been saving for 2 years in anticipation! 2 YEARS!

I’ll share more on my schoolroom organization, later, but for now here’s the August 2011 Monthly Meal Plan for you. This should free up some time for you all to get your homes organized and ready before school starts back up!




Download August 2011 Meal Plan:


  1. We have an Ikea here in Warsaw, Poland. I have never been to an Ikea though. I hear it is a treat.

    Your menu sounds wonderful. Can I come live with you? I do my menu too, but I haven’t for a few weeks. I need to get back into it. I am finding a lot of motivation by reading posts by people who are doing the same.

  2. OOOH! We have an IKEA 30 minutes from where we live and seriously, I think my oldest daughter and I could live there if they would let us… I can’t wait to see what you found there! Thank you so much for all your great posts and for all the printables you allow us to use. You are such a blessing to many!

  3. Hi ….. thank you so much for this calendar. I just discovered that the website I was downloading weekly free menus from took them down. I had printed out some of the recipes and menus, and had used them for the last couple of years.. I think I got bored with the recipes. Someone gave me and some other school at home moms your link… Such a blessing since our schedules are going to be very busy in the near future.
    Thank you so much.


    1. Robin & Teresa,
      The downloads should have the links to the recipes in them. Wherever you see an underlined recipe you should be able to click on that and get to it. You can also get to my recipes at the top of my blog navigation bar where it says recipes, then click ‘main dishes’ then ‘calzones’. I’ll double check my links in the download to make sure they are working! Thanks :o)

    1. Alicia,
      Don’t laugh, but I’m lazy in the mornings so I use the Yoplait and Jamba smoothies from King Soopers Freezer section. You can also get them in bulk at Costco. I know, lame :o) But you could also do your own, pick a cup of frozen fruit of your choice, add in a few tablespoons of frozen yogurt, then about a 1.5 cups milk and blend!


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