Some weeks I feel like I go to the grocery store everyday. That’s a sure sign that life has gotten too busy and I’m not doing a good job of planning ahead.
These are 5 things I often run low on or run out of in my house:
1. Milk – My kids need milk for their cereal and my husband drinks milk with his oatmeal each morning. I rarely eat cereal and only need milk for cooking or baking. When I’m smart, I buy 3 gallons during my weekly shopping trip.
2. Bread -My daughter packs lunch a few days a week and her favorite lunch includes a cheese sandwich. I’ve started to buy two loaves.
3. That one thing you need for tonight’s dinner – For me it’s one can of beans when I make chili beans or french fries when we have hamburgers. Am I the only one this happens to?
4. Gas – My husband gets after me all of the time for letting my gas get too low. I know he’s right and should never let it get under 1/4 tank. I’m trying to be better about this.
5. Toilet paper – My daughter and I live with three guys: my husband, my son, and my husband’s college-age nephew. I have to make sure we have enough toilet paper in the bathroom’s linen closet, on the roll, and on my three-roll backup stash. Otherwise, these guys never refill the toilet paper.
Do you want to stop running out of these common things, too?
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How do YOU make sure you don’t run out of things?