had an idea thos morning to make grocery shopping a little easier
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    Default had an idea thos morning to make grocery shopping a little easier

    i use a binder to keep my coupons in. it's one that has the plastic on the front to side a sheet os paper in to make a fancy cover. well last night after i made out my shopping lists, one for super walmart and the other for sam's, i folded them in half and slide them in the front. well this morning i though, i ought to get a dry erase marker and just draw a line through the items as we put them in the cart instead of lugging along a clipboard to keep the list on.

    it wipes off easy. and since i have the page of paper folded in half lengthwise i can use the same sheet of paper for 4 lists.

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    That's a good idea. I have a dry erase board in my kitchen and I'd be lost without it. I use the pen to label storage containers, too. It wipes off most of the time (YMMV - test it first.)

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    That is a good idea!

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    That is a really clever idea.

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