Nothing but nothing has gone quite right today: I missed an appointment. I burned my lunch, and I lost my wallet (inside my house!).
By the time I sat down this afternoon to make a grocery list, I decided that what I needed right this second was to design a new grocery list. (What I really need is food, but, you know what? I’ll get to the store tonight.) Putting my cranky energy towards designing something not on deadline put me in a much better mood. I’m always happier if I’m making something, and I bet making things makes you happier too.
I was in a terrible mood, so I designed a new grocery list.
Here’s the grocery list I designed a little while ago. I’ve made it freely available to all of you for personal use through Google Drive. (It’s a .PNG file. Your computer likes .PNGs just fine, but do let me know if you have any trouble printing it out.)
If you’re vegetarian or vegan and you ask me nicely in the comments, I can make a second grocery list that replaces the ol’ meat and dairy with something like grains and baking supplies. (Suggestions? Talk to me.)
The next time you’re having a weird day and have to go grocery shopping, I hope this printable list gives you a little pick-me-up. And who knows? Maybe you’ll use that bit of brightness to make something handsome for somebody in your part of the world. That would be nice, wouldn’t it?