Welcome back to KICKSTART 2022 – a new campaign to help Garrett County get moving, make healthier choices, and work together to improve our community’s well-being in the New Year.
Throughout January 2022, we’ll be sharing TONS of great resources and tips to help you KICKSTART your new year with a community full of support!
Today is the third day of a brand new year – and we’re sharing one of our favorite printables, the MyPlate Grocery Game Plan template:
Creating a grocery list ahead of time can help you avoid the tempting treats contained in the middle aisles, and make sure you have the essentials you need to maintain a balanced diet. (Learn more on MyPlate.gov: https://www.myplate.gov/eat-healthy/healthy-eating-budget/make-plan.) Stay tuned – we’ll be sharing more great resources from MyPlate throughout the month!
About KICKSTART 2022:
- 5 BONUS Prize Points ? can be earned through the end of January 2022 by commenting on each day’s post, activity, etc…
- Building off the success of our Walktober campaign, we’ll continue to share local resources to help you utilize all of the tools and resources available in Garrett County to start your new year off with people who want to help you meet your goals ❤️ – whether they’re about physical health, mental health, or both.
- In addition to what you’ve seen with previous campaigns, we’re going to be expanding this campaign with one of our favorite motivational resources: ? Pinterest! We hope you’ll join us as we build a collection of great resources from community members, small businesses, and people who just want to help others succeed!
Join the discussion! We had a tremendous outpouring of community support, feedback, and great tips during Walktober. We’d love to hear from you in the comments below (and you’ll even earn 5 bonus points each day, if you are logged into your Go! account).
(Please note, your first comment on Go! GC is manually approved to prevent spam. After your comment is approved, you will automatically be awarded bonus Prize Points. Once you have one comment approved, all future comments will be automatically approved.)
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I really like this
I have actually used this list in the past. It’s very helpful in avoiding getting things you don’t need as well as organizing your list, which I love.
I have one similar but great tool I will share with my students.
I still order all my groceries online at Wal-Mart for curbside pickup due to the pandemic. I do shop in store at Shop n Save for our deli, produce and meat items. So I am not really tempted by walking the aisles! Can’t say I don’t order things I shouldn’t though!
I make a list. Use sale Circular & Walmart app to check prices. Printable grocery game plan list will be helpful in organizing & reminding us to avoid unhealthy choices.
Great resource, I’m gonna have to try it!
I don’t know how anyone shops without a grocery list and pre-planned meals. ?
Lists are great for everything, LOL… Love it!
My plate has a lot of good resources. I have one of their plates, and the serving size is surprisingly small, for the most part. We consume way more food than we need to.
My problem is leaving my list at home, or in the car.
This is a great way to be mindful about working in all of the food groups.
A grocery list is great when you remember to take it with you to the store.
I have to make a list or I will forget something.
Creating a grocery list that has categories listed in the order that one tends to approach shopping can help make the errand more efficient.
I need to remember to take my list in the store with me!