Me too. Went today in fact. I must admit, I've been so many times I generally write my list in the order I'll find the stuff in the aisles and various departments (more or less).Template? Please explain. I just make a "shopping list".
Me too. Each location is laid out differently, and what she buys is sure to be quite different than what I buy, so even if I had a "template", it wouldn't do anyone much good.Same here. Go in the door, turn left and go around from there. I pretty much know where everything is.
Maybe the OP is looking to create (again, in order by how the store is arranged) a list of what they regularly buy so they can just check off what is needed? Dunno. I would be interested in what she has in mind.
Not to be snarky, but how can anyone else's list be useful to you? I go to RD every few weeks to get things I either can't get from my broadliner, or that I can save serious money. My trip yesterday I went for lo temp dish chemicals, 10 cases frozen croissant, 12 cases smoked salmon, 1 bag Quahogs, 1 bag Gala apples, a case of 56 ct. navel oranges, some spices, toilet paper, heavy cream, raw gyro meat, deli meats, random chicken, breadcrumbs, stainless flatware, 10 ounce PET cups with lids, and pure maple syrup. I doubt that you have interest in the majority of my list. And my store is certainly laid our differently than yours. Afraid there's no shortcut.Yes, a spreadsheet with all the common items bought, arranged by location so I can just input quantities needed that week to make it easier for my shopper. We have started to create our own, but I hate to recreate the wheel if someone's already got one laid out.
Ok...I guess I'll be snarky after all. What you're asking for is stupid. My items are different. My store is different.Not to be snarky back, but if there's a template, it's easy to edit and change items without recreating the whole layout.
You asked for a template. We told you why such a thing would not be practical. Isn't that something productive?If you don't have something productive to contribute, why respond at all?
Yes, I notice that too. The problem as I see it is some people come here to ask a question but they already have their mind made up. When we don't agree with them or validate their ideas they get defensive or insulted.It's not hard, but it takes time, which is something I don't have a lot of, especially for people who don't want to be helpful, but only to try to prove their superiority. I see it a lot on this forum which is probably why I don't use it.