We look at work and personal. We keep a Google Calendar for all of our family happenings. I make sure I know which days (if any) my hubs will not need me to pack a lunch for him. We also talk about days that are very full of meetings and where a "snacky" packed lunch (things that are easy and probably don't need reheated, like jerky, cut veggies, a piece of fruit, & some homemade trail mix) might be a better option. We also talk about what we want to do for family activities during the week and a date night so we can arrange a baby sitter.
I've talked about my not at all flashy, but effective (at least for us) Meal Plan note that I keep in my phone. This is the time where I ask my husband if there's anything he'd specifically like to eat during the week. It's also a natural time to update my grocery list note (that's also on my phone) to make sure we having what we need to follow the meal plan.
I added this one to our check list of items to go over each week, just earlier this year. We were already keeping a list of goals (also in the Notes App on our phones) that we've been reviewing every week and it's amazing how many more goals you accomplish when checking in on them often. Sometimes circumstances change and so the goals must also throughout the year (like getting pregnant, a new job, etc.). This is a great time to just stop and look at the daily habits going on that are either helping or bringing us further away from our goals.
This one is actually only about once a month for us but we typically do it as part of our weekly planning, near the end of the month. We go through Mint (www.mint.com) to make sure all of our transactions have been categorized correctly before closing out the month's budgets. We talk about what went well, what didn't, discuss changes/solutions, and any other financial topics that may be coming up.
That's it! It might seem like a lot to go over but it really only takes us a few minutes most weeks now.