Tips for meal planning
Planning meals is important if you want to save money at the grocery store, but most people admit they don’t do it.
Spending Less and Eating Healthier: Part 3 of 3
Can I Go Too?
As I was reading the blog Peggy wrote about tracking expenses last week, one line stood out to me more than any other, “I really need to follow my own advice.” After my most recent trip to the grocery store, I was thinking the same thing.
Have you Fired your Grocery Store?
Consumer Reports says that one-third of their readers have switched grocery stores in the past year. The main reason was to get better prices, but their readers also switched in search of better selection, shorter lines, or more courteous staff.
Grocery Shopping with Kids
Shopping with my 3 year-old son, Parker, is always an adventure. One of the stores I shop at has carts that have steering wheels where he sits and another has a ‘car’ attached to the front of the cart that he can sit in. Both of these keep him entertained because he pretends like he is driving. This is nice because it cuts down on the whining and wanting to buy everything. The downside to these carts is that they are big and take up more space going thru the aisles. Sometimes it is worth it though!
New Videos that Help you Shop for Fruits and Vegetables
When you’re planning your meals and writing your grocery list, do you ever wonder how many fruits and vegetables to buy or how to get the best deals on them? If so, check out our new series of 2-3 minute ‘how to’ videos. Some of the topics for the videos include: