grocery game monthly challenge

6 Grocery Budget Sacrifices Of A Frugal Shopper : The Grocery Game Challenge 2017 #2 Feb 6-12

STOP AND CONSIDER WHETHER YOU ARE PUTTING ENOUGH EFFORT INTO SAVING AS MUCH MONEY AS YOU CAN WHILE FOOD SHOPPING.   Grocery shopping should not be difficult but without unlimited funds walking into a grocery store and putting whatever you fancy into a shopping cart can be costly. Some shoppers don’t care about saving money but complain that grocery prices are too high. Then there is the frugal shopper who will pull out all the strings to save money but not without sacrifices. Which shopper are you? Frugal doesn’t mean you are cheap it means you are smart with your money. Don’t get me wrong there are still plenty of smart shoppers who aren’t frugal shoppers but just happen to land on deals wherever they go. Lucky maybe? We’re not in the CBB house so we opt for the frugal lifestyle so we can concentrate on paying our debts, increasing our retirement savings and enjoying life without the added worry of more bills. Why? We pay everything in full. Related: Why are you being frugal when you don’t have to be? Arriving at the point where money stress wasn’t getting in the way of our reasoning when grocery shopping has […]

grocery game monthly challenge

5 Supermarket Annoyances That Cost You More To Buy Groceries : The Grocery Game Challenge 2016 #3 Oct 17-23

AVOID IRRITATING PITFALLS AND YOU’LL SAVE YOUR GROCERY BUDGET FROM EXPANSION   This week I wanted to focus on changes that grocery stores could embrace that would make grocery shopping easier so I’ve broken down some of the most common annoyances that customers face. Today when we buy groceries it has gone from something simple to a bit overwhelming at times now that we are parents. Over the past nine years of grocery shopping in Canada I’ve noticed a trend at every grocery store that I go to and that is marketing differs across the board. It becomes a tug of war between the shops and the customers and in the end all I ever see is a packed parking lot at Costco. We’re a country driven by convenience and it shows. No grocery store is alike even though they may offer similar rewards programs and the same products. Every grocery store needs to have a face and by that I mean they must stand out whether it’s in a big way or by multiple smaller reasons to herd the customers in week after week. That’s how they make their money or in part. You might not want to shop […]