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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 […]

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How To Adjust Your Grocery Shopping List After The Kids Move Out : The Grocery Game Challenge #1 Sept 7-13, 2015

TIME TO FINE-TUNE YOUR FOOD   Your grocery shopping list will need some adjustments now that your children have left home whether it’s for school or to start life on their own. Budgeting household expenses is one of the biggest changes you will have when the kids move out apart from less noise in the house. When the kids are finally gone you have to back-track to the days when you had no kids. It will take time for this new adjustment so don’t get upset if you don’t knock it out of the park the first month or two. I bet you can remember all those days you were scrambling to make lunches at the last-minute because you forgot the night before. Your pantry and refrigerator were filled with foods that you could whip up in a flash because time was never on your side. We found that after our son was born everything we did was at warp speed where before we had just rolled along peacefully. Those were the days. Parenting is hard-core work and with that you need to be organized especially with the monthly household expenses including the grocery budget. Now that we have a […]