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first_img TAGSGrocery Billlivingwellspendingless.com Previous articleDonna’s Deals: 5 Things You Can Make With PeepsNext articleThese 3 steps will help you get out of debt this year Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Like anything in life, you have to find the right balance. That balance won’t be exactly the same for everyone, but there are 5 tips I shared that everyone should know:Savings coupons is only part of the plan1. It’s not about the couponsI’m going to let you in on a little secret that the producers of TLC’s Extreme Couponing (and every food company and grocery store chain out there) don’t really want you to know: Extreme grocery savings do NOT, for the most part, come from the coupons. The bulk of your savings will come from the store sales. The better the promotion, the bigger the savings, so the FIRST step in saving money on your grocery bill is to SHOP THE SALES. Please enter your name here 4. Change the way you meal planIf you normally wing it when it comes to meal planning, running to the store several times a week for last-minute dinner items, this step won’t be as painful as you might think. Instead of running to the store for your dinner supplies you’ll be able to run to your stockpile–a ready-made grocery store right in your own home. You may even find that maintaining a nice, varied stockpile by shopping the sales once a week saves you a whole lot of time, in addition to saving you from the expensive impulse and last-minute buys.5. Learn to match coupons to store salesIt is not by accident that using coupons is the last item on this list and not the first. Coupons can and do save you a ton of money on your grocery bill, but only if you follow these other steps first. When and if you make these changes in the way you shop–getting into the habit of shopping for only what’s on sale, buying enough to last your family 6-8 weeks, eating less meat, and planning your meals around your stockpile and what’s on sale–you will see a dramatic drop in your grocery bill, even without clipping a single coupon.The important thing to remember is that coupons come last, not first. Don’t buy something just because you have a coupon–manufacturer’s count on that! Wait for the sale, then use the coupon. Changing old patterns and shopping habits is never easy, but with these simple changes you really can cut your grocery bill in half.Just think of what you could do with an extra $75 a week!For the complete article, go here. The Anatomy of Fear Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Please enter your comment! From Living Well Spending Less.comLet’s face it–food is expensive. The average family spends just over 10% of their household income buying groceries–over $6,000 a year–and even while average wages have gone down, the price of food keeps going up. When you are just trying to feed your family, that is a pretty scary prospect.That said, as more and more people are beginning to realize, coupons can be a great way to save money on food. If you’ve ever watched TLC’s Extreme Couponing, you probably already know that sometimes those savings can be quite dramatic. The problem is that those dramatic savings often come from seasoned coupon users who have spent countless hours clipping & sorting coupons and searching for the very best deals.Quite frankly, who has time for that?center_img Thus, your goal from now on is to only EVER buy an item when it is at its lowest price. Period.2. Stockpile, stockpile, stockpileIn order to only ever buy an item at its lowest price, you must buy enough of it while it is on sale to last until it goes on sale again. This is key. Most items go on sale every 6-8 weeks, which means you need to buy enough to last your family that long. If you buy only a weeks worth, you will be forced to pay more the next time you need it because you didn’t buy enough.Stockpile, Stockpile, Stockpile!3. Eat less meatGoing vegetarian just a couple times a week could save you as much as $1,000 a year. Meat costs usually account for a significant portion of people’s grocery bills, so cutting out even a little will make a big difference over time. One of the ways my own family has kept our grocery bill to around $200-300 a month is by eating very little meat and honestly I am shocked at the prices whenever I do buy meat! LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.last_img read more


first_imgHome Local News Crime Two charged after robbery at Walmart Previous articleMan charged with stalking after month of investigationNext articleEx-boyfriend charged with stalking, assault admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Police searching for woman connected to husband’s death By admin – May 3, 2018 Pinterest Pinterest Christopher Webb, left; Keri Bucek Twitter Facebook WhatsAppcenter_img Facebook Police searching for man connected to hit and run Local NewsCrime Two charged after robbery at Walmart WhatsApp Twitter Youngsters urged to be safe over graduation weekends Two people were charged by Odessa police after they reportedly stole merchandise from a Walmart and tried to steal an employee’s vehicle.Officers were called about a disturbance around 10:10 p.m. Tuesday at Walmart, 4210 N. JBS Parkway, an Odessa Police Department news release stated.The two suspects, 35-year-old Christopher Webb and 30-year-old Keri Bucek, reportedly took merchandise from the store and left without paying, the release detailed. When an employee confronted them, they began running toward the parking lot.An employee pulled their vehicle in front of the suspects’ vehicle to prevent them from leaving, the release stated, and while the employee was attempting to detain Webb, Bucek entered the employee’s vehicle and began to drive away. However, the vehicle turned off automatically after it left the range of the employee’s key FOB.Bucek then reportedly pulled out a knife and threatened the employee with it, the release detailed, and then officers arrived on scene and arrested both suspects.Webb and Bucek were charged with aggravated robbery, a first-degree felony, and Bucek was further charged with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, a state jail felony, and possession of marijuana, a class B misdemeanor, after marijuana was found on her person, the release stated.Jail records show both suspects were taken to the Ector County Detention Center Wednesday. Webb has a $75,000 bond and Bucek has three bonds totaling $90,500. Upside Down Blueberry Pie CheesecakeCreamy Fruit SaladSummer Spaghetti SaladPowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay last_img read more

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