"BUY ONLY WHAT YOU NEED AND CAN AFFORD
Before grocery shopping, write a list for the items you nee.d It only takes a few minutes to plan a week's worth of dinners and lunches. SUrvey your pantry and refrigerator for the items you need and stick to your shopping list. Avoid putting other things in your cart that catch your eye. Be a smart shopper and use a shopping list.
* Try buying an extra canned food item each tie you go grocery shopping for your food storage.
CHECK THE ENTRIE SHELF
Grocery stores will often place the higher priced items at eye-level. Consumers choose more items to buy from eye level. So look at the top and bottom of the shelf for potential better bargains. Try to buy generic, no mane brands when possible. Especially for staples such as flour, salt, etc.
AVOID CONVENIENCE ITEMS
Don't purchase items that are convenience items, such as prepared vegetable or pre-made sandwiches. These items are more costly, an you are better off buying your own ingredients and making them yourself.
DON'T SHOP ON AN EMPTY STOMACH
Don't shop when you are hungry. People tend to buy more, and a larger amount of the things they don't need when they are hungry, so always shop with a full stomach. Also, prepare to dress more warmly, since supermarkets are often cold, because the cold temperatures actually makes you hungry so you buy more!"
Well, it is Friday so it is my last post for the week. I hope you all have a terrific and fun weekend! Remember the Scentsy Buddy giveaway ends Sunday night at midnight. The winner will be announced on Monday's blog post! Be sure to spread the news and invite your friends to join!