One of the biggest budget busters is going out to eat. The more you eat at home, the more money you save, and it also is much healthier. You get to decide how a meal is prepared and what goes into it. Most likely, you know you should eat at home more often, but actually
I think we have all been there. We look around at our homes and wonder, “How did it get this way?! I don’t even know where to start!” When I was sick during the first part of my pregnancy, our family was simply in survival mode. I did not do one thing in our home.
Walmart grocery pickup came to the Walmart near me in April. I have used it multiple times and feel like I have a good perspective on the whole experience. To keep it simple and organized I’m reviewing the Walmart grocery pickup by sharing what I believe to be the pros and the cons. But before
Saving money on the grocery bill doesn’t just happen at the store. There are things that I do on a regular basis after I get home from the store that save us money. Each of these habits takes a little extra work, but they are all worth it to me. 1. Package meat in
Couponing became really popular shortly after I got married, and as a new wife I tried my best to become a successful couponer, but there was a problem. I spent MORE with coupons than before I used them! I was buying food that we didn’t need and often didn’t eat just because I had coupons
“Most families would like to save money at the grocery store and shopping the sales and using coupons is a great place to start. However, you may still be paying more for hidden costs. When my family went down to one income so that I could stay home with my son, I worked really hard
One way to lower your grocery bill is to meal plan before you go shopping. If you think that sounds complicated, it doesn’t have to be. Let me share with you how to create your own simple meal planning routine. As a busy mom and wife, I prefer to keep meal planning as simple as