Okay, so let me get two things out of the way. 1) Walmart doesn’t know who I am, expect the pregnant lady who spilled her coffee and fell in front of the store, but that’s a whole other story! So this is in no way sponsored by them. 2) I LOVE Walmart Grocery Pick Up!
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
During this season of my life as a stay-at-home-mom, I believe that my financial contribution to our family is to save money rather than make money. One of the ways I have been able to drastically cut our spending is at the grocery store. Before becoming a SAHM, I would spend around $80-90 a week
There are some great deals to be found at Sam’s Club, but if you aren’t careful, you can end up paying more for items at Sam’s than at your local grocery store. I purchase some items at Sam’s on a regular basis while there are other items that are always cheaper at the grocery store.
I always love to save an extra penny or two! Lately, I have been working hard to make sure I stay within our budget, which means I have been finding extra ways to save while I am shopping. Of course I love to shop the sales and use coupons when I can, but there are
Before becoming a SAHM, I wasn’t super concerned about sticking to a grocery budget, but now that we are living on one income, the budget is super important to keep. Last week I shared how I save by making more things from scratch. Today, I’m sharing 4 other ways that help me stick to the