Save time & money with a grocery list


When I was little, my mom always went to the grocery store with a list and a grocery clicker.  She filled the grocery cart and checked things off the list and I had the privilege of using the clicker to add up the value of items we were buying.  I was such a big girl!  Not only did I learn to add, but also how to stick to a list.

Fast forward a couple of decades.  When I make a list and stick to it, I get in and out of the store faster, spend less money and am less likely to forget things.  If you don't usually make a grocery list, try making one and sticking to it.  You'll probably find that you spend less money and spend less time shopping.  Translation:  more money in your pocket and more time for family!

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Submitted by katelee on
A grocery list is definitely a must. Yes, I agree with the idea that you should stick to your list. Whatever it is written there no add on item no more unless otherwise it is really important. The greatest residence expense outside of housing and power is effortlessly food. It is arguably the most essential, as humans are perfectly capable of living without a lot of things though food is not among them. There are, however, many ways to save money on household goods. If you need help paying for groceries, you can use a payday loan.