Groceries can be expensive. Raise your hand if you have ever spent more than $200 a week for groceries and thought what did I buy? Raise your hand if you have ever gone to the grocery store and bought a car full of groceries, and got home and your kids said “We have no food!”. Yes, it happens to us all, but I know you can spend less on your groceries by learning how we shop and put a hard stop on both of those questions.
Have a huge pantry full of food? A full freezer full of food? Stuff behind other stuff that you don’t know what to do with? I bet you have enough stuff in your cupboard to make dinners! Remember some of these steps might not all apply to you and that is okay! We all do things differently and that is okay! It is out here for you to learn our process of grocery shopping to help you in your journey to cut your costs on your grocery bill. My mom even proved to me that she could do it! I know you can do it too with these steps!
I failed and did not make a list when I went grocery shopping and still stayed under $65 for 9 meals! You might be thinking…how the heck did you do that? Well…I might have been going in the wrong direction when I made the choice to do it. But I needed to waste time and knew we needed food at home. I will teach you how I did it so you can do it to with these tips!
Baby cost are high — we had to learn to save up for Baby Maloney and fast. We had to figure a way to cut cost and quickly to save the $10,000. Instead of buying lunch after lunch, we made bagged lunches cool for both my husband and I to take to work. You can learn here too how to make bagged lunches to save your grocery budget too!