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Grocery Shopping Tips

# Always go with a list. If you go without a list, you may as well just throw your money away. Better yet, donate it to me — I probably need it more than you. 🙂 Seriously, though, you need to prepare a list of everything you need, pulling from your weekly menu (next tip) and checking to make sure you don’t have it in your pantry, fridge or freezer. Make sure you’re not forgetting anything. Now stick to that list.

# Have a budget. When I go to the store, I know exactly how much I can spend. Then I try my best to stick within that limit. If you don’t know how much you can spend, you’ll certainly spend too much.

# Plan out a weekly menu. This is the best way to ensure that your list is complete, and that you have enough to serve your family dinner for the week. I often plan a weekly menu and then duplicate it for the next week — this way I can shop for two weeks at once. Be sure to plan a leftovers night.

# Don’t go when you’re hungry. This is a

Shopping Tips for Back to School

To your kids, shopping for new clothes, gear, and school supplies may be the only good thing about going back to school, but that doesn’t mean you have to spend a fortune every year. Here are 10 great ideas for how to get everything they need and save a few bucks doing it.

# Stick to the list

The teacher’s supply list at the start of a new school year is daunting enough so don’t waste time and money on unlisted items. Extra supplies, while they may be cute, will probably never get used and just leave your pockets empty.

# Head to the supermarket for basic supplies

Check weekly circulars for great deals on pens and loose-leaf paper, and get your weekly grocery shopping done at the same time. Bonus: buying everything in one place will save time and gas money!

# Hold off buying trendier gear

Kids may love a certain lunch box or pencil case they find , but once they start school and see that their friends are all using another kind, they’ll beg you to upgrade them, and that only results in wasted cash.

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Save Money on Shopping?, Here Its Tips

For a considerable lot of us, shopping takes up an expansive lump of the month to month spending plan. Whether you’re hoping to spare cash on sustenance shopping, or attempting to cut the expense of your web purchasing, we’ve pulled together a couple tips to help you keep costs low.

# Work out what you spend your money on. Make a list of everything you buy in a typical month. This will make it easier to work out where you can make cuts.

# Don’t impulse buy. Think carefully before making a purchase – especially if it’s expensive. At the very least sleep on it, it might seem less appealing in the morning.

# Shop around. Check out the competition and compare prices. For example, it might be cheaper to go to a different supermarket, or buy your electronics from a different website.

# Beware of special offers.Vouchers, special offers and cashback deals were invented to make you spend more, not less. Never buy something you don’t need just because it’s on offer.

# Check reviews. If you’re not sure about a product, check online to see if there are any reviews. Just