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Wednesday, April 30, 2008

SuperMarket Savings 101

Gas prices are soaring, and so is food. Economically, living in America is getting tougher and tougher. Families are learning to "tighten their belts" (so to speak) in order to be able to continue to afford the life they've been used to living.

Personally, one of the ways that we've "tightened our belt" is on food. If we aren't careful, we could be caught spending $300 a month for food (for a family of 3) and STILL feel like we don't have much in our pantry.

I'm so thankful to have found SuperMarket Savings 101, a delightful ebook that teaches you a new way of thinking...and explains step by step how to lower your grocery bill, including tips on using coupons at stores like CVS.

Before this ebook, I had heard of people saving money at places like CVS and Walgreens, but had never quite figured out how they could come out with a bag full of goodies and only pay $5 - or, sometimes...nothing! After countless unanswered emails to them, I began to lose hope in finding out how this process works so I could use it too. Until this ebook, that is. And, I had wondered how it was possible for families larger than mine, on even smaller incomes, managed to feed their families without government assistance. How was it possible to feed your family healthy meals for pocket change?

SuperMarket Savings 101 is a brilliant ebook that lays it all out for you, in a simple and easy-to-comprehend manner. It teaches you to buy more for less and guides you through "baby steps," rather than giving you information overload for your first time out.

Want to save on groceries? Check it out!

By the way, how much do you spend weekly on groceries...and for how large of a family??

1 comment:

Nissa said...

We spend $90- $120 a week on groceries (including toiletries & cleaning products)for our family of 4. I started cutting coupons & I think it helps some, and am trying to plan out my meals ahead of time- something I've never been good at since I'm a terrible cook.