This is a sponsored post. All opinions are mine. As frugal as I am, in general, I’m not a coupon lady. Unfortunately, the foods that I regularly purchase (produce, grains, meat) just don’t have coupons. However, when we go on a family trip, like the upcoming homeschool convention in Ohio(woo-hoo!), my first stop is Groupon Coupons. Hotwire, Priceline, and Expedia are ready with coupon codes (up to 60% off!) to save some big bucks our
In our home we do grocery shopping on a weekly basis. Because I buy a lot fresh fruit and veg, shopping any less frequently would result in wasted/rotten food. There are several things I do each week in preparation for my grocery trip that help save time and money in the long run. Here are five tips to saving money and avoiding food waste… 1. Organize your pantry, fridge and freezer and take inventory This
Having a meal routine always makes the day run more smoothly. I glance at the menu in the morning and know if I need to pull a protein out of the freezer. I can focus on the tasks at hand during the morning because I know I have all the ingredients necessary for lunch. A few months ago, I started implementing not only the meal plan but a meal routine also. What’s a meal routine?
This post may include affiliate links that help support my family. Read my full disclosure here. We used to budget $140 a week for groceries. That changed about nine months ago when my husband decided we needed to sit down and redo our budget. We are a family of six, including a teenage boy. Our grocery budget went from $140/week to $100/week. When we first decided to cut the grocery bill.. um.. I wasn’t exactly happy.