Cutting your Grocery Bill Without Cutting Coupons

Are you spending more money than you need to at the grocery store? Unless you’re very careful about watching your purchases, you probably are, and you might not even realize it! The best way to cut your grocery spending isn’t clipping coupons and waiting for sales, although those are great (as long as you’re only buying things on sale that you still would have needed to buy without the sale, of course.) Instead, a few new habit changes can save you money on groceries without taking too much more time or effort! Plan Your Menus Do you think about all the meals you’ll be preparing with the food you get before you go to the grocery store? Most of us don’t, unless we’re running a large household. Even one or two people can score big savings on groceries by doing a little planning in advance, though. Write up a simple list of meals you’ll be preparing, and figure out what you need to buy in order to make them. You’ll probably have many of the ingredients on hand already. The Read More …

Making Your Own Baby Food to Save Money

Babies cost a ton of money, everyone knows this. Studies say that you can spend anywhere from $10,000-$20,000 a year just to keep the necessities up. Granted, there are probably some baby books and toys in there, too. But if you want to try to keep the costs down where you can you can enjoy spending the money on family vacations later on or even just make sure that you stay afloat. If you get into canning, you can always preserve baby food and make it in larger batches so that you won’t have to spend quite so much time doing it. While you’re young you may not want to spend time doing things that save you a bit of money, but now that you’re a parent there’s very little choice in the matter. You know what the best route to go is. Go Here For Wholesome Baby Food Receipts Avocado This one is one of the easiest foods to make for your baby. It’s already creamy and soft, so just squish it up into a container and feed to Read More …