How To Organize Coupons?

Easily Organize Coupons

 

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As I’ve shared with you all before, I’ve tried every method of organizing coupons on the planet, so I thought you’d like a peek at what I’m using now! I definitely think this is the easiest way ever to keep up with coupons ~ would love to hear your thoughts.


If you can’t see the video, go HERE.

Here are a few notes from the video:

 

 

Looking for more ideas on organizing coupons? 

See how I’ve created a coupon binder (this is a lot of work but definitely works for some folks ~ I’m not using it any longer but it might work for you!)

And see how another way to (really easily) organize coupons.

 

 

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Easiest Way To Penny Pinch? Don’t Buy It.

 

A few weeks ago I was out shopping and kept noticing all these great deals. There was a stock up price on chicken, a great deal on cereal, BUY ONE GET ONE FREE shoulder roasts (my favorite cut of meat for the crockpot), and a few other bargains just begging me to stock up.

 

I stuck them all in my cart, then mentally started adding up my grocery total. As we’ve been working harder since the new year to stick to our grocery budget I knew those “deals” were going to put us over our budget, but it kind of hurt to think about not stocking up when they were all such good prices.

 

Then I remembered that thing I’ve learned after years and years of penny pinching. (Are you ready for this?)

 

There’s almost always another deal. 

 

Really.

 

That stock up price on chicken? It’ll come back again. (Unless it’s under 99¢ per pound ~ then I would have bought the whole store out.) ;)

 

Another cereal deal? Yup, those are a dime a dozen and within a few weeks time there’s bound to be another bargain.

 

And those roasts? Well (~ahem~) honestly I did buy the roasts. BOGO shoulder roasts are just too hard for this penny pincher to put away, especially in the midst of the-it-really-is-winter-and-we-use-our-crockpot-way-too-much-because-it’s-cold-outside-season. ;)

 

But guess what? I saved a whopping $45 on that grocery trip by simply not choosing to grab all those great deals. As luck would have it I came home and noticed at least 5 pounds of boneless skinless chicken breast in my freezer, plenty of cereal, and enough groceries already in my kitchen even without those extra deals.

 

There are so. many. great. deals. that we post here on PPP and that you can find at the store, but ultimately if they’re beyond your grocery budget they probably aren’t worth it. I’ve said it before (over and over and over?) and I’ll say it one more time . . . there is no other area in your family’s finances that you can control as your grocery budget, so this is one area I can choose to maintain control in.

 

Are there any items that you find on sale that you simply can’t pass up? For me deals on fresh meat and produce are the hardest to walk away from (I don’t ever really skip a great price on fresh produce), but choosing to save on other items by leaving at them at the store was well worth it for me. I’d love to hear your thoughts!

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Download my free stock up price list if you haven’t already!

New to budgeting and don’t know where to begin? Here are a few posts to you get started:

 

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Grocery Budget Check Up 2015 Week #1

 

It’s that time of year (I know y’all are so excited!) Time to start talking grocery budgets. I’ve said it so many times before (some of you are tired of hearing I bet!), but there is NO OTHER AREA IN YOUR FAMILY’S FINANCES THAT YOU CAN SO EASILY TAKE CONTROL OF AS YOUR FAMILY’S GROCERY BUDGET.

 

Woohooo! ;) (I know, I know . . . but it really is kinda fun when you’re able to whittle that grocery budget down ~ promise!)

 

I’ve had an overwhelming number of requests this last week from people asking how much their grocery budget should be, how to use coupons effectively, and how to really change their grocery budget in 2015. Here are a few (easy!) tips that will hopefully get you started:

  1. Consider what your grocery budget currently is. If you’re new to couponing, plan to decrease your budget by 10-20% over the next three to four weeks, and then determine to slash it by up to 50% in the next 3-4 months.  (Read this post for more tips.)
  2. Choose one (one!) store to shop at and learn their coupon policy really well. Find every website you can sharing information about deals at that store, and look for as much information online prior to shopping each week so that you go in prepared to get the best deals.  (See more on beginning couponing information HERE to get started.)
  3. Look at what’s in your pantry and take a few days off from shopping by using what you already have.
  4. Shop the sales ads. Chicken on sale? Then your family gets chicken tonight. ;) Once you’ve built your stockpile up you’ll have a little more variety, but for now use your stores sales ad as a guide to your menu planning each week.

 

In 2015, my goal is to spend no more than $90 to $100 each week at the grocery. 

This is substantially more than I’ve ever spent for groceries each week (it wasn’t long ago we only spent $40-$50 weekly!) But, we’re eating more and more whole foods, my kids are getting bigger, we now live in an area where fewer stores double coupons, and we got a dog. :) I’ll continue using mostly only printable coupons will work to help save my sanity, and feel like this is a pretty realistic goal. (We’ll see!)

 

I get asked pretty frequently what’s included in my grocery budget, so thought I’d share a quick list:

  • groceries
  • toiletries
  • paper products
  • cleaning supplies
  • pet food (new this year!)

 

If you need to change your grocery budget in 2015, today is a PERFECT day to start, and I promise, you. can. do. this. (really!) Determine today how you want your year to look, set realistic goals, and decide to take control of your finances instead of allowing them to control you.  I can’t wait to hear what your goals are, and am excited to see how we’ll do in 2015 to pinch those pennies even further. You can share your goals by clicking HERE ~ I’m cheering for you!

 

 

New to budgeting and don’t know where to begin? Here are a few posts to you get started:

 

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My Wingback Chair Story + Why Patience & Budgeting Is Worth It

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My $2 chair

 

It’s time to chat budgeting . . . anyone else with me? 

 

When my husband and I were first married, we bought the cutest little ranch fixer upper. It had a pretty basic floor plan – tiny living and dining room right off the tiny foyer as you walked through the front door.

 

It was a solid three years before we could afford to do anything with those little rooms (the owners before us chose a lovely neon turquoise carpet ~ seriously ~ who puts in neon turquoise carpet?) When we finally were ready to fluff up those rooms I had big dreams in my head.

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My mom gave us our piano, and I just knew that little living room would be perfect if I could just afford two wing back chairs to sit opposite the piano (flanking either side of a tall window ~ I wish I had pictures to show you!) I would move kitchen chairs into the living room to see how they would look. I’d sit in each corner waiting for a chair and just imagine they were already there. And I stayed up at night dreaming of the perfect wingback chairs.

 

I really wanted those chairs. ;)

 

It went so far that I actually believed that if I just had those chairs, my daily prayer time would become consistent. Because clearly with those chairs I’d have just the perfect spot to sit down with my Bible and Bible Study book in, so all my excuses would just fly right out the window.

 

It finally occurred to me that Jesus didn’t exactly need wingback chairs to make way for His own quiet time. 

 

~Ahem.~ 

 

(Y’all, I kid you not, these thoughts really did go through this 23 year old’s head . . . gracious I’ve always been a mess!) ;)

 

Sure enough, one day while walking through JCPenney I saw a Buy One Get One Free LaZBoy Wingback chair sale. 

 

I needed them. 

 

I convinced my husband they were perfect (what man doesn’t get excited when you say the word LaZBoy?), and was so stinkin’ excited to finish up the room I could hardly stand it. (These were them exactly ~ bleck!)

 

Because we couldn’t afford what I really wanted (I was dreaming of something more like these back then?), I settled for those chairs, and honestly hated them in every single room we moved them to. I finally sold those suckers on Craigslist two years ago for less than $100, and was so ready to see them go.

 

And guess what?

 

They didn’t magically make me spend more time in Bible Study.

 

They didn’t automatically fix all the other flaws in our home.

 

And they didn’t just up and make me perfectly happy.

 

Buying stuff never does.

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Fast forward fifteen years.

 

I’ve learned a lot about stuff. I’ve learned that waiting for what I really want instead of settling for second best is oh-so-worth it.

 

I’ve learned that Goodwill and thrift stores have awesome bargains, and if I decide eventually to throw away that $2 chair it won’t break my heart the way never being satisfied with those $399 chairs did. (They were $399 for both after the BOGO sale – just to clarify.) ;)

 

I’ve learned that contentment doesn’t come from stuff to begin with, and you can make just about anything beautiful with a little work and determination.

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The moral of the story? 

 

Don’t fool yourself into believing that if you have just that one thing your life will all of a sudden find peace. Because while you may fill that one spot, another ten spots will pop up just waiting for some attention. (Promise. I’ve been there.)

 

Instead, determine your budget, if you can afford to frugally fix things up have at it, but don’t stress over buying something right this second that you have no business buying. Choose to make whatever space you’re in beautiful by simply tidying it up, clearing off the counters, and slapping some fresh paint on a room if you need to. (Need inexpensive paint? Try the home improvement store clearance bins!)

 

If you’re just starting out, know that one day your budget really will change, and those things you’ve dreamed of forever might just come into reachAnd, odds are your taste will really change along the way, so be patient and do things for as little money as you can while you have time to figure out what you really love.

Determine today to stick to a budget in 2015, and wait patiently for the things you really want until you can afford them. It may take some time to get there, but I promise it’s so worth the wait!

 

 

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Five Items I Was Surprised To Find At Aldi

 

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I made a quick run to Aldi today, and was pretty surprised that they carried quite a few items I didn’t know they had! I’ve always picked up fresh produce and string cheese there (they consistently have the best price on string cheese), but there were some new items that caught my eye today.  Here were the things I noticed that you may have missed too . . .

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1. K-Cups priced at $4.99/12 or $.41 each (compare to $.31 per K-Cup at Amazon)

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2. Lots of gluten free options (LOTS!)

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3. Coconut Oil (great price!)

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4. Organic Cereal (Simply Nature Organic Walnut or Tropical Mango Passion $1.99 per box) as well as quite a bit of Organic Produce (I haven’t priced it to be sure this is a great deal compared to your local grocery store ~ I would love to hear your thoughts on it if you normally shop organic)

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5. Whole Wheat Flour ($2.29 – I forgot to take a picture!) and spices/seasonings (I actually knew this one, but didn’t want you to miss it – they have tons for just $.99 which is a great way to save!)

 

What other items do you purchase at Aldi that help your family save? I would love to hear them ~ it’s been a few weeks since I’ve been to Aldi so I was thrilled to stock up on whole wheat flour and fresh produce easily this week. Love that store! ;)
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Five Ways To Feed Your Family For Less (Even Without Coupons)

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I made a quick run to Kroger yesterday to pick up our groceries for the week, and was again reminded of just how important it is to really shop strategically whether I have a bunch of coupons or not. I literally only used two coupons on this trip, but my family’s grocery bill for our entire week of meals and snacks was just $66 – here’s what I bought:

 

(note – this sale is no longer available but the principle behind shopping this way still works!) :)

Bought 2 Kroger Cereal Bars $1.67

Bought 1 Kroger Grahams $2

Bought 1 Kroger Whip Topping $2.19

Bought 4 Kroger Betty Crocker Cake Mixes $.94, used $1/4 Betty Crocker Cake Kroger ecoupon

Bought 2 Turkey Hill Ice Creams $2.50 (regularly over $5!), used $1/1 Turkey Hill Ice Cream (could also use $1/2 Turkey Hill Ice Cream)

Bought 1 Kroger Pudding Cups $.89

Bought 1 Kroger Fruit Bowl $1.99

Bought 1 Kroger Cheese $3.79

Bought 1 Kroger Private Selection Cheese $1.99 after Buy 4 Private Selections Save $1

Bought 7 Kroger Private Selection Yogurts $.39 after Buy 4 Private Selections Save $1

Bought 1 Kroger Hot Dog Buns $1

Bought 1 Kroger Softsoap $1, used $.35/1 coupon from the 9/14 Smart Source insert

Bought 1 Kroger Turkey Breast $3

Bought 4 loaves and buns Kroger Whole Wheat Private Selection Bread $.99 after after Buy 4 Private Selections Save $1

Bought White Rain Hair Spray $1.29

Bought 2 lbs Bananas $.55/lb $1.11

Bought Bag Potatoes $2

Bought 2 Kroger Tomatoes $1.09

Bought 2 Ball Park Franks $2.99

Bought Cannelini Beans $1

Bought Kroger Condensed Soup $1

Bought Kroger Sour Cream $1.69

Bought Kroger Beans $.69

Bought 3 gallons skim milk $2.77

Bought Carrots $1.49

Bought 2 pounds grapes $1.69/lb.

  • Paid $66.63 after coupons for 1 weeks worth of groceries

 

 

So, if you’re a big couponer you’re probably not all that impressed with my deals (although that Turkey Hill Ice Cream savings was pretty exciting!) But, if you’re a regular mom who just needs to learn more about how to easily save on your groceries each week, here are five ways to easily save.

 

(I’m all about easy – aren’t you?) ;)

 

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1. Watch the price per ounce.

I needed a few cans of tomatoes for this Pasta Fagioli recipe, but didn’t have any coupons with me. The “sale” price on the Del Monte were $1 per can, while the every day price of the Kroger brand was $.69! My family will never know that I dumped Kroger brand tomatoes instead of Del Monte into Mrs. Potts, but I saved 30% off the “sale price” on the National brand without clipping a coupon.

 

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2. Look for in-store sales.

Through tonight Kroger is having a huge Private Selection sale where you can try out their “fanc-i-fied” store brands for a sale price, AND $1 extra off when you purchase four participating items. I love a fancy roll when making hamburgers or grilled chicken sandwiches at home, and to get them for $.99 (the same as the inexpensive low-end store brand) was an incredible deal so I stocked up.

 

They also had their whole wheat loaves on sale for $.99 after special savings, so I’ve stocked my freezer. This was a huge savings, and didn’t require clipping a single coupon!

 

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3. Stock up on produce seasonally along with a sale.

My kids love fresh fruit, so I almost always purchase a bag of apples, some bananas, and at least one other fruit to last us through the week. This week grapes were on sale for $1.69/lb. which is a little more than I like to pay, but I know they’ll eat through them, and it’s a healthier alternative to other snack foods!

And, just by looking around I noticed that while the Granny Smith Apples were $3.99/3 lb bag, Paula Red Apples were on sale for just $2.49. My kids thankfully like them all, so I bought the Red Apples and saved $1.50, without a coupon in sight.

 

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4. Use a coupon when you can. ;)

If you have just five minutes before shopping, scroll through the deals for your favorite store here on PPP and see if there’s a deal or two worth grabbing. I literally spent 3 minutes looking through the Kroger updates, knew that I could get a good price on Turkey Hill Ice Cream and Soft Soap, and saved an extra $5 for about three minutes of effort. I’m thinking that’s almost $100 as an hourly rate, and is totally worth it for me!

5. Menu plan, menu plan, menu plan (and make a thorough list before you shop.)

Odds are every time you set foot in the grocery store for “just one item” you find an extra three (or four or five) items to purchase. By having a menu plan and grocery list in place and really considering what your family needs for the entire week, you’ll save a bundle on those little “extra” trips to the store.

 

Be sure to look over your family’s weekly schedule before you  head out.  If you have snack duty for your child’s school, a special get together or anything else that will require extra food, add those items to the list and limit your grocery stops as much as possible. AND, before you head out always shop your own kitchen first - I realized I already had all the meat, chicken, and pasta that I would need this week at home, so I saved by using what I’d stocked up on earlier, when those items were at stock up prices!

 

 

Your turn now! Do you have any tips on how to really reduce your out of pocket expenses even when you aren’t using a ton of coupons? Coupon savings are the most fun for sure, but I’ll take spending just $66 on a week’s worth of meals whenever I can.

 

 

New to budgeting and don’t know where to begin? Here are a few posts to you get started:

 

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These Coupons = Real Cash

Pretty regularly, a friend or acquaintance teases me for my penny pinching (I’m betting you’ve been there too.) And, more often than you’d imagine, I have someone ask if they can just pay me to “coupon” for them. (Kinda’ defeats the purpose, huh? And I’m thinkin’ they couldn’t afford me!) ;)  A few days ago after printing a slew of new coupons that had just came out (you can print them here too), I decided to count up just how much *money* I had.

 

Sure enough, it was over $100.

 

I think people tend to forget that in many ways, coupons really are cash. Yes, they’re just little slips of paper, but they’re an awesome way to “barter” with your grocery store to always get the lowest price available.  So, instead of thinking of those coupons as little annoyances that tend to overwhelm you (don’t worry, they overwhelm me too!), try to think of them as cold hard cash that your grocery store is sweet enough to let you use.

Got it?

No excuses.

Clip those coupons.

Pinch those pennies.

And determine to find financial freedom in your future.

 

I promise . . . you can do this!!!

 

$0.55 off off any One (1) Horizon™ Mac & Cheese $2.00 off (1) Armor All Trim & Plastic Restorer  
$2.00 off any Finish Power and Free™ Detergent $1.00 off Any Finish Quantum 20ct and larger
$0.50 off HERSHEY'S Spreads or Snacksters $2.00 off TWO Tide Detergents or Tide Boost
$2.00 off TWO Pantene Products $1.00 off TWO Gillette Satin Care Shave Preps
$0.75 off ONE Herbal Essences product $2.00 off TWO Herbal Essences products

 

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Grocery Budget Check Up Week 8

 

How are you doing on your grocery budget this week? Our pantry was pretty full after last week’s shopping trips, so I made a quick run to Publix yesterday and that was it for the week. We’re eating a lot from what we already have on hand, and I’m working really hard to be resourceful with what’s in the kitchen rather than making an extra trip to the store.

 

Guess what? It works!

 

We spent just $23.42 this week at Publix (while saving $27 – not all that exciting but I’m still keeping life simple around here), and I may use some of our extra cash this week to pick up fresh fruit at Sam’s Club or Aldi.  So, nothing too exciting to report, but I’m thrilled to be way under our grocery budget for the week, leaving me extra moo-lah to spend on the things I really love to buy. ;)

 

 

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I’m still keeping tabs on my grocery expenses with just an envelope each week ~ you might want to do the same thing to hold yourself accountable too!   I’m amazed at how much that’s helped me stay on track this year – just knowing that I’ll have to account for whatever I purchase in that envelope really makes a difference.

Have you stock to your grocery budget this week? Remember that couponing is not a competition, but I do encourage you to do the very best you can do with what you have right now ~ you have the power to save so much on your grocery budget in 2014 if you really determine to do it! Feel free to also share how you’ve been doing in the comments section, and we’ll work on it together. ;)

 

Share how you’ve done this week by clicking HERE ~ I love hearing from you!

(You can also download this free printable monthly budget spreadsheet if you’re new to budgeting ~ go HERE to get yours.)

 

New to budgeting and don’t know where to begin? Here are a few posts to you get started:

 

 

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Easy Ways To Save $10 Each Week

(See how we enjoyed this frugal feast last summer for just $1.49)

 

Over the last few months while I’ve had some anxiety about our upcoming move, I’ve really buckled down on how I spend every penny each week. As I’ve shared before, we take out a certain amount of  money every two weeks for groceries, miscellaneous expenses and eating out, and for the fourth time in a row, I think I’ll come out this week ahead of the game. Success! 

(Here’s when we spent $3.49 on dinner – love that!)

Here are a few things have worked for our family and might work for you too:

 

Eat at home. I can’t tell you how many nights in the past few weeks I’ve wanted to skip cooking and pick up dinner on the run, but determining to use what I already have on hand has saved us anywhere from $25-$50. Last night when we had a last minute showing of our house I really (really!) wanted to skip cooking (my menu plan flew right on out the window), but instead glanced in the freezer and found salad, ravioli, and garlic bread. My kids were thrilled (they love ravioli night), it took me less time to prepare than a trip through the drive thru would, and easily saved us $20.

 

Take advantage of the leftovers. So often I pop our leftovers in the fridge, and then let them hang out there until they turn green enough for me to throw them out. ;)  I’ve really been trying to make myself eat the leftovers while I’m at home for lunch (you would think I’d be doing that already, right?), so that we’re not wasting any of the food that’s been cooked at home. This has easily saved me $10 each week , and I’ve felt so much better not letting all that food go to waste!

 

Use what you already have. Last week after making breakfast for dinner our home reeked of bacon. I wanted to bake a batch of brownies so our home would smell a little sweeter when people came to look at the house (I’ve  heard brownies work wonders for home sales), but when I got to the pantry we were all out of brownie mixes (eek!) Instead of heading to the store and paying full price for a box mix, I remembered the fourteen bags of chocolate chips I stocked up on at Dollar General a few weeks ago. Then I found this recipe on All Recipes, and just used what we already had on hand. Do that a few times a week, and you could easily save $10 if not more!

 

Plan ahead. My kids seem to always have some kind of school project lurking around the corner, so the last time I was at the Dollar Tree and found their project boards for $1 (and poster boards for even less), I stocked up and bought 6 sheets of poster board and 4 project display boards. (I typically only buy what they need, but it drives me nuts to have to pay full price!) Since those boards can cost up to $8 a pop at the local office supply store, this was such an easy way to save $10 simply by purchasing the things I knew they would use at the very best price I could find them.

 

Now, I know none of these ideas are earth-shattering, but they WORK, and really can help you reach your financial goals. If you’re in a place where you need to scale things back financially, consider coming up with ways to use what you already have, and really trim out excess things you can live without each week. Ultimately, we’re in charge of every dollar we spend, so let’s choose wisely where it goes!

 

Have you come up with any easy ways to eek out an extra few dollars each week? While $10 doesn’t sound like much, it adds up to a whopping $520 a year, and there are plenty of things I could find to purchase with an extra $500 bucks.  Also see how our family saved $320 in less than five minutes, and share your ideas for pinching an extra few pennies each week too!

 

  Are you working on your 2013 taxes? Be sure to read this post on How To Save On Your Taxes Today ~ it will save you money and time (promise!) Also easily save hundreds each year just by making sure you’re getting the best price on Homeowner’s Insurance ~ it worked for us, and can definitely work for you too.

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Grocery Budget Checkup Week 7: Lots of Shopping!

 

I completely skipped last week’s Grocery Budget Checkup while we were in Disney (and didn’t do any grocery shopping), but this week it was time to stock up! I hauled my two older kiddos to Kroger early in the week to stock up on produce with the $25/$50 coupon that was available a few weeks ago (it did work for me) as well as some Angel Soft toilet paper, and goodness, those kids can stock up on some fruit.

 

 

We easily hit the $50 mark and even went a little over, but our fridge is now stocked with apples, strawberries, cantaloupe, grapes, carrots and salad. My kids love fresh produce, so I’m happy to be stocked up even if we spent more than I’d planned!  Here’s where our money has gone this week . . .

  • Target: Spent $4.31 (I used a $5 Target gift card I had from a recent purchase)
  • Walgreens: Spent $3.27
  • Kroger: Spent $45.05, Saved $40.98
  • Publix: Spent $23.15, Saved $23.07
  • Total = $75.58

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I’m still keeping tabs on my grocery expenses with just an envelope each week ~ you might want to do the same thing to hold yourself accountable too!   I’m amazed at how much that’s helped me stay on track this year – just knowing that I’ll have to account for whatever I purchase in that envelope really makes a difference.

 

I just added up my totals (beginning January 16), and we’re at $303 which comes out to a little over $50 per week. I’m pretty content with that! Especially since I’m using almost only printable coupons right now (I just can’t find the time to keep up with all the inserts), shopping strategically and using the discounts I can easily find is definitely working for our family.

 

Have you stock to your grocery budget this week? Remember that couponing is not a competition, but I do encourage you to do the very best you can do with what you have right now ~ you have the power to save so much on your grocery budget in 2014 if you really determine to do it! Feel free to also share how you’ve been doing in the comments section, and we’ll work on it together. ;)

 

Share how you’ve done this week by clicking HERE ~ I love hearing from you!

(You can also download this free printable monthly budget spreadsheet if you’re new to budgeting ~ go HERE to get yours.)

 

New to budgeting and don’t know where to begin? Here are a few posts to you get started:

 

 

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