A Bajillion Reasons I Love Your Mean Comments On Facebook


Let me say first that almost all of the comments you all share are so incredibly kind and generous, and I’m SO THANKFUL for that. But, occasionally I do get a mean comment (or two, or eight . . . ), so here are a few thoughts on those I’ve decided to share. Bear with me . . . .  

Y’all . . . I love your mean comments on Facebook.


Um . . . mostly? :) 


For real.


Don’t believe me?

Well, believe it or not there are some fantastic things you’re doing every time you choose to leave a mean comment over there, so I thought I’d share my absolute favorite (of the bajillion . . . ) reasons I love here.


Here we go. ūüėČ


1. You’re making my posts more visible.

The truth is, Facebook doesn’t let you see most of the things I post there on PPP most days. In fact, of the 419,000 + Facebook fans that I have, most of my posts (especially deal posts) are seen by less than 10,000 people.

However, when you comment anything (even not-so-nice things), Facebook sees my posts as a little more valuable. Not the most fun way to get attention, but in a very noisy online world I guess I’ll have to take it.



2. You open the door for a few nicer readers to stick up for me.

I love that. 


If you’re one of the nice readers who comments, I really (really!) appreciate you. :)


3. I’m so glad to give you a place to vent.

Everyone has a bad day occasionally and just feels the need to holler sometimes.


I get that.


If being rude or snarky on Facebook gives you a safe place to vent, while I may not always enjoy it, I’d rather you be mean on one of my Facebook posts than to a real human being in real life.


I just hope you’re not mean to real life human beings in real life too?


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4. You’re helping me develop some seriously thick skin. :)

Good. gravy. 


When I started PPP I was about as thin-skinned as they came, but now (most?) of those not-so-sweet comments just roll right on by. Every once in awhile I feel the need to defend myself and may share a word or two, but I try to remember that for the one or two mean comments I do get, there are so many more folks reading who are just plain old nice.


5. At least you’re seeing my posts.

Honestly, so few folks see my posts on Facebook that at least your mean comments lets me know a few people really do see the stuff I spend hours typing away at each day. If you really want to keep up with all the deals here on PPP I highly encourage you to sign up for my free daily emails. 
Although, the more you like or comment on Facebook the more often you’ll see what I post – so like, comment and share away too!


6. We live in a free country.

love that we live in a place where you’re allowed to comment on things (within reason?) and we can all voice our own opinions. 


I love that you can tell me how atrocious my recipe looks, how terrible it is that I bought Frosted Flakes last week, and how much you don’t like Chick-Fil-A.




I love that we’re so fortunate to be in a place where we have access to computers and smartphones and laptops and ipads . . . especially when so many people in the world don’t even have clean water.


So the fact that we can all share what we think with others who have different opinions all over the world is downright amazing to me. 


7. And now, one last thing.


Do remember that just about everything you see online was written at some point by a real, living breathing person.


And, that person (quite possibly), really does have feelings.


I’ll take your mean comments and sift through them as I can, but there are a few times they’ve been hurtful because I really am just a mom who loves to share a deal.


Our family doesn’t eat perfectly, my recipes haven’t been plated by Martha Stewart, and I’ve been known to have cleaning products near food in my pantry.




But go ahead and say what you need to say, get that heavy weight off your chest, and PLEASE BE NICE to the real folks who actually see you in real life each day, okay? 




Thanks for listening to me ramble today. I sure am thankful for you (mean comments and all), because you give me a place to rant sometimes too. :)


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Penny Pinched Way To Fill A Large Jar


While I was at the Dollar Tree today I picked up some Valentine hearts to change our foyer lamp from winter to Valentine’s Day. :)


(I found this lamp and thought it was kind of fun – I love displaying¬†seasonal stuff a little more subtly, and my kids love¬†seeing what’s in there too!)


But it’s a¬†big¬†jar at the bottom of that lamp. So I popped¬†in some canned veggies. . .


And filled all the way around it.


No one will ever know! :)


(And I know those poor¬†Aldi roses have seen better days, but I’m not quite ready to let them go.) :)


Watch for updates on our foyer coming soon! 


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Dollar Tree: Valentine Scarves, Decor & More All Just $1

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I made a super quick run to the Dollar Tree this morning, and goodness, if you need¬†anything for Valentine’s Day you need to head there before paying more anywhere else.¬†Screen Shot 2016-01-22 at 11.37.53 AM
They had tons¬†(tons) of decor, craft projects, mugs, candy and more, so a simple way to save if you’re planning a class party or even a treat for your sweetheart! ¬†They even had valentine scarves for just $1 (look in top picture on the left) – so fun. :)¬†

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While you’re there, watch for some Easter savings too . . .

. . .. and don’t miss the organization aisle. I love that store!


Have you found anything fun at the Dollar Tree lately?¬†I’d love to hear!


Looking for more Dollar Tree fun? Here you go: 


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87 Restaurants Where Kids Eat Free


I’m so excited about this list!¬†My friend Cheryl put together this¬†amazing¬†list of tons of restaurants where your kids can eat free (or for so little we couldn’t have you miss them.)

Go HERE to see the full (HUGE!!!) list of where your kids can eat free every day of the week.¬†As always, you’ll want to verify that your local store is participating prior to heading out, but this is a fantastic way to whittle down your grocery budget.

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The Ultimate Guide To A Better Grocery Budget Part 3: Don’t Turn a Mega Sale Into A Mega Mess.


New to this series? See Part 1 & Part 2. 

It’s week three of our four weeks to a better grocery budget series, and¬†we’re focusing this week on how to not allow a “Mega Sale” to¬†turn into¬†a “Mega Mess”.


What on earth? A Mega Sale can turn into a Mega Mess?


Oh yes, my friends. Indeed it can.


Kroger started their Mega Sale yesterday and it was my only option to shop this week due to the weather (watch the video to hear more.) 


My normal temptation is to get it all. 


To grab all the deals.


To not pass by a single thing that has the lovely blue tag screaming “I’m-a-mega-sale-price-so-you-really-need-me.”¬†


Because if the store tells me it’s a deal, it’s deal, right?¬†


However, while I still went over budget (a tiny bit), I did much better than I normally do because I was determined to stick at least a little closer to my budget. 


So what do you do when you’ve spent too much?

1. Give yourself grace.

If you’ve overspent already, there’s nothing you can do to change it. Give yourself grace, determine to focus more on your total budget the next time you shop, and be thankful you have a nicely stocked pantry.

2. Determine to use what you’ve bought.

Once you’ve overspent, there’s no going back, but you can¬†make a plan to use what you’ve bought (saving money in the long run!)


Come up with a menu plan based on what’s in your fridge and freezer, skip eating out because you probably have plenty already at home, and determine to strategically shop the next time you head into a Mega Sale.

3. The next time you shop, be mindful of what the “deals” really are.

An easy example of this was on the Quaker Oatmeal. The Quaker was priced at $1.89 after the Mega Sale. However the store brand was $1.50,¬†and there was a $1/2 Kroger ecoupon on Kroger Oatmeal. Definitely the best price! Next time you shop, be really cautious of the “Mega Sale” deals to make sure they really¬†are your best prices. If they’re not, pass those by (and remember stores like Aldi may offer a better deal every day!)


Guys, I’ve said it a jillion times here, but there is¬†no other area in your family’s finances¬†that you have complete control over.¬†You can’t lower your car payment or mortgage or¬†electricity¬†bill today, but you can choose how much you want to spend at the grocery store.¬†


Determine to make 2016 the year that you transform your family’s grocery budget ~ you can do this!¬†


Whew. Hopping off my soap box now. :) 


Okay, ready to see what I bought? (It took two pictures!) Here we go . . .




2 Honey Nut Cheerios Mega Sale $1.49, used $1/2 Kroger ecoupon

2 Kroger Oatmeals 2/$3, used $1/2 Kroger ecoupon

3 gallons milk $2.19

2 bags Chex Mix Mega Sale $.99

5 cans Pringles Mega Sale $.99

Turkey Hill Ice Cream $2.50

Ghirardelli Brownie Mega Sale $2

2 3 pound bags Kroger Chicken Tenders $13.29, on sale Buy One Get One Free

2 Pepperidge Farm Goldfish Mega Sale $.99

1 box Lucky Charms Mega Sale $1.49, used $.50/1 Kroger ecoupon

Kroger Marshmallows $.99

Krusteaz Pancake Mix Mega Sale $1.99

Tostito Scoops Mega Sale $2.49

Krusteax Muffin Mix Mega Sale $1.69

Digiorno Pizza Mega Sale $4.49

4 Kroger Peanut Butters $1.50

2 Yoplait Gogurts $1.99, used $.75/2 Kroger ecoupon

Kroger Bread $.88

Kellogg’s Rice Krispy Treats Mega Sale $2

Sunny D Mega Sale $.99

1 1/2 dozen eggs $3.49

2 cans Kroger Green Beans $.69

Bananas $2.60

Kroger Dinner Rolls clearanced $.99

Kraft Dressing Mega Sale $1.49

Steak $5.99

Land O Lake Margarine $1.99

Kroger Shredded Cheese $1.77

Kroger Diced Tomatoes $.73

3 Velveeta Shells & Cheese Cups Mega Sale $.49

Broccoli Slaw $2.99

Organic Salad Blend $4.99

Degree Deodorant Mega Sale price $1.99, use $1.50/1 Kroger ecoupon

Axe Deodorant Mega Sale price $2.99, use $2/1 Kroger ecoupon

Dove Deodorant Mega Sale price $2.49, use $1.50/1 Kroger ecoupon

Sunny D $.99 Mega Sale price, can use $1/1 Sunny D coupon, use $1/1 Sunny D coupon (try zip 03102, if still available)

Buy 1 Colgate Sparkling White $1.89

Buy 1 Colgate Optic White $3.89, use $2/1 Kroger ecoupon




TOTAL GROCERY SPENDING IN JANUARY, INCLUDING WEEK 1  & WEEK 2 = $285.56 (and our cupboards are full.)




Are you joining me in trimming your grocery budget this month?¬†I’d love to hear how you’re doing¬†~¬†it’s not too late to start! Leave a comment to share any tips or suggestions.





Before you shop, be sure to see how to get 20 items for 22¬Ę each this week ~ it really is a great week to save as long as you stick to your budget this week!¬†


Looking for more ways to save on your grocery budget in 2016? Here you go:

Would you like FREE daily email updates of saving and an email sent out to you with more tips each week during this series? Go HERE to subscribe, and I’d love for you to leave a comment to share your thoughts on grocery shopping on a budget¬†– I love hearing from you!¬†



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Goodwill Trip: 1/18/16


I think I have a Goodwill addiction. 

Yesterday my kids had the day off of school, and as we’re starting to dream up room updates for my 15 year old Jackson,¬†clearly Goodwill was the place to start.


You know I always start there, right? :) 


Thankfully he was totally on board, and y’all would never believe what we lucked into.


As we’ve been dreaming up his room we found this cool end table over on Pinterest.¬†Determined to replicated it, I told Jackson we’d¬†see what we could find. (You can see other ideas I’m looking at for his room over HERE.)


Never, ever in a million years would I have guessed what we’d find at our very first¬†trip.

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Of course we snatched them up ($14 for the set), and headed to the next Goodwill in town.

While there we noticed a few things you should always look for at Goodwill before looking for elsewhere  . . . 

Board games

Fun chairs (y’all, how cute would this one be painted like this?)

And several cute end tables just begging to be taken home for a little TLC, all priced under $10 (the one above was $7.)


We ended up with one other chair (and¬†placed a really neat chest on hold¬†if no one else comes to pick it up.) If you haven’t been to Goodwill or your local thrift store in awhile, it might be worth a trip to see what they have ~ goodness I love that store!


Here are a few other fun finds I’ve scored in the past . . .¬†


This chair Рjust $2.50 who desperately needed a makeover 


Goodwill $4.99

Formal Dresses just $4.99 compared to $185


Tin Buckets made over with a little spray paint

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This ladderback chair for just $2.50 


Looking for more Goodwill fun? Here you go . . .




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25 Days of Dieting Motivation Day 11: 100 Pound Weight Loss Starting at Age 41


As I’ve shared before, I’ve struggled for(ever?) with my weight, and while I’ve maintained a¬†healthy weight for 20 years (after a 70 pound weight loss in college), I still always have to reign things in after the Holidays.¬†And as I’ve shared before, I’m not at all a skinny girl, but pretty content to be a skinnier girl than I was back then.


Since before and after stories always motivate me, I thought it would be fun to do a series this month showing folks who’ve lost weight using different methods, and hopefully motivate all of us to stick to healthy living¬†in 2016. I’m personally starting up the 21 Day Fix this month¬†(I did it in the fall and believe it’s a great program, but am excited to start this year fully in!), and will share more on how it works in February, assuming it goes well. :)



Check out how Cheryl lost 100 pounds starting at age 41! Head over HERE to see how she got started.


Note: As always, consult with a doctor before beginning any weight loss program. 

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22 Secrets You Need To Know Before Shopping Aldi


Y’all know I talk alot¬†about shopping Aldi to easily save big for your family, and just last week a reader emailed to thank me because she was saving so much more each week just by shopping there.¬†


But, if you’ve never shopped Aldi before there are a few things to know before you shop, and if you’re a seasoned Aldi shopper I hunted down a few hints that may surprise you. I’m going to pretend you’ve never ever set foot in Aldi before, and give you the nitty gritty on saving big while you’re there!


Honestly, what makes me happiest about shopping Aldi is watching a super-cute-pulled-together older couple pull up in their BMW to shop. I manage to see one every. single. time.


If you don’t¬†have to pay for more, why on earth would you?


Aldi shopping is for all the smart folks out there. ūüėȬ†


Here are a few secrets you need to know so you can join in too. 


1. Aldi only accepts cash, debit cards, and EBT cards.
2. Aldi’s requires you to bring your own bags (or you can purchase them for $.06 per bag at the store.)


3. You’ll need to pay a quarter to use a cart at Aldi’s.

When you return the cart, you’ll get your quarter back.

4. Aldi’s does not accept manufacturer coupons.

However, very¬†occasionally you’ll find an Aldi store coupon in your local paper, especially when a new store opens in your area.


5. Aldi’s sale ad varies some by location.

To view your local store’s ad, go HERE.

6. Aldi almost always has the best price on milk and eggs you’ll find in your area.

Sometimes milk and eggs at Sam’s or Costco are¬†a few cents less, but if you don’t have a Sam’s or Costco membership, shopping Aldi can save a bundle without paying membership fees at those stores.


7. Aldi carries a ton of gluten free foods.
8. Shopping at Aldi is EASY.

Especially if you have small children, Aldi shopping is just a wee bit easier than shopping other stores. I love that I can get in and out in less than 20 minutes (even for a big grocery trip), because Aldi doesn’t carry¬†all the clutter that other stores tend to keep.


9. Use cashback apps at Aldi to save even more.

Mobisave and Checkout 51 both allow you to get cash back when you purchase items at Aldi, which is such an easy way to save! Yesterday when shopping I was able to get $.50 back on bread, $.50 back on milk and $.30 back on milk just by scanning my receipt on my Mobisave app. Love it!

10. Watch for store coupons inside Aldi.

Every once in awhile you’ll luck upon a store coupon at Aldi,¬†usually on items that are reduced in the meat department.


11. Watch for Aldi Holiday clearance.

After any major holiday (Valentine’s, Christmas, Easter, etc.) your store should have a few items reduced pretty significantly. My store still had Christmas clearance on sale when I shopped yesterday!


12. Aldi and Trader Joe’s are the same brand.

If you love Trader Joe’s, you might as well shop Aldi. Your shopping experience will be a little more bare bones, but you won’t pay inflated prices for a fancier store.

13. Aldi only hires people aged 18 and up (and pay very well.)

My 15-year-old has been looking for a job, so yesterday while shopping I asked for more information (they had a sign up looking for help.) The cashier said she loved working there, and that “full time” at Aldi is considered 30 hours per week, which means she gets a generous health benefits package.

At our store starting pay is $12/hour, and our cashier really was pleased with her job there (I loved hearing that!)


14. If you don’t like an item at Aldi, return it.

If you purchase an item at Aldi and aren’t pleased with it, return it for a double back guarantee. Go HERE to learn more.

15. Aldi keeps their prices low by keeping things bare bones.

Nothing’s fancy at Aldi.


Like, nothing. 


When you check out, no one’s going to bag your groceries for you, you’ll return your own cart to keep their prices lower, and the entire store is geared toward cost efficiency.
The plus side to that is that you save money because of a no-frills experience ~ which is worth it for me.

16. Watch for price reductions.

Aldi regularly has certain “price reductions” available throughout the store. Watch for those savings to save even more!


17. Buy meat on Wednesdays (and produce too.)

Watch for special meat specials available on Wednesdays only as well ~ these quickly sell out so if you shop too late you may miss this one.

18. Meat isn’t always a great price at Aldi.

I honestly haven’t found meat to be a great price at Aldi, so usually stock up at Kroger or Fresh Thyme Market (Sprouts.) Be sure to know your stock up price on meat before shopping so you never pay too much at Aldi (or anywhere.)


19. Name brands are typically priced too high at Aldi.

Aldi carries very few name brands, and what they do carry is usually priced to high. If you absolutely love name brands Aldi probably isn’t the best place to shop ~ instead wait for¬†your favorite brands to go on sale at your local grocery.¬†


20. Find out when your sale ad starts to get the best price on produce.

By shopping the day ¬†your sale ad starts you’ll get the pick of the best produce at Aldi. If you have to shop later in the week, ask your cashier when that day additional produce trucks normally come and shop soon after the truck delivers.

21. Most Walmart stores will price match Aldi as a competitor.

Learn more HERE. 

22. Bonus tip ~ Aldi originated in Europe, and has great chocolate. :)

Check out more Aldi history over HERE.

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And, if you love shopping Aldi, you can¬†learn to make 12 freezer friendly meals at Aldi for just $70 with this handy dandy list.¬†I love that you can so easily walk into the store and stock up on everything you need for a few week’s worth of meals. Head on over HERE to check it out ~ just $2.49 for the menu plan package right now!


Here are a few more Aldi menu plans as well . . . 




Do you love shopping Aldi?¬†I’d love to hear any other tips you have when you shop! It’s definitely a favorite place for me to quickly get in and out of, and for the most part I’ve been incredibly pleased with everything I’ve bought there. Leave a comment to share your thoughts!



Looking for more info on Aldi? Here you go . . . 

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The Ultimate Guide To A Better Grocery Budget: 7 (MORE!) Strategies to Save (4 Week Series – Week 2)


Update Рsee our menu plan this week using the groceries below over HERE. 

It’s week two of our 4 weeks to a better grocery budget series, and I’m so excited to share how we’ve saved this week!¬†


Since starting the 21 Day Fix on Monday (so far it’s been pretty manageable and it feels so good to be eating more fresh foods ~ yay!), I realized we were going to need to stock up on more fruits and veggies each week. So I headed out to Aldi & Fresh Thyme yesterday (I had an appointment and both stores were on my way home), and stocked up.


This week I’ll be sharing 7¬†more¬†strategies to save when you shop, and¬†promise you can do this if work at it this month!¬†Here are the 7 things I want you to work on this week.

1.¬†Don’t buy what you don’t need.

Okay, this isn’t always true, but if it’s not on sale and you don’t¬†need it, wait for a better deal.¬†I was hoping to score a little more chicken breast this week, but it was $2.49 at Fresh Thyme (remember I paid just $1.49 last week), so I decided to wait and hope for a better price.

2. Skip the pre-packaged stuff.

I absolutely love pre-packaged salad and do usually splurge on it if I can find a decent deal at all. (I know that’s terribly lazy, but it’s one of my few guilty pleasures in life – ahem!) :) However¬†when the cost was $3.99 this week at Fresh Thyme (and Aldi didn’t carry a similar brand), I chose to purchase¬†basic leaf lettuce and spinach that I can cut up myself.

The same is true with pre-packed chips, snack packs, and cereal (although this single serving cereal deal is pretty tempting!) But for the most part, skip the pre-packed stuff when you can.

3. Sometimes it’s worth paying for convenience. (I know, I totally just flipped my position on that one, huh?)

There are a few things I do buy simply out of convenience. If buying a $4.99 Aldi pizza means we won’t eat out on Friday night (and they’re¬†huge), I just saved myself $20 in pizza delivery. And buying minced garlic pre-minced for me is one of those things that’s just worth my time to make life a wee bit simpler¬†at our house.

3. Shop Aldi.

I cannot say this enough, but shopping Aldi alone can save you a bundle. If you’re willing to make a quick trip there to stock up on basic pantry staples, you’ll slash your budget by quite a bit, every single week!

4. Shop no more than once a week.

Y’all, this is¬†so important.¬†Before you shop, make a very clear list of¬†everything¬†you’re going to need for the following week, so you aren’t tempted to buy extra stuff on a second trip. Before shopping I used my Eat At ¬†Home Whole Foods shopping list, and I love knowing that I’ve got everything I need in my kitchen to make an entire week’s worth of meals!

5. Know your prices.

Go HERE for more info on how to find your stock up price.

6. Shop loss leaders.

Really stock up on those items that are there to get in the door. At Fresh Thyme that was the pineapples, strawberries, pork chops, and carrots, so I stuck to fresh items and skipped the rest of the store.


At Aldi the price on bananas this week was fantastic, so a great time to stock up on those as well!

7. Sometimes it’s worth paying more if it helps you not to make an extra trip.

I’m betting I could get a better deal on dish soap and even pasta at Kroger or another grocer if I had a few coupons, but to save myself an extra trip to the store I grabbed everything I needed at Aldi and Fresh Thyme. To make an extra trip to a store to literally just save pennies isn’t worth it each week!



Ready to see what we bought? Here we go . . .


Fresh Thyme (have I mentioned lately I love that store? If you have a Sprouts in your area it’s very similar.)

  • 3.56 lbs Boneless Pork Chops $2.99lb. = $10.86
  • 4 packages strawberries $6
  • 4 lb. navel apples $1.99
  • 5 lbs potatoes $1.50
  • 1.49 lb tomatoes $1.03
  • bundle green leaf lettuce $.88
  • green onions $.49
  • 4 1 lb bags organic baby carrots $.99 each = $3.96
  • 3 pineapples $.99 each = $2.97
  • spinach¬†$.1.49
  • Total = $30.97, saved $28.65



  • 4 4 packs Fruit Bowls $1.69 each
  • 3 dozen eggs $1.39 each (that is a¬†great price – I haven’t seen them that low in ages at Kroger!)
  • 2¬†carton reduced sodium broth $1.39
  • 1 package Mac & Cheese $.39 (for my 15 year old as a quick dinner when heading out the door)
  • 3 gallons skim milk $1.89
  • White bread $.85, submitted for $.50 Mobisave rebate
  • mini marshmallows $.79
  • 2 bags powdered sugar $1.29 each
  • 2.45 pounds bananas $.29/lb = $.71 (GREAT price – I haven’t seen that in ages!)
  • Instant brown rice $1.49
  • Aldi take & bake pizza $4.99
  • 2 applesauce cups $1.49
  • 2 flour tortillas $1.19
  • big bag lemons $.99 (I didn’t really need these but couldn’t pass them up – I love having them on hand to freshen my sink disposal!)
  • 2 cans black beans $.59
  • Canola cooking spray $1.49
  • Penne Pasta $.99
  • Minced garlic $1.99
  • Fit & Active Light Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing $1.29
  • Dish Soap $189
  • Honey mustard $.99
  • Cheese ravioli $3.99
  • Cinnamon $.99
  • Total = $54.69








Are you joining me in trimming your grocery budget this month?¬†I’d love to hear how you’re doing¬†~¬†it’s not too late to start! Leave a comment to share any tips or suggestions.


Looking for more ways to save on your grocery budget in 2016? Here you go:

Would you like FREE daily email updates of saving and an email sent out to you with more tips each week during this series? Go HERE to subscribe, and I’d love for you to leave a comment to share your thoughts on grocery shopping on a budget¬†– I love hearing from you!¬†


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