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When you are just trying to feed your family, that is a pretty scary prospect. That said, as more and more people are beginning to realize, coupons can be a great way to save money on food.
Quite frankly, who has time for that? They tagged along as I prepared for one of my own shopping trips, and then as I shopped with Kristen, a single mom of 4 who had never used coupons before and was looking for some practical ways to cut her food budget in half. For Kristen and probably every other average mom or dad who is just trying to save some money on groceries, the idea of all that time and energy on a single shopping trip was not only overwhelming, it was unrealistic.
However, as I explained to Kristen, it IS possible to cut your grocery bill in half without spending all your time clipping coupons.
In fact, even if you never clip a single coupon, you can still save significant money on your grocery bill just by changing the way that you shop.
Like anything in life, you have to find the right balance. Extreme grocery savings do NOT, for the most part, come from the coupons.
The bulk of your savings will come from the store sales. Always, always, always buy food when it is on sale or at its rock bottom price. Compare the store sale ads in your area to find out which stores have the best sale prices, and keep an ongoing price list so that you KNOW when something is a good price.
This does NOT mean that you should buy food just because it is on sale, but instead be on the lookout for sale prices on the food your family normally buys, whether it be all whole foods, organic, or gluten free.
Almost everything goes on sale eventually. Because in the end, it is all about the price you pay.
Thus, your goal from now on is to only EVER buy an item when it is at its lowest price. Stockpile, stockpile, stockpile In order to only ever buy an item at its lowest price, you must buy enough of it while it is on sale to last until it goes on sale again.
Most items go on sale every weeks, which means you need to buy enough to last your family that long. Let me make it more clear with an example. Say your family eats 2 boxes of Honey Nut Cheerios every week.
Instead of buying only 2 boxes like you normally would for your weekly shopping trip, you buy 12 boxes—enough to last your family for the next 6 weeks at less than half the price you would normally pay.
At first it may seem counterintuitive to be buying more than you normally would instead of less. However, because you are shopping the sales each week, you will be buying a larger quantity of a smaller variety of items, which means your overall grocery bill will still go down.
Sale cycles generally run about weeks, which means your stockpile should contain about weeks worth of a nice variety of food.
Furthermore, stockpiling does not mean your family has to only eat a diet of processed food. I have personally been a vegetarian for almost twenty years, which makes it a little easier for me to come up with creative meat-free meals.Laboratorios L.O.
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