Giveaway: Your Grocery Budget Toolbox by Anne Simpson

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It’s finally giveaway time!!

 

For all of our married lives, we’ve lived on two part-time salaries. We have learned to live wisely, making the most of our income and learning to live without certain things.

 

I have had a passion for learning to make things from scratch and eating healthier. This has also helped save money on groceries. I have enjoyed reading others blogs and soaking up as much about my newest passions that I can. That’s why I was so excited to hear that Anne from Quick and Easy, Cheap and Healthy was going to be writing an ebook on a grocery budget. She has a wealth of knowledge on this subject and has gathered great resources for this ebook.  Anne teaches you what to prioritize and gives a lot of information on finding affordable healthy food!!

 

She gave me a copy her book

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Knowing Sale Prices

In my first post on Cutting Your Grocery Bill 101 I mentioned that it is important to check your local store sales each week.

Earlier this year, I spent 12+ weeks evaluating the sales in my area in order to compile this buy-price list. This will help to keep me aware of actual sales and more accountable to spend my money wisely. I used my compiled data, with lists from Money Saving MomThe Frugal FindMadame Deals, and Southern Savers.

The prices listed below are the prices that I have decided I will pay and will try not to pay more.  Continue reading Knowing Sale Prices