With the current economic atmosphere, it’s no surprise to hear people saying that their New Year’s Resolution this year is to save money on groceries. Unfortunately, so often we come up with great ideas in late December and early January, but by February they’re still unfulfilled. But never fear! I’m here to help this year!
How to Save Money on Groceries
I have heard so many people say that they would love to save more money on groceries, but they just don’t know how. Another worry is the food quality that you find when you are using a rock bottom budget. Processed food is often cheaper, but it usually doesn’t mesh with our other New Year’s Resolution of losing weight and getting (back) in shape.
How I Learned to Save Money on Groceries
I first learned about being frugal from my mom. I loved watching her clip coupons and she’d even give me the expired coupons so I could use them in my pretend grocery store with my stuffed animals. I’ve pored over blogs and forums trying to find the answers, but the one resource that helped me the most is Grocery University.
Why Grocery University Works
I love the Grocery University course because:
- It’s an audio course – way easier for me to listen than to read
- Even experienced couponers can get valuable info from it
- I am in love with their Rock Bottom Price List
- It’s not just about coupons
- I can use what I learned at my local grocery store
I have worked hard to stay at home with my kids instead of working outside the home, and part of that work includes saving money. I do whatever I can to lower our bills so that we need less money, and this course was instrumental in that change. Even if you don’t have kids, when you save money on groceries it can help ease your budget and make more room for travel, toys and other luxuries!