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TIPS | 13 Ways To Save Money on Groceries

**TIPS | 13 Ways To Save Money on Groceries**



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In this video are my favorite tips and tricks to save money at the grocery store! Save money and still eat healthy.
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hey guys today I'm going to share with you some tricks to save money at the grocery store I know all of you love my budget haul videos so I thought that you would appreciate knowing my secrets to saving money at the grocery store let's start with number one eat in season right now it's summertime and berries nectarines grape tomatoes yummy vegetables and fruits are in season right now and for that reason they are cheaper at the grocery store I also find that they taste better when you're actually eating them when their season appropriate number two coupons I'm not really into clipping out my own coupons but you do have the option to go onto coupons calm red plum calm there's a few other websites where you can actually go on and print out coupons for foods that you are already buying at the grocery store you can also go on to your favorite brands Facebook pages and sometimes they have coupons for you to print out there too 3 make a list duh but don't just make a list meal prep and create a menu if you do this you're going to know how much you need of each item so that when you go to the store you can get enough so that you don't have to do midweek trips that often include impulse buys so create a list create a meal plan and get after it number 4 don't shop hungry if you're like me and you shop hunger you buy everything the store everything looks good so before you go to the store eat a meal have a nice lunch have a nice breakfast and then go shopping before dinner there's always a million people there especially on Monday and Tuesday's and you end up buying way more than you need so eat a meal before you go don't shop hungry number five go generic some of my favorite foods to buy like Oh cereals frozen vegetables by buying the generic version you're really not sacrificing any taste or quality you're just going to save money so don't be afraid to buy generic number six is something I do I shop around I know what stores have the best prices so when I need to do some staple shopping I'll go to Aldi because I know that they are the cheapest there four other things I like to go to Trader Joe's for some of my sauces in different condiments and frozen vegetables and then there's hopefully taupe it's actually has some great deals on things but also same with Target Sean's stop and shop we all have different grocery stores and I liked shop around to get the best deals possible which brings me to number seven use your iPhone when you go shopping I love this new app called grocery pal you enter in your zip code and then it lets you know what the sales are at the stores near you so if you know you love to eat Greek yogurt you can go and see what store has Greek yogurt on sale that week it also will let you know if there are $1 great tomatoes when Aldi has this week near me $1 for grape tomatoes I wouldn't have known that if I hadn't downloaded the grocery pal app but you guys can download it it's free and you guys can save some money by checking in to see where some of your favorite products are being sold at a discount number eight buy in bulk especially when things are on sale now if you're worried about them going bad preserve them using either canning freezing or even drying if you have a dehydrator I love buying things in bulk especially meat when they're on sale because you can get them from cheaper prices and then I just put them in the freezer so each week when I figure out what I'm having I can take them out so that they saw number 9 buy your meats with the bone in or if you're buying seafood with the shell or bones still in if you buy chicken bone in it is way cheaper and it actually does taste better you have to roast it a little bit longer but just remember to take the skin off to remove some that excess fat you don't need if I were to buy shrimp at the grocery store without the shell it would cost me more money so take a few extra minutes yourself to buy it with the shell on and just do it yourself to save some money number 10 go vegetarian for some of the meals that you eat during the week beans are extremely affordable and so by factoring in a few vegetarian meals each week you are going to end up saving yourself some money number 11 avoid buying prepackaged foods or pre sliced produce grocery stores are charging you major dollars to do some of the dirty work that really doesn't take that much time so avoid buying the prepared and pre place number 12 pick a credit card that actually rewards you for shopping at the grocery store I have one that gives me points depending on how much I shop at the grocery store that month I then get to use those points to redeem for travel credits on my credit card statement so if I fly to California for work I can then use some of my grocery points to reduce that cost between like 100 and 200 dollars every credit card has a different rate as a different point system so shop around and pick the best one for you and the last one is to take bigger trips when you go to the grocery store when you go up to the register you might have a little sticker shock like oh my gosh I can't believe how much money I spent but I kind of mentioned this earlier by reducing the amount of times you go to a grocery store each week you're going to reduce the amount of impulse buys that you make at the store each time I go I'm guilty of this I at least five two or three things that I really didn't need but either I see them on sale or they look good or I'm in the mood and then I just end up spending more money than I needed to so by doing bigger grocery shopping trips each time you're going to reduce the amount of visits that you make and then reduce the amount of impulse buys and overall money that you have hopefully you enjoyed my tricks to save yourself some money at the grocery store if you're curious what a thirty dollar grocery haul looks like for meals for the entire week stay tuned to click on my thirty dollar grocery haul for the entire week see you guys soon 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How To Save + Budget Your Money | Get Out Of DEBT + Reach Your Financial GOALS

**How To Save + Budget Your Money | Get Out Of DEBT + Reach Your Financial GOALS**



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what's going on everyone welcome back to my channel my name is hailey Cairo if you are new and if you are a returning subscriber I am so glad you guys are back for another video today I'm gonna be sharing 10 things I wish I knew about money before I became an adult but first click that subscribe button and turn on bail notifications so you never miss a video and follow along on social i've recipes and wellness and productivity tips and you do not want to miss them I spent a decent amount of time thinking about my financial decisions that I had before I turned 18 and then like right after I turned 18 I kind of wanted to share my thoughts on this and hopefully I can prevent some of you from making the same mistakes that I made the first thing that I did was every time I got money I should have put 20% away at least my dad always told me to do it is like looking back at that just that little thing if I would have done that I would have had so much a stinking cash every time I had money from either a birthday holiday whatever small little jobs that I did before I turned like 16 I could have had a decent chunk of change even after I had jobs when I turned 16 I didn't save enough money it was like I got money and I spent my money because it was the first time I had a little bit of financial freedom and it was like at that time phone cases in American Eagle and beer Bradley that was my high school experience I have nothing to show for the work that I did before I was 18 no dollars zero nada the second thing is that there is no get-rich-quick scheme and I knew that work was a thing that was you were in it for the long haul but I definitely got wrapped up in being like when I hit this milestone in YouTube I'm gonna be making this much money and be fantastic but there is no quick anything in terms of making money but you have to be super focused have a plan and work at it for the long run that is how you make your moola the third thing is to start saving now if you have not started saving today is your day especially if you don't have a lot of expenses right now this is your time to save that money if you don't pay rent you don't have loans oh my gosh you are golden like you can save a ton of money by the time you're like 25 so well I recommend doing if you don't want to open a bank account right this minute just commit to saving $20 in cash every single week I save a few thousand dollars a year just by making this a habit 20 bucks out in cash anytime I go to the store but if we're talking real bank accounts make sure that you open up a 401k when you get a job that's usually an automatic thing but a Roth IRA is something that you can do on your own you can put it think $5,500 in it a year but it's supposed to have compound interest and you can take it out when you're much older I started my Roth IRA two years ago that is money that I don't even see and I love knowing that it's there you guys can also look into mutual funds that's kind of my next venture but that's basically another way to get interest on money that you will not touch for a very long time the fourth tip is that credit does matter and I know that there's a lot of talk about not having credit cards and all that kind of stuff you know Dave Ramsey he's a very anti credit card but you still need credit so you do need to look at your lifestyle and figure out how you're going to start having credit history at a young age without having credit cards if you don't have a car payment you don't have school loans you're not buying a house anytime soon getting a little credit card might be the best option just start put gas on it get your groceries but don't keep it with you for spending I was so mortified when I learned that I really didn't have a good credit history my score was good but your score has a couple different factors that give you that number but history and credit variety was where I was lacking because again I didn't have a house at the time I didn't have a car mortgage car mortgage car loan I do now thank goodness which I know sounds like a oxymoron like why do you want a loan it's one that is within my means I'm not living above my means and it's helping me to establish credit history the fifth thing is that bank fees are a no-go don't join a bank if you have annual fees if you have a monthly fee if you have a fee every time you want to transfer something do some research find a local bank that doesn't do all those crappy hidden fees super unnecessary and avoidable the sixth tip is to pay you first you meaning all of your death and all of your savings before you spend anything that is necessary as a bill alone those go first then savings then spend try to eliminate spend if you get the seventh tip is multiple streams of income now this is something that right away when I decided to kind of make the switch to being a sole proprietor was necessary to live we are very much past the days of going to a nine-to-five and not being it a lot of people have side hustles multiple streams of income it's kind of a thing these days if you're not taking advantage of the internet it's a little silly so definitely look into how you guys can make some extra cash side note I'm going to have a bunch of videos coming out all about my favorite budgeting apps saving apps and apps that make you money so make sure you're subscribed so you don't miss that I think a lot of people think of money as a way to just buy things but it's really a tool to help you achieve your goals so I think switching your mindset to how you think about money it's not so much like once I have X amount of money I can buy this I started thinking more about investments when I started making some more money because now instead of saying well now I have money to buy this it's more like now I have money to do this and invest in that so it grows expand and you get the last and final tip is do not go broke to make yourself rich whether that's investing in a course or a program that may or may not be lucrative investing in something that may or may not be lucrative or just making some dumb decisions make sure that all of your financial things are you know really thought out and get opinions from other people people who have done it before you who have more experience and just be smart I know it can be really challenging there's a lot of noise when it comes to entrepreneurship making more money doing anything on the side it's way easier these days to turn nothing we're very little into a lot so don't invest a ton and if you're starting out and then you don't have anything to show for it start simple so those were my 10 things I wish I would have known about money if you guys like these videos I appreciate the thumbs up and subscribe to my channel follow along on social so we can keep having more conversations like this over there I'm gonna be sharing my 2019 budget planner with you guys as well as some other really cool money-saving videos like grocery shopping and all of the apps and that stuff but as always I hope you guys are doing well and I will see you in the next video

How to Save Money On Groceries: One Easy Step That Can Save You $300-$500 Annually

**How to Save Money On Groceries: One Easy Step That Can Save You $300-$500 Annually**



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In this video I share one quick way to save money on groceries. With this easy step you can save $300-$500+ each year. Homeschooling families, that’s a lot of …

Money Saving Budget Planner - Why you need one!

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Though silica gel packets clearly instruct you to throw them away (and not eat them), you can actually keep them for a variety of unexpectedly practical uses around the home. Silica gel is a desiccant, a substance that absorbs moisture, which makes these packets perfect for keeping things extremely dry and moisture-free.

Commonly found in bags of beef jerky, dried seaweed containers, vitamin bottles, and in boxes of new shoes, silica gel packets can help rescue your wet cell phone, slow down the tarnishing of your silverware and tools, prolong the life of your jack-o’-lantern, and keep your gym locker from smelling funky.

The great thing about silica gel packets is that you can recharge them in the oven if their moisture-sucking capabilities are beginning to run low. Simply spread the silica gel (removed from paper packets) on a cookie sheet and bake at 250°F for a few hours. Afterwards, place the silica gel in an airtight container until you’re ready to use them again.

Got your own DIY uses for silica gel packets? Share with me by commenting below! ; )


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