Have you ever seen the show Extreme Couponing? This is a show to make you feel bad about your grocery budget. I can hardly get out of the grocery store without spending $40 and they are getting $900 worth of groceries for $15. Of course we all know this isn't realistic for most families, but still, it's very appealing.
I've been collecting my coupons and even have a little coupon holder with sections and it does help me save a little, but not very much. When you eat the way my family does (plant-based) and have a food intolerance (gluten) the items on your grocery list are not common coupons. So what's a non-couponer to do?
That's where my newest project comes in: The Grocery Store Price List
And, thanks to blog land, there's very little work involved up front. There are several lists ready for you to download and use:
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I personally am going to use the second sheet of the Beauty & Bedlam Price List. Hopefully as I get it filled in over the next couple of weeks I can really begin to see some savings! And finally decide whether or not to join Sam's Club!
What are your best grocery money saving tips? Are you a member of Sam's Club or another price club? Do you think it really saves you money?