Every time I write a blog post about Aldi, I have to start by reminding you that I don’t shop at Aldi because I love the experience. It’s certainly not the most pleasant shopping experience, but that’s why I also visit my local high-end grocery store once a week. I stroll the aisles, picking up… Continue reading Aldi Favorites: Home Goods Edition
Whether you’re looking for a way to help make ends meet or you’d like a little extra cash for Christmas shopping, your grocery budget is a great place to start! I have three ways you can reduce your weekly grocery budget – today. #1: Budget your groceries, not just your cash!
Vacation is a wonderful thing. There’s just something about getting away with the people you love, unplugging from daily life and reconnecting with new experiences, leisure time and fellowship. Vacation can also be expensive, stressful and a lot of work! As a spouse (and especially as a parent!) there’s packing, planning and traveling that has… Continue reading Meal Planning For Family Vacation
Having a well-stocked pantry helps me save money and helps me put meals on the table every day! Because I keep a core inventory of the same items, I know to purchase multiples of these things when they are at their rock bottom price. I never have to pay full price for my pantry essentials!… Continue reading My Pantry Essentials
What would you do with an extra $1,000? Go on vacation? Pay off some debt? Breathe a little easier at the end of the month? No matter how much money is currently in your bank account, I doubt anyone would refuse an extra $1,000. We recently did two simple things that will result in $1,000… Continue reading How We Saved $1,000 In One Day
Something I like to preach to people who ask me about saving money on groceries is this: there’s no such thing as a store completely full of good deals. No matter where you shop, you should never assume that everything in the store is a bargain. Knowing your prices and stocking up when things are… Continue reading 5 Things I Always Buy At Aldi
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – you can’t always lower your mortgage or your car payment, but you can do something about how much you spend on groceries! Last year I saved over $1,500 on groceries and I plan to keep that trend going for 2017. We live in a constantly… Continue reading How I’m Saving Money on Groceries in 2017