I actually don't buy groceries very often because it's cheaper to buy fast food than to cook for one person and have all of that food go to waste. When I buy the ingredients to make one meal, it's usually anywhere between $20-$40.
I do occasionally buy snacks. I like to get the big cartons of Goldfish because while they're sort of expensive, they last a long time.
When I'm trying to save money, I drink tap water instead of buying soft drinks.
I don't really know about the big carton but at Krogers they always have massive deals on the bags of Goldfish like 10 fo $5 something crazy like that so I'll stock up on a variety; I just wish they made a low sodium & whole grain one.
Eventhough they are the cheapest thing to buy, I have slowed down on buying chips. One bag a month is all I'll buy.
"In the face of the blinding sun, I wake only to find
that Heaven is a stranger place than than one I've left behind." - SM
I just buy whatever is on sale and that's what I eat. Unfortunately, that doesn't equal eating healthy but the mortgage gets paid!
I'm not quite drunk enough to really care, but is this her violation of her violation of her violation of her violation of probation or her violation of her violation of her violation of her probation????? ~MontanaMama on LL's latest arrest.
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