GroceryShopping1. Shop once a week.
2. Shop from an organized list. (Save 18-22 % off a planned list.)
3. Do not shop while hungry. One has a tendency to buy more ready-prepared, expensive foods.
4. Beware of special displays. Impulse buying greatly increases food bills.
5. Confine your shopping to two stores, if possible.
6. Clip and use coupons (if available) for items you need to use.
7. Compare size of tin or package and cost per unit of measurement.

Think enthusiastically about everything; but especially about your job. If you do, you’ll put a touch of glory in your life. If you love your job with enthusiasm, you’ll shake it to pieces. You’ll love it into greatness. ~ Norman Vincent Peale US clergyman (1898 – 1993)