How to Stay Frugal and Within Budget When Buying Groceries

How to Stay Frugal and Within Budget When Buying Groceries

Staying frugal and within a budget during grocery shopping can be hard depending on where you live, what stores are nearest you, and what product you are buying/need. For me this can be complicated because I include any household items like cleaning supplies, or beauty/body items like lotions, soaps, and vitamins in my grocery budget and my skin requires specific things to stay calm, and doesn’t really care what the price is.

There are a variety of ways to do this but I’m going to give you what I do to stay frugal and keep my spending within my budget.


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