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                                        Save $100.00 A Month With A Grocery Journal
                                                  By Barbara Carr Phillips

    Save $100.00 A Month With A Grocery Journal by Barbara Carr Phillips

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Save $100.00 A Month With A Grocery Journal
by Barbara Carr Phillips

Many people think personal journaling means writing a book of deep thoughts, but the most useful
journals are simple notebooks that contain mundane lists, like grocery lists or to-do lists. I teach
journaling workshops, and people are surprised when I tell them they can save over $100 a month by
keeping a grocery journal.

A grocery journal will insure that you'll never lose extra savings because you forgot your coupons.
Also, you won't ever find yourself standing in the grocery aisle wondering, "did I purchase ketchup last
week or not?" Last week's list will be in your journal for you to review. You will save time and gas by
avoiding extra trips to the grocery because you forgot items you needed. Plus, you will have everything
you need for each meal, every single day of the week.

To get started, choose a small, spiral-bound notebook to use as your grocery journal. You want a
notebook small enough to fit in your purse or pocket easily. Spiral bound is best because it lies flat
when you are writing. Also, you can flip to the page you need easily and it will stay open. Be sure to
keep a pen clipped to your journal at all times. Also, clip a large paperclip in your book to hold

Here is how to organize and use your grocery journal:

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On the front pages of your journal, create price pages. Price pages are simply a list of items you buy
from the grocery store every month with the price of each item listed after them.

To make a price page, draw four columns on a notebook page. The first column is the widest, and the
remaining three are just wide enough to write in the price of an item. The first column heading will be
"Item," and the remaining three column headings will be the names of the three grocery stores you
shop at most often.

In the first column, list all of the items you typically buy. In the remaining three columns, list the price of
those items at your three favorite stores. This way, you will know at a glance when a "sale" is really a
"sale," or if you can buy the item at another store at better price.

Save a dozen blank pages after the price pages to use for menus. When your grocery store circulars
are distributed each week, sit down with your journal and create the week's menu around the meat that
is on sale. This will make cooking very easy.

For example, if chicken is on sale, serve baked chicken on Monday. Toss the leftovers in a casserole
dish with a can of cream soup on Tuesday. Marinade a few a few pieces of chicken on Wednesday,
then grill and slice them to serve over salad greens. Use the leftover grilled chicken to throw over pasta
smothered with your favorite sauce on Thursday. The menus will become easier to create over time.
After you create four or five weekly menus, you can simply alternate them.

Use all pages remaining after the menu pages for grocery lists. Date each list. Determine the best
deals for breakfast, lunch and dinner by checking the sale items in your grocer's weekly circular
against your price book and your coupons. When you find coupons for items, paperclip them to your
grocery list page.

Stick to your notebook grocery list when you are shopping. Don't be tempted to buy other specials at
your grocery store. Grocers know how to influence consumers to buy on impulse. That's why fresh
baked goods are often displayed in the front of the store.

Remember, you don't have to create your journal in one day. Simply leave six to ten blank pages in the
front of your journal for your price pages, and start creating your weekly menus on the next dozen
pages. Take your notebook with you every time you do your shopping for one month and price pages
will create themselves. If you have grade school children who shop with you, they might stay busy
helping you look for prices instead of begging you for the newest, sugar frosted breakfast cereal. You
can also save your grocery receipts and fill in your price pages while you are watching television.

Saving time and money is a cinch with a grocery journal!

 Barbara Carr Phillips, journal instructor, believes dreams come true when you learn to journal your
way to success. Visit to orderyour one-on-one journaling session or to sign
up for her free e-zine.

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                                    Simple Ways Students Can Save on Groceries
                                                           By Tom Tessin

One expense that college students hate putting money toward is groceries. Grocery shopping always
seems to be a guaranteed large amount of money taken from us. Although grocery shopping can be
expensive it doesn’t have to be. There are many ways you can make grocery shopping cheaper for you
on weekly basis. Read below and you can find out how you can start saving money on grocery
shopping now!

 Small carts – Instead of walking in the grocery store and grabbing a large cart get a small one. Using a
small car can save you a ton of money when grocery shopping. When you grab a small cart you have
half the space to put groceries. This will make is so you only get the things you need instead of what
you want.

 Use coupons – Using coupons can save you a ton of money as well per week. There are always
coupons on makeup, shampoos & body washes and cleaners. Those are usually always a guarantee
for coupons. Never go shopping unless you have a few coupons in your hand. You can find coupons
online and in the weekly news ads.

 Items on sale – Only buy groceries that are on sale. You never want to buy an item if it’s not on sale
unless you really need it. Also if there is an item that you buy on a weekly basis and it’s on sale stock
up! Stocking up on the item when it’s one sale can save you a lot of money. This will make you avoid
buying it when it’s not on sale because you already have it.

 Once a week – Make it a habit to only go grocery shopping one time per week. This will avoid all those
unnecessary trips. Every time we go grocery shopping we find more stuff that we can in for. So if we go
a few times a week that’s more of the stuff that we didn’t come in for. Limit your trip to just once a week
and see how you will start saving money.

 Grocery list – You always want to make sure you make a grocery list. What a grocery list does it sends
you in for the things you need instead of the things you want. You are more likely to go by your grocery
list instead of shopping isle to isle.

 Avoid isle shopping – Try to never go isle to isle when you’re shopping. Avoid going down the isles
that don’t have the stuff you came in for. If you go down every isle you will find yourself getting more
than what you came in for.

 There are many ways to save money when you’re grocery shopping. If you want to start spending less
and start saving more definitely consider the tips above. These will all help cut your grocery bills in half
and keep you from buying the unnecessary things you don’t need. Start following these tips and watch
how you don’t mind grocery shopping as much as you did before!

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