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Oct. 20th, 2009

12:08 pm - We All Have To Eat

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We all need to eat, which means we have 2 choices. Cook or pay someone else to do it. Sure it might be easier to go to a restaurant or drive thru, but it's not as healthy for you. So if you're going to cook, you need to shop.

Grocery stores are not the most fun place to go. They can be down right overwhelming. And if you're trying to save some cash, you're going to be standing there trying to figure out just what is the better deal. Those little tags on the shelves are not the easiest things to decipher.

Or you can pre-game your trip by using store circulars found in the Sunday paper. You can spend hours pouring over the chaotic sheets, trying to figure out what you need or want. Then you go to the next local store's sheets, start over again. Finally you have to compare the multiple stores to make sure you're really getting the best deal. By the time you're done, it will be 8 pm and you will be so jacked up on coffee your hands are shaking too much to write out your shopping list.

Want an easier way? I bet you do. Here's something to save you time and money.

www.budget101.com/groceryguide.htm

What this website does is:

Put in your zip code.

Check off the stores in your area.

The website then pulls ALL the store's circular deals and breaks them down into categories so you can see what's on sale that week at what store.

You can print out your list or send it to your cell phone.

You can find online coupons and print them off too!

You don't have to buy the Sunday paper to get this information or waste time comparing everything. You don't have to surf multiple store's websites either.

So easy to compare sales that you'll want to sing.

Go forth and be frugal!

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