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How To Save Money On Groceries Clarkgym26 Comments

How To Save Money On Groceries

Hey everyone, thanks for joining me for this week’s Monday Money. Today’s article is inspired by a quick trip I took to the grocery store yesterday. Ana hasn’t been feeling well for the past few days and she wanted to put some fresh veggies in her system, hoping the vitamins will help her feel better. So, off to the store I went.

On my way to the store, I was contemplating what I was going to get for her. I never like going in without a plan. If I do, I always end up buying more than I need. So, I figured I’d get her one of those prepackaged veggie trays with carrots, broccoli, tomatoes, celery, and ranch dressing. Simple enough right?

Well, I got to the store and found my tray. The only problem was, the tray was $10, and honestly wasn’t that big. What a jip! So, I decided I’d make my own tray. I bought my own carrots, broccoli, tomatoes, and celery. I stayed away from the crappy ranch dressing, and instead got a healthy hummus that we snack on quite a bit. All together, I spent $13.37, but I could fill six of those little trays, and…

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By : Josh Rodriguez | 20 Jan 2014
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Superbowl – Once In A Lifetime Opportunity #SuperBowlVIP

By : Josh Rodriguez | 19 Jan 2014

Hey everyone, Super Bowl time is among us. That’s right, the biggest football game of the year is scheduled to set off very shortly. Have you ever wondered how to get a ticket to the game? Well, you’ll need to buy tickets of course. However, …

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Counting the Cost of Workplace Stress

By : Adam | 16 Jan 2014

The following is a guest post about the cost of workplace stress. If interested in submitting a guest post, please read my guest post policy and then contact me. Stress seems to be the modern, medical symptom without equal. An abstract noun known and experienced …

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How to Take the Risks out of International Money Transfers

By : Adam | 15 Jan 2014

The following is a guest post about international money transfers. If interested in submitting a guest post, please read my guest post policy and then contact me. Financial exchange can be risky, especially when a person has been out of the market for several months …

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How To Get The Most Travel For Your Buck

By : Josh Rodriguez | 13 Jan 2014

Travel rewards credit cards are all the rage these days. The truth is, just about everyone out there loves to travel. The vast majority of consumers in developed nations use credit cards. So, when you attach travel rewards to credit cards, it’s bound to be …

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My Impetus for Change

By : Jeremy Biberdorf | 2 Jan 2014

Last month my friend Ben from Ready for Zero e-mailed about a challenge they are launching. They named it the F3 Challenge, with the 3 F’s being food, fitness, and finances. Essentially this is all about helping people improve their lives in these 3 major …

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Should I Use Prosper To Diversify My Profile?

By : Josh Rodriguez | 12 Dec 2013

Hey everyone, Josh here again. I recently went back to the Prosper review I did a while back and did what I could to beef it up a bit. I wanted to provide more, in depth information on the option, and I may do it …

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