Here’s a few quick and easy ways to save money relating to your kitchen, and the food you eat.
How To Save Money in The Kitchen
3. Stop Buying Mineral Water
Mineral water can be surprisingly expensive, which can mount up over time, for instance if you spend $2 a day on mineral water, over the year that’s over seven hundred dollars, which could pay for a nice vacation!
5. Avoid Impulse Purchases
There’s no doubt that if you go to a shop and peruse the aisles for something tasty to eat, rather than go with a specific list of items to pick up, you will end up spending a lot more money than if you write out a list in advance and stick to it. Food stores prey on the fact most people end up making impulse purchases when shopping, which can be expensive - and this is where a shopping list combined with willpower helps mitigate this psychological temptation.
The other golden rule when it comes to food shopping, is to never go food shopping when you’re feeling hungry, as it has been proven that people spend way more on food shopping when they are feeling hungry. In essence, you’ll want to make sure you have a good meal before going to the shops, as this way, your stomach won’t be calling the shots.
These are just five quick and easy ideas for saving a few bucks in and around the kitchen. Can you think of any more? Let me know in the comments below!
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