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Saving Money on Groceries and in the Kitchen

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Becoming financially independent and free starts with good saving habits. Saving money on groceries and in the kitchen includes practical tips and advice how you can increase your savings while still living a good life.

Although pinching pennies is not the best way to grow your net worth, it sure is a wonderful start and one step closer of getting out of debt. It is important to focus on big savings, like having an affordable car or moving into least expensive place. However, groceries can easily bite a huge part of your paycheck as well and everyone needs food which makes it difficult to cut back.

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Saving Money on Groceries and in the Kitchen

1. Bake several meals together 

Warming up your oven takes time and electricity. Use your oven in several purposes – for instance, after cooking lasagna in the oven, you can bake a pie. It saves you money when not heating up your oven for every single meal.

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2. Use your leftovers

We all have some leftovers and it is all about being creative. Sarah shares some fun ways to cook great meals of leftovers.

3. Join Grocery University

Grocery University is an awesome and intensive training that works for anybody who is interested in saving money on groceries. It comes with a comprehensive workbook and in depth audio series. The best part? It changes your grocery shopping habits forever and it is affordable to anyone!

4. Follow 22 tricks to save at the grocery store

Did you know there are some awesome ways you can save at your local grocery store? There are 22 practical tricks that are so easy to follow and save you lots of cash. Pick the ones that fit best for your family and stop overspending already today. If you value organic produce, be aware of three things that help you make it more affordable.

5. Go paperless in kitchen

Have you ever calculated how much you spend on paper towels in kitchen? It’s a lot, especially if you have kids. I’m sure you can relate. I’m all about reusing things and going green where ever possible. PaperlessKitchen offers so many awesome options to have affordable and eco-friendly kitchen items. The best part? It saves you money. They also offer lowest price guarantee and hassle free returns.

6. Host a potluck 

Potluck is an awesome way to enjoy delicious meals and have fun. It not only saves you money, but also time and energy as everyone has to bring their own dish. You save on tips, parking, and you don’t have to buy tons of food for your guests.

7. Reach your own potential

Sometimes we end up spending more money on groceries and for our kitchen, because we are busy. Sounds familiar? Using time wiser and increasing productivity helps to be more efficient, because then we have more time to meal plan and find the best deals for our kitchen. Sometimes planning mornings well can make a huge difference, especially if you are not a morning person. Going through this online Make Over Your Mornings challenge helps to find the best solution for you and your family. There is no one size fits all, and this is why it works. It helps to create a strategic plan for your family.

But if you feel you already have productive days, another great way to reach your potential and learn saving money on groceries, is to learn from other moms’ experiences. There are wonderful personal finance books that every mom should read. If you are not that much into reading books, you can just read blogs and use Pinterest to find awesome tips for your particular needs. The more you know, the more you save and make the best decisions for your family.

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Saving Money on Groceries Without Coupons

Did you notice these seven tips did not include coupons? Saving money on groceries and in the kitchen is possible even without coupons. The key is to find what works for you and your family and adapt these tips into your everyday routine. Saving money on groceries adds up a lot over time and is worth more than you might currently realize. Use a budget plan and use your money intentionally.

Do you have any other awesome tips how saving money on groceries has helped you? Share below!
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14 Comments on Saving Money on Groceries and in the Kitchen

  1. Sarah
    24/06/2015 at 11:14 pm (2 years ago)

    We definitely spend way too much on groceries. We are family of 3 and I guess we pay around $500 each month. I wish we could only spend half of it. Thanks for sharing your helpful tips!

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    • Reelika
      26/06/2015 at 7:28 am (2 years ago)

      Glad you found these helpful, Sarah, and hopefully these help you to lower your grocery spending. Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. Echo
    26/06/2015 at 4:40 am (2 years ago)

    These are all great tips! I definitely use leftovers to my advantage! Thank you for sharing this at the #SmallVictoriesSundayLinkup!
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    • Reelika
      26/06/2015 at 7:29 am (2 years ago)

      My pleasure, thanks so much, Echo :)

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    • Reelika
      11/07/2015 at 8:31 am (2 years ago)

      It is a great way to save. I always prepare a pie when a lasagna, etc is in the oven. Saves quite a bit energy and money!

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    • Reelika
      13/07/2015 at 5:56 am (2 years ago)

      Absolutely, I try to follow it as well. I tend to organize the food at home by the expiration dates and use absolutely everything, including leftovers. It does pay off well!

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    • Reelika
      29/07/2015 at 12:46 am (2 years ago)

      Glad you found something new, Charissa :)

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  3. Gail Akeman
    01/08/2015 at 6:01 pm (2 years ago)

    I don’t think I could go without my paper towels. Thank you for joining the Small victories Sunday linkup party. Please join again.
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  4. Alyssa
    04/10/2015 at 5:47 am (1 year ago)

    I love hosting potluck at my place. I have twins, so it is not easy to cook for guests as well. Besides, we get to keep the leftovers :)

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    • Reelika
      05/10/2015 at 9:30 am (1 year ago)

      I love potlucks too, Alyssa :)

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