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Avoid These Grocery Store Shopping Mistakes

Food is getting expensive, and shoppers everywhere are hyperventilating at checkout. We’re all foodies now, and we want our grass-fed beef, our Matcha powder and our fresh figs – or our pea protein and gluten-free cookies, or the soy mac-n-cheese for the kids – but we don’t want to take out a second mortgage just to buy food for the… Read more »

Reasons Why Online Shopping is Revolutionary

Online shopping is a common part of life in today’s society. Called the digital age, our current culture is so steeped in technology that today’s youngest generation will have never experienced life without a computer, the Internet, or a smartphone. For this reason, it can be easy to take technology, and all the benefits and conveniences that it affords for… Read more »

Grocery Shopping on a Budget

Shopping for groceries while on a budget does not mean that you have to buy inferior quality food. You just have to follow some money saving tips for effective money management. It includes proper planning and realistic budgeting. Make a list of all those items that you need for breakfast, dinner, and lunch, and other household items. Otherwise, it may… Read more »

Effective Tips for Duty-free Shopping

It’s a bummer when you’re finally hit with the realization that duty free isn’t what it means, and the guys running the store are not in it for the goodness of their hearts. They’re hoping to make a profit off you―yes you, who’s returning home from a stint abroad without bearing gifts. Duty free is another one of those phonies… Read more »

Why Do Girls Love Shopping So Much?

“You know that thing when you see someone cute and he smiles and your heart kind of goes like warm butter sliding down hot toast? Well that’s what it’s like when I see a store. Only it’s better.” – Rebecca Bloomwood, Confessions of a Shopaholic Comparing a physical attraction to buying something seems a little far-fetched, doesn’t it? Maybe it… Read more »

How to Go Grocery Shopping With Kids

American kids spend significant number of hours in passive entertainment, courtesy – the idiot box. The value of television is increasing awareness amongst kids can’t be underestimated but we all know that gluing to the TV sets or video game systems for hours after the school time, leaves our kids with no time to be involved in other productive pursuits…. Read more »