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Never Buy Groceries When You are Tired

March 26th, 2012 at 08:29 am

I have been spending between $20 and $40 a week on groceries, but Sunday night, I didn't feel well and waited till the last minute and spent $56 at Trader Joes and another $15 at Staters. Yipes.

On the other hand, it was more healthy stuff than I usually get.

5 Responses to “Never Buy Groceries When You are Tired”

  1. Jerry Says:

    Unfortunately, buying the healthier stuff usually leads to a higher bill no matter what. I wish we had some insurance of the good food being more accessible to everyone. (Well, aside from growing it all ourselves, of course!)

  2. controversial topic Says:

    of course, buy meat immediately, then you will immediately feel better, whiskey and meat and everything will be fine!

  3. paper editors here Says:

    Healthier food costs more, but it brings you much more benefits and improves your health and well-being.

  4. custom-essay-writing-service.org/blog/examples-of-argumentative-essays Says:

    I know that these products are very useful for health and they cost more. But I also think that this food has more benefits and can help you to recover.

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    If you want to reduce such an item of expenditure, you need to make rational use of the products and not buy extra ones that simply deteriorate and are thrown away.

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