If you take a look at your weekly grocery docket from the supermarket and add up the price of your meat purchases, chances are (assuming you’re not a vegetarian) it comes to a significant amount – in fact, depending on the size of your family, you could be looking at around $50-60 per week (or m
If saving money or the idea of frugal living is new to you and you’re just starting out on your quest for a more profitable way of life – you may feel as though you’re the only Frugal McDougall on the planet. Rest assured you are not. As always the power of the internet can bring you in co
Before we get started, I want you to walk over to your bookshelf or shelves and take a good look. How many books are there? How many of them have you read or referred to in the past 6 months, or even the past year. Grab one at random and flip over to the back cover – does it still have
Ever heard the saying, “Watch your pennies and the pounds will take care of themselves.”? Most of us fritter away our money in many different places – it doesn’t go in large lump sums (although it can) - it disappears quietly with that $5 cup of coffee on the way to work, a snack from the
Aah, mince – it has long been one of the more economical choices in the meat section - an old favourite with families who are on a monetary diet. Luckily, it’s also probably one, if not THE, most versatile sources of protein from your supermarket’s butchery.
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When I stand in the queue at my local supermarket, I’m amazed at just how many people say “No” when the operator prompts them for a Flybuys card. Flybuys = Zero Dollar Christmas Gifts!
For starters, “let us” save you on lettuce! OK, apologies for the poor pun. But while we’re on bad jokes, you’d have to agree the price on a simple lettuce is not very funny either. The shelf price on lettuce in NZ has risen by over a dollar in 12 months and the price of a bag of “go
The number one rule of gift shopping on a budget is SHOP EARLY. The closer you get to Christmas, the less time you have, the more desperate you become and the more likely you are to blow your budget on something, ANYTHING that will cross one more name off your list. I know, becaus