Posts Tagged ‘food costs’

You have a job in order to make money—not to spend it. But there is a lot of work-related spending that is unavoidable, and although there might not be ways to get around it completely, you can cut down on some of these expenses with the following tips: Food Getting into the habit of bringing […]

Are you currently planning your wedding and looking to cut down on costs? We asked professionals working in the industry to share their number one money-saving tip for couples looking to plan their special day, but without breaking the bank: Be picky with your guest list “Keeping the guest count low is a great way […]

    It’s the start of a new year, and one of the most common resolutions that people make is to be healthier by eating better. Depending on where you shop and what you’re buying exactly, you may have noticed that the healthier options tend to also be the costlier ones as well. Here are some […]

  Here are some ways to cut down on the costs for this year’s Thanksgiving feast: Shop locally Although your local commercial supermarket can provide some great deals for your Thanksgiving dinner, you’ll often find the best bargains for produce at your local farmer’s market. In addition to any fruits or vegetables you’ll be cooking […]

It’s the time of year once again where we gather with our loved ones and give thanks to all that we are grateful for. And while Thanksgiving dinner is often much anticipated, it can also be quite expensive, especially if you’re feeding a large group of people. Here are some ways to cut down on […]

Dining out can be expensive, and it can definitely add up. However, it is one of those expenses that can easily be adjusted, unlike fixed expenses, such as rent or mortgage payments. While completely eliminating restaurant visits isn’t always realistic, there are some simple ways to cut down on your dining out costs. Purchase gift […]

Although careless grocery store shopping can lead to excessive food spending, eating out is often the culprit. The following are some ways to reduce the amount of money you spend on your next meal out: Have lunch instead of dinner A lot of the same menu items that are offered during dinner hours might still […]

The cost of food is one thing that can quickly add up, and alarmingly so—especially if you have a large family. Recent statistics reveal that the average American family spends almost $8,000 annually on food, which includes grocery shopping, restaurant visits, fast food chains and take-out meals. However, most people spend much more than they […]