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Monday, January 16, 2012

Buy Stuff Even When Do Not Need It - For Stockpile

I have a habit of doing this. There are a few things that I buy every time I go to the grocery store even though at the time I really do not need it. I do this to build up the stockpile of stuff that I use almost daily. Toilet paper, aluminum foil, dish soap, shampoo, salt & pepper, etc. This stuff I can buy for low cost. Our local store has most of this stuff for less than a dollar. So it does not take from my grocery budget. Plus since I use this stuff a lot I save money. I never run out and I also add to the stockpile. It does not have to cost a lot to build a stockpile and once you get started, it will become second nature to be able to get good deals. I buy stuff when it is on sale. Use coupons. One other thing that I do is save all of our change. Once a month I take it to the grocery store that has one of those CoinStar machines and cash it in. I then take that money to buy ONLY things to add to the stockpile. Canned goods, sugar, coffee, etc.

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Paige said...

i found this on top mommy blogs ... so glad i did :)

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