Surviving at the Supermarket

Surviving at the Supermarket

In this article, we share tips on surviving at the supermarket to make the experience less painful. Stores are in the business of making money, and the longer you are in there shopping, the more you will spend.

Finding a way to become a shopper with a plan will remove some of the stress, take less time, and help save you money also.

Some Shopper Tips

  • Ditch the Credit/Debit Cards

    Credit and debit cards are often considered too easy to use. Studies show that people who use cash-bought less processed and extra foods but did buy more healthy options. That means credit users tend to buy more. If you have cash, you have to be very specific and particular about what you are getting.

  • Have a List

    Make a list and stick to it. Using a grocery list will limit you from being as drawn to impulse purchases or the many tactics that stores do to drive up sales. Remember to take the list with you to the store.

  • Pick Your Shopping Time Carefully

    Saving the shopping for the weekend, maybe what your schedule demands, but you know that the stores are busier then. Perhaps going later in the evening would allow you to get in and out of the store. Finding a good option of when to go helps save time in the aisles shopping and time at the checkout registers also.

  • Use a Cart

    The research was done that found that pushing a cart helps you make better choices. The small shopping baskets that stores have are too easy to use for fast grabs as you go down the aisle of things you don’t have on your list.

These few tips may make a big impact on your shopping if you practice them. Always remember the old saying, “never shop hungry.”

This translates to consuming a healthy snack, I prefer drinking Ketones before you shop because shopping on an empty stomach can influence your purchases. Be a smart shopper to survive the supermarket.

Don’t Forget About Online Shopping

We use a couple of different resources to purchase our groceries online, and it works wonderfully! As an example, we purchase our frozen meats from ButcherBox. ButcherBox never disappoints, the quality is always top-notch, and the prices are better than the store.

The shopping process is super easy to set up and place your order. Many times they include free bacon, ground beef, or chicken wings as part of their customer rewards program.

We also order our groceries online from our local grocery store and pick them up with curbside car delivery at a scheduled time. We just simply text the store phone number when we arrive, and within a minute or two an employee walks out with our groceries to load the car.

Many more grocery stores are now doing home delivery as well.

Home Delivery and online shopping save you money because your only buying what’s on the list, your not tempted to overspend from all the smells and distractions when you’re already hungry.

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