In honor of Throwback Fridays (or are they Throwback Thursdays?), I am re-posting one of my very first posts. I bet many of you haven’t seen it, because it’s an oldie (but a goodie).
I wrote this post, because I’ve had a lot of people ask me how I build my food storage without spending extra money beyond my grocery budget. Now, in the interest of full disclosure, my hubby and I have made some purchases outside of my regular grocery budget, but we haven’t done that for some time. All the stuff I buy to store comes from my grocery budget or from saving/earning money other ways. If you’re interested in doing the same, please check out this “oldie, but goodie” post.
I feel your pain. I’ve been there. Sometimes there is no extra money to spend on these things. That’s okay. Just do what you can when you can. If you make saving money a priority, you will be able to set a little aside to build your food storage.
Here are a few things I’ve done and am doing to “find” money within my existing grocery budget for my food storage.
1. I started buying more basics in bulk. I was buying bread flour from Walmart. It was…
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