It’s been smooth sailing all month – at least budgetwise – and you’re coming into the homestretch (the last week of the month) with approximately 1/4 of your grocery budget left to spend.
Your purchases are all planned out, you’ll be stocked up on everything you need to feed your family fresh and healthy food until the new month.
You’re supermom (or dad :-)
And because of that, I want your opinion during this Money Talk:
Then sickness hits.
You don’t have any chicken noodle soup, saltines, Sprite, or those special crackers that are the only thing your picky eater can keep down. Plus you need Tylenol.
And all that stuff is going to kill your grocery budget for the month.
How do you combat that?
Do you always keep that stuff on hand and risk it going bad and going to waste?
Do you call up grandma and grandpa and ask them to bring it by? (not that I would EVER do this)
Help me readers – what do you do?? Leave me a comment, and you might be featured next week!
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