Friday, 25 October 2019

HOW I SAVED £40 A WEEK ON GROCERIES + FREE PRINTABLE

Hello Loves!

As you guys may have noticed, I have started doing this new thing where I share 'freebies' on my blog. I have been sharing monthly wallpapers for your Mobile & Desktop and now I am sharing printables too. I am the type of person where I like to plan and to see things written down, It's just how my brain processes information because of this, I started creating printables to make my life much easier. I have been using these particular ones for a few months now, I actually use them every week without fail!

Throughout the week I add the basics to my grocery list such as toilet roll, nappies etc. On Thursday's I sit down and create the meal plan for the following week (our Tesco delivery comes on Fridays). Once I have done this I then add to my Grocery list, the ingredients for said meals. Before using these sheets we were spending £100 plus a week! Once I started using these I manage to get the weekly shop down to an average of £60 a week! These sheets allow me to plan out what I actually need as opposed to aimlessly adding things to my cart and overspending. 

The £40 a week saving allowed us to put money aside to move house. On top of other disposable income, we were able to save £400 a month easily which we were able to spend on new furniture for our house as our old house was Furnished! These sheets played a huge part in our ability to save so I figured I would share them with you guys too because let's face it, who doesn't want to save money? 

TO SAVE: Right Click and save to your computer in-order to print. Or press and hold to save to your phone.



Hopefully, these printables help you become more organised better yet, save you some money! If you do decide to give them a go, I would love to know how you get on with them! If there are any other printables you would like to see from me do let me know and I'll see what I can do! 

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