Without a list, it's easy to forget things you need and to end up buying things you don't need.
When you're hungry, everything looks good, and you're more likely to make impulse purchases.
Prices can vary greatly between brands and stores, so it's important to compare prices before making a purchase.
While convenient, pre-cut fruits and vegetables are often more expensive than buying whole produce and cutting it yourself.
Bottled water is expensive and not environmentally friendly. Instead, invest in a reusable water bottle and fill it up at home.
It's easy to get excited about all the fresh produce and meats, but buying too much can lead to spoilage and waste.
Store brands are often just as good as name brands but cost less. Don't be afraid to try them out and save some money.
Buying in bulk can be a great way to save money, but only if you have a plan for how you'll use the items.