Experts recommend that you allocate 18-20% of your total monthly income to the cost of food. However, it's easy to spend much more than that when you're at the grocery store. One way to save money on groceries is to walk into the store with a plan for what you're going to buy. In addition, planning your meals can help you avoid buying costly take-out food at the last minute. With a little planning, you'll be eating well and spending less on a regular basis!
Additional Money-Saving Resources:
- Free Money-Management Course for Single Parents
- Ways to Earn Extra Income
- Financial Assistance for Single Parents