Canadian households spend an average of $ 1 000.00 for Christmas. I personally find this amount excessive. Christmas is only one day out of 365.
Understanding the dates on food items will not only save you money; it’s also better for our planet.
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David Bach popularized the “latte factor” term. The concept emphasizes the long-term cost of small, everyday purchases such as coffee, cigarettes, magazines and so on.
I meant to write about this almost 2 months ago. Groceries in Canada are expensive, and even more in Vancouver. … More
If you live in North America, you have probably heard of the TV show Extreme Couponing. In this program, people … More
In France- where I come from- it is very common to buy everything at the supermarket. When I write “everything”, … More
Maybe you don’t like to cook; or you don’t know how to cook; or you just don’t have time after … More