The Beginners Guide To The Supermarket Reduced Aisle

Contrary to popular belief there’s a massive difference between being savvy with your money and being cheap. Being savvy entails thought, planning, and knowing what to purchase and at what time to purchase it. There is a greater reason for one being financially savvy – to stay debt free, become debt free, or even just to know how to get the best price for a product. Being cheap is normally a combination of unhealthy learned behaviours about money, and the irrational fear of being without.

The world of personal finance can be a complicated affair, which is why it’s important to keep it simple. It can be especially difficult to get started on the journey of being savvy about your finances. Not knowing where to begin and what changes to make to begin your journey to healthy personal finance is a reason for many people feeling stuck in the position they are in. 

If you’re having difficulty knowing when to start, consider starting at the most basic place – the supermarket. If you shop for food, the chances that you have seen supermarket offers are high. From BOGO offers to yellow stickers there are always offers to be had. Unfortunately, many of us get drawn in to the offer without knowing if it’s a good deal. Today I want to share with you a brilliant infographic to help get you on your way – the beginners guide to the supermarket reduced aisle. 

The Beginners Guide To The Supermarket Reduced Aisle

Courtesy of: Quid Corner

Were any of these tips ones that you knew? I tend to think I am quite savvy, but there’s always room to learn more. If you have any tips to add don’t hesitate to include them in the comments below!
 
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