Righto, time to start this series, I have been wanting to write about this since I started this blog. This is such a huge topic and I could go on for hours on this, so I thought it best to break it up into steps to make it a little less overwhelming. I will try and post one of these at least every second day or so, so watch this space.
The reason why I have so much passion (I guess you could call it passion) for this topic is it is an area where I have personally saved ALOT of money to give back to our budget for other essential living costs (Over the years I have dropped our grocery bill from +$300NZ per week to now averaging $180NZ per week for the four of us) . In fact it is an area that most people can save in, and sometimes all it takes is a little tweaking to a current system and you can make more savings.
This series I hope may help those starting on their journeys to organising their homes, kitchens and the grocery bill. I hope it may bring a little motivation and new ideas to those that have a system or half a system in place but it's not working out to well. Or as I find, when I read other bloggers posts, to those that have a system in place that works, perhaps there may be a new idea or two in here to try, or please feel free to leave comments if you have other systems/ways of doing things that work on the topic.
I'll cover quite a few points in my posts, so if you have a question about anything, either leave a comment in the comments section or you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org - I love questions, they get the brain thinking :)
Well I do hope you find this series interesting and informative and you pick something up along the way. I'll wait to see you on the other side with an organised pantry, perhaps a stockpile, a daily menu plan, an organised shopping method and most importantly SAVINGS ON THE GROCERY BILL!