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Recent articles by Jessica:

3 Groceries I Buy On Sale in the Summer to Use Throughout the Year

Plus, a tip on how to get the scoop on discounted meats. → Read More

The 6 Things I Keep in My Car All Summer to Help Us Save Money

Having a few creature comforts tucked away in the car helps me elevate the simplest meal into a fun vacation moment. → Read More

How I’m Planning a Staycation That Doesn’t Feel Super Sad

If a full-blown vacation isn't in the cards year, here's what you can do to find some fun right in your very own backyard. Hint: It involves a trip to Trader Joe's. → Read More

These Plastic Containers Turned My Freezer into a Beautifully Organized Ice Tundra

It’s not easy to develop a stash of containers you feel good about using for extended periods of time. This story will help you with that, though. → Read More

The $100 Grocery Habit I Think Everyone Should Adopt

I don’t know about you, but I could do something fun with a hundred bucks. → Read More

The Best Section in the Grocery Store That Most of Us Are Overlooking

You may think that the produce department or the spice aisle are where you’ll uncover buried treasure, but quite often your best bet is in the most unlikely of places. → Read More

6 Lessons a Mom of 6 Can Teach You About Saving Money on Food and Groceries

These lessons will apply to you even if you don’t have kids. → Read More

6 Money-Saving Grocery Myths (and How They Really Stack Up)

Let's examine some of these myths that have been passed down over the generations. → Read More

The Key Steps to Making a Food Budget That Works for You

As boring as it sounds, having a food budget really is important. → Read More

This Is How Much You Should Spend on Food and Groceries

Trying to figure out how to make a food budget? The USDA actually makes it pretty easy to calculate how much you should spend on food. → Read More

5 Times It's Okay to Let Your Food Budget Slip

While there are plenty of perks of keeping a food budget, there are some distinct occasions when you've just gotta let things slide. → Read More

Recipe: Chicken and Wild Rice Bake

This is a quick and easy freezer meal to assemble with brown and wild rice, and meaty bone-in chicken thighs. → Read More

The Best Make-Ahead Baked Goods to Freeze

Bulk baking sessions and allow me to freeze goodies for future meals - here's how I do it. → Read More

10 Ways Your Freezer Can Be Your BFF

A list of five foods that are better when consumed frozen, as well as five that are better for having been frozen. → Read More

10 Pantry Staples You Should Buy Generic

Buying these 10 pantry staples in generic versions won't really make much of a difference — except in your wallet. → Read More

10 Delicious Ways to Turn an Avocado into Lunch

If you've got an avocado then you're well on your way to a satisfying lunch. From a bean salad to all ways you can top toast, this fruit can do it all. → Read More

10 Foods to Stash in the Freezer for a Quick Weeknight Soup

The easiest way to make weeknight soup a reality is to start with your freezer. You can keep everything from the stock to the veggies handy for dinner. → Read More

10 Easy Ways to Turn Frozen Potstickers into Weeknight Dinners

Turn that frozen bag of potstickers in your freezer into dinner in a hurry with any one of these clever and tasty last-minute ideas. → Read More

10 Delicious Ways to Turn Tortillas into a Meal

From classic quesadillas to your everyday sandwiches, here are a few clever ways to make dinner a reality with tortillas. → Read More

5 Grocery Store Items Worth Splurging On

Cheaper isn't better when it comes to certain ingredients. Here are 5 items worth splurging on. → Read More