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4 Unexpected Benefits of Practicing Grocery Store Loyalty

Craving a long-term relationship? Date your local grocery store. They're a cheaper date than you'd think. → Read More

How Meal Kits Helped Me Kick My Lunch-Buying Habit

I was spending close to $300 a month on weekday lunches out. Then I tried a meal delivery service, and everything changed! → Read More

5 Grocery Store Aisles to Avoid If You Want to Save Money

Looking to save money at the grocery store? If you're on a tight budget, these 5 places are best avoided. → Read More

9 Reasons Your Grocery Bill Is So High (and How to Lower It)

It's easy to fall into the trap of paying too much for groceries. Here are the the reasons you'er grocery bill it too high and how to lower it. → Read More

The 2 Biggest Grocery-Saving Myths I’m Choosing to Ignore

Trying to save more money at the grocery store? Remember that what works for someone else might not work for you. Here are two examples that prove this. → Read More

How I'm Changing My Grocery Budget for the Holidays

Are you worried about all the money you've been spending lately? Follow these two rules for cooking from The Financial Diet. → Read More

How My Grocery Bill Changed When I Was Vegan for a Week

Have you ever wondered in adopting a vegan lifestyle would affect your budget? One financial writer finds out what it would be like for her. → Read More

5 Signs You Need to Adjust Your Grocery Budget

If you can't remember the last time you tweaked your grocery budget, maybe it's time — here are the telltale signs to rethink your strategy. → Read More

13 People on the Affordable Cooking Staples They Love

I asked 13 people to tell me about the affordable pantry staples they always keep on-hand in their kitchen to make cooking quick, easy, and delicious. → Read More

5 Posts That Will Change Your Food Budget

Looking to cut back on food spending? These five posts on The Financial Diet will help you out. → Read More

When Our “Normal” Is Way Too Much

We cannot think of treating ourselves healthfully and attentively as some kind of deprivation, repenting for prior sins by robbing ourselves of enjoyment. → Read More

8 Little Habits That Save Me Big at the Grocery Store

The smart people at The Financial Diet walk us through how they save big at the grocery store with these small habits. → Read More

10 Miracle Products You Probably Already Have in Your Pantry

It's a huge plus when I already own something for cooking purposes, and then find out I can use it for several other things. → Read More

My Saddest Wastes of Money in 2017 So Far, Ranked

Here's a list of everything one writer regrets spending money on this year. Can you relate? → Read More

10 People Get Real About What They Actually Spend on Food

How much do you spend on food per month? TFD asked 10 people to give us their honest answers. → Read More

11 People Tell Us How Much They Spend on Alcohol Each Week

How much money do you spend on alcohol every week? 11 people from around the country tell us what they spend. → Read More

PSA: Being Healthy Isn’t a Contest, So Stop Trying to Win It

"I don't ever want to treat my body as something to be won or lost, or feel more concerned with the presentation of my lifestyle than the actual living of it." → Read More

Buy This, Not That: Whole Foods

Here is TFD's non-exhaustive list of what to buy (and what not to buy) the next time you hit your local Whole Foods. → Read More

Buy This, Not That: IKEA Kitchen Supplies

If you know which products to look for, there is almost no better value for your dollar in terms of versatile, sturdy home goods. → Read More