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My fashion sense got lost somewhere in the 80’s. I take that back, everyone’s fashion sense was lost in the 80’s. I think mine got stuck in middle school when I lived in baggy pants and sweatshirts. I want to dress cute and in clothes that work for me but I honestly have NO IDEA what I’m doing.
Now, I’m not a dietary expert. Heck, I’m not much of an expert on anything – other than maybe rocking some awesome colored hair – but we have a fairly limited grocery budget (we stay under $90 each week for our family of seven) and still manage to eat a mostly balanced diet. Could we do better? Always! But over the last nine years of menu planning and frugal shopping habits I’ve learned a few tricks for eating well on a budget.
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