Have you ever noticed that things in the grocery store and hardware store go up a little bit each time you come back? It’s not much. Just a little bit each time. But they keep going up until they are very expensive!

All it takes for the price to jump up by a lot is a little hiccup in the world wide market. For example, gasoline prices are affected by what happens in other countries.

There is a way to keep these price increases from affecting our personal money. It is to buy more of the things that we use everyday and find the best possible prices for them. We can keep these things in our homes as well as on shelves at stores.

For example, if you buy dog food in bulk, it is cheaper than when you buy a single can. And if you wait until there are discounts on the product, you get even more savings.

Set aside some space in your home. Make a list of things that you use all the time so that they don’t spoil. For example, grains and grain products need to be stored in airtight containers so rats cannot get into them.

If you need something, find the best price. For example, if you need soap, get the cheapest one.

You can save a lot of money by buying the bigger bag of rice. But make sure you do not forget about it! It must be kept in a rat proof container.

You can buy some clothing items such as men’s socks and underwear because those styles don’t change. Avoid buying children’s and women’s clothing, those styles change too much.

Try to get a two-year supply of these items. You will save lots of money!

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