In my efforts to stay in my skinny jeans, I try to keep my fruit and veggie consumption a wee bit higher than my cookie consumption.
There are only 2 problems here:
1. cookies are essential to my being
2. produce is expensive
But the key to life is balance right? Thankfully, I’ve found quite a few successful ways to have a good supply of fruits and veggies on hand without completely emptying my wallet.
Whatever you call it, Target is my fave. Why? Although it might seem a little unbelievable, Target is the place I save the most money at. I’m going to show you how I get my Target runs in without breaking the bank.
I’ve put together a list of eight tips that will save you money at Target. Keep in mind that you do not, by any means have to use all of these methods because that can get really time consuming and confusing. Pick one or two easy ones to start with and build on from there. Number one on my list would be a great place to start, as it is essentially effortless and will generate savings on pretty much everything. Let’s start, shall we?
You know, I find it sort of funny that I started a blog about saving money as a college student when
I’m not in college yet.
But I will be in the fall! That counts right? Okay good.
Anyways, on to my post. Who loves Ikea?!
Ikea is a great source for finding budget friendly furniture and home products that are surprisingly tasteful and well made. I combed through their products to find my top ten picks for living in a dorm room that will definitely be making my shopping list. I mean, tv stand for only $20?!
Would you believe me if I told you that you could get
in the picture for not
$300 not $200 or even $150, but $104. That’s right. Add it up if you don’t believe me. Well it’s technically $103.21, but still.