If you could save for something you want
By peggy baker
23 Jan 16
I decide what we want and prepare a list of goods before I go to shop. I always give first place for necessary goods. When I got my salary, I buy goods for month. I rarely buy vegetables, because I have a large and beautiful garden and it has many vegetables, fruits and flowers. I manage it well. So I can save some money from them.
• United States
22 Jan 16
My process tends to be something like this: Decide I need a certain type of item. Research said item, looking at a variety of options and price ranges. Narrow my options down to a few; monitor the price for a while while saving up. Wait to actually buy until the one I decide on hits the low end of the price range I've observed since watching it. Buying stuff at work is easier, because I can just log into the store system and compare the recent sale prices to whatever discount I might get to see what's better.