Shopping List for Families

 

Turn your household mattresses at least three times a year. Sherlene® LINK

 

JANUARY:

Office Supplies, Luggage, Sports equipment, Exercise equipment, Bed Linens, White Linens, Furniture, Apples, Broccoli, Eggs, Pork, Beef, Chicken, Oranges, Christmas Candy, Cruise-trips


FEBRUARY:

Mattresses, TVs, Cameras & Camcorders, Snow blowers, Winter clothes, Apples, Chicken, Broccoli

MARCH:

Grills, Luggage, Cruises, Easter candy, Frozen food items, Beef, Chicken, Pineapple, Eggs, Apples, Household cleaners, Gardening tools

 

APRIL:

Cameras, Outdoor power equipment, Vacuums, Cabbage, Peas

MAY:

Major appliances, Kitchen appliances, Beans, Beef, Pork, Corn, Lemons, Strawberries, Peaches, Tomatoes, Pineapple, Summer Squash

JUNE:

Summer toys, Pool supplies, Tools, Cherries, Sweet corn, Melons, Plums, Tomatoes, Beans, Beef, Berries


JULY:

Furniture, Grapes, Peppers, Plums, Okra, Tablet tech devices, Cell phones

AUGUST:

Summer clothes, Computers, Small appliances, Plums, Office supplies

SEPTEMBER:

Cars, Outdoor Equipment, Fall Squash, Sweet Potatoes, Office supplies, Clothing, Mattresses

OCTOBER:

Jeans, Household items, Bicycles, Big Appliances, Flour, Sugar

NOVEMBER:

Electronics, Used cars, TVs, Butter, Flour, Sugar, Halloween items and candy, Baby items, Wedding dresses

DECEMBER:

Toys, Butter, Flour, Sugar, Office supplies, Candles, Free calendars from businesses

Source: Parents Magazine (Jan. 2012).  


 

_How To Save On Your Next Electric Bill  Sherlene® LINK

 

_Think Twice Before Purchasing These Items At Cotsco, Sam's, or BJ's   Sherlene® LINK

 

_Grilling Tips Sherlene® LINK

 

 

_45% of moves occur during the weekend just before Memorial Day through Labor day. (Source: Uhaul, 2018)

 

_Household savings tips and coupon sites from Sherlene's Family Bond Paper blog, Sherlene® LINK

 

 

 

 

Sherlene says...
"Did you know that summer heat drains your car's battery more than the cold of winter? Heat shortens battery life, and speeds up battery corrosion. Be mindful of the level of electronic usage: portable DVD players, radar detectors, GPS systems, satellite radios, etc. Source: aaa.com (2014)" (7/27/16)