I can’t afford to simply walk into the grocery store any longer and get random products off the shelf if I feel like it.
It’s hard enough to afford my essentials and find the money to purchase them, I surely cannot manage splurges any longer. I can’t just buy a treat every single time I go to the store for a handful of groceries as it’s getting out of hand. This is an extremely easy trap to fall into because most of the grocery stores in my area have donuts, candy, and coffee that are hard to resist some days when I’m browsing for my grocery essentials. That’s one reason I moved towards shopping online and having the stores get items ready for me before I even leave my house. Then I can drive over and have an associate bring my items out to my car via curbside pickup. During the pandemic, many stores that lacked curbside pickup decided to implement their own versions of it. Between pickup orders and shopping specific sales at each store, I can save lots of money each week while I’m running my errands. Since I also consume marijuana daily, I have to be careful about that expense as well. Buying any random marijuana product at full price is foolish if you can wait a week for a sale that gives you the same thing but at 25% off. I can wait and shop during the sales at each medical cannabis store, thus guaranteeing that I never pay full price when procuring my various cannabis products every month. Since the cannabis stores are competing with these sales, there’s no reason to waste money and avoid watching them consciously. It’s worth the cost of savings to become savvy with medical cannabis store purchases.
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