CBS’s The Briefcase premiered, and the first two families both decided to give all the money to the other family. That is to say, each family independently decided to give $100,000 to another family without knowing that family was about to make the same gift to them.
Remember how I went grocery shopping last week and said “but it doesn’t feel like I bought any food?” Well, I was right on that count.
I came back from my shopping experience thinking “well, I got everything on the list, but I feel like I hardly bought any food.”
Matt Debenham is a writer, a parent, a teacher, and now he works at a grocery store too.
Now you can get checked out and helped out by a mental health professional who has a focus on your finances and your feelings.
On Aug. 11, Mary Ellen Burris, a senior vice president of consumer affairs for Wegmens, a family-owned grocery chain in upstate New York wrote a blog post titled “Sky High Beef” to explain to customers why beef prices have risen lately.
The other day, I wondered how my grocery store spending matched up with the old U.S. Department of Agriculture’s food pyramid, which they retired in 2011 (I have yet to accept their new plate chart), so I pulled up an old receipt I had on file to see how it would turn out. My dairy spending tends to be on the lower end because I usually will buy a tub of yogurt and a carton of organic milk every other grocery shop. Anyway, this is among the things I sometimes think about, which makes me perfect marriage material if you ask me! Excuse me while I load up on some more carbs.