dangermouseisace · 14/03/2022 19:22
If they're not on the list, don't buy them. I have a list on my phone that I tick off...as soon as list is complete I go to pay, and that's it.
I try to make our “unhealthy” things as they are more healthy and the children tend to be more self controlled. If a packet of biscuits is 41p then they're not bothered about demolishing it...if I've made biscuits they eek them out a bit more/they are more satisfying as better ingredients.
RampantIvy · 14/03/2022 19:29
- Make a list and stick to it. Try and write it in order so that all the veg are together, the meat/fish are together etc then you only go down those aisles.
2. Never shop when you are hungry - honestly it makes a huge difference.
3. Don't go doen the aisles that sell foods that will tempt you.
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