Tip of the Day: Saving at the Grocery Store

Advice on feeding your family without breaking the bank.

March 18, 2010— -- How can you feed your family for less money? The first step is to eliminate impulse spending at the grocery store. If you plan your meals ahead of time, create a shopping list, and stick to it, you can cut your food budget without sacrificing on taste.

Meet the mom who feeds a family of six on about $4 a week! Super-saver Kathy Spencer shows how to clip coupons for amazing savings. CLICK HERE for more.

"GMA" consumer correspeondent Elisabeth Leamy can help you become a "guerrilla grocery shopper."To get her tips for saving at the supermarket, CLICK HERE.

More Tips for Living on a Budget:

"GMA's" Savings Makeover found $188,852 in savings for one family. CLICK HERE to learn how they did it.

CLICK HERE to learn how to cut your budget with creative couponing.

"GMA's" personal finance contributor Mellody Hobson has advice on how budgeting and cutting back can be a valuable lesson, especially for children. CLICK HERE for more.

Two frugal moms from Chicago cut thousands of dollars from their budgets, using strategies such as cooking from scratch, purchasing used cars, shopping at thrift stores and finding freebies. CLICK HERE to get all their advice.

"GMA's" consumer correspondent Elisabeth Leamy has great advice on how to save on all your monthly bills, from car costs to cell phones. CLICK HERE for her tips.

Once you start reducing your expenses, you can make the most of your savings by investing it properly. CLICK HERE for Mellody Hobson's top five financial tips for 2010.