I've been taking stock of my habits including their impact on the environment and find that my driving is most frequently to the library and secondly to grocery stores. Since I love doing the first and only love the outcome of the second I am trying to rethink my approach to groceries.
Typically I would go to Trader Joe's (a drive across town), Vons (close by) and CVS (walking distance) each week plus stop at Sprouts occasionally (again a drive across town). Now since I find grocery shopping boring, I am thinking that I could go to Trader Joe's every 2 weeks and Vons every week but am not sure how to transition to that.
In addition, with the CDC announcement that it is only a matter of time until Coronavirus epidemic spreads to the US (no surprise there) I have been thinking about the need to have pantry supplies for extreme illness as well as for earthquakes and power outages. Again, not sure how to set that up.
I'd love to hear from you!
1. How often do you shop for groceries and how do you get organized to do it?
2. Did you do it differently in the past and why did you change?
3. What do you have in your pantry in case of illness? Please include over the counter meds and other supplies of that sort.
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