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At the moment all we are hearing about is Brexit. Will this impact our homes? Our family? Will it impact our shopping habits? Will we run out of food? Will it impact our jobs and our economy? I would like to think that it is in the good hands of our Government however with the way things have been handled over the past 2 years it has clearly been an absolute mess. I believe that Europe needs us as much as we need them so I expect some form of compromise to be announced over the coming weeks and months so lets not panic buy and hope that it comes to a successful conclusion. Below is a page from the BBC with up to date Brexit headlines and opinions. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/topics/cwlw3xz0lvvt/brexit There is also a link below to The Guardian's opinion on stockpiling food https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/feb/13/stockpiling-for-a-no-deal-brexit-might-make-you-feel-better-but-believe-me-it-is-pointless
Since my family have grown I now have to provide for a family of five so it's imperative that I receive value for money, gone are the days of spending £100 a week on my weekly shop for a household of two people, throwing large amounts of out of date food away and then eating out for tea every night. Shopping now at discount food chains such as Aldi and Lidl gives me value for money, my weekly shop is around £80 per week, where I would in comparison be spending around £120 - £150 a week at the larger supermarket chains for a similar shop. Batch cooking is a great idea to spread out your food, cooking bigger portions and then saving extra portions for your dinner the next day, saves on buying your lunch. Freezing your meals is also a great way to stop food waste rather than leaving them in the fridge and throwing them away. This enables me to run a family budget whilst also having some spare money for a family meal and treating us at the weekend. Below are a couple of links from Which showing the supermarkets price comparison and also an independent review on the best and worst supermarkets of 2019 so far. https://www.which.co.uk/reviews/supermarkets/article/supermarket-price-comparison https://www.which.co.uk/news/2019/02/best-and-worst-supermarkets-for-2019/