I spent a lot of time on the bus on my way to work and in the subway, and the only place I ever got a grocery bag or two was on the train.
That was before the introduction of a “trucker’s pantry,” which is now widely accepted as the perfect way to keep a lot more money in your wallet than just groceries.
If you’ve got the money and the time, a good, efficient, cheap way to do it is to get a good-looking pantry, one that makes you feel good about yourself.
This list of pantry essentials is a great way to start the conversation.
You don’t need a fancy pantry or a big bag of groceries in your pantry drawer, but a basic pantry can help you feel more confident about spending.
And don’t forget about your kids.
Here’s a list of basics to get you started.