Saving Money On Shopping
The coronavirus crisis has shifted shopping for clothes and luxury items to shopping for the more basic things in life. Supermarkets are cashing in on the new normal. More of us than ever before are becoming hooked on grocery shopping, cooking our food and baking our own bread. I can understand that the average person may be interested in becoming a domestic goddess, but I have to admit that I was a bit surprised to learn that many London escorts have turned over a new leaf. It would seem more than one girl from my local London escorts service are spending more time in the kitchen.
But, that is not the only thing girls at the local London escorts agency are doing. The other day, I got chatting to one of the London escorts who works locally. I have known her for a long time and we often stop and have a chat when we see each other. On this occasion, she was coming out of Aldi’s as I was going in. I took the opportunity to ask her if she preferred to shop in Aldi or Lidl. Both supermarkets have a high presence in our part of London. Apart from Tesco, they are probably the most popular supermarkets.
Just like me, it turns out that the local London escorts use both supermarkets. Tesco is okay and some London escorts do prefer, but most of the girls shop in Aldi or Lidl to save money. What are the pros and cons of both supermarkets? That is something that I was anxious to find out from my friend. As I have time on my hands at the moment, we sat down to have a quick coffee and chat about supermarket shopping. Not really the sort of thing you would expect London escorts to be interested in, but why not.
It turned out that we were of the same opinion. Both are really good supermarkets and have their strengths and weaknesses. Just like me, London escorts shop in Aldi to take advantage of special buys and specials on food. Aldi has a lot of offers on fruit and vegetables. It is called Weekly Six Best Buys and that is the reason why most London escorts shop in Aldi on a weekly basis. Special buys are often better than the same offers in Lidl and girls have even started to buy clothes in Aldi.
What about Lidl? Well, there is one main reason local companions like to sop buy Lidl first thing in the morning. You have probably heard of their bargain boxes costing just £1.50. They are packed with fruits and vegetables that may look a bit wonky or are about to go past their sale by date. However, they are still safe to eat. If you play your cards right, buying a special buy box from Lidl can save you a lot of money. You can cook ahead and meal plan around your box. So many things can be frozen, but above all, cooking ahead using your bargain box offers fantastic value for money.
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