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Hey everyone! Marty over at Ephemera, a site about “exploring the world of old paper,” interviewed me about found grocery lists and my upcoming book,… Read More »Interview with Grocery List Collector Bill Keaggy
“These products subtly (or not-so-subtly) illustrate the ways in which another culture is different from ours, even in basic behaviors such as food prep.”
“The grocery lists most people jot down before going to the store can create a mental loophole for impulse food. That’s because the act of… Read More »Grocery Lists Don’t Guarantee Healthy Choices
“In this day and age of costly gasoline, consolidating errand trips can have a major impact on your wallet. My family lives in the boonies… Read More »Make a list and check it twice to cut down on visits to store
“Grocery shopping gives me agita. Right after I select a shopping cart I have to pop a handful of Tums. The worst is when you… Read More »Grocery stores: Living hell or masochist’s heaven?
FREE BOOKS! | It’s that time again. The first person to write in and request one of the books linked below gets it for free.… Read More »Free books: It’s the March GLC giveaway!
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“Everyone has to eat and it seems that most people have stories about where their food came from, especially stories from many years ago when… Read More »Memories of grocery stores are all that remain from years ago
“Most grocery stores have seen it: a forlorn shopping cart miles away from the store, complemented by a shrinking supply of carts. Often, stores count… Read More »February is Return Shopping Carts to the Supermarket Month