Cheap shopping abroad
Cheap shopping abroad. How to find it, and what can be purchased? About this do not write on the Internet regular articles and do not tell in any TV program.…

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How to get rid of shopaholism?
A new phenomenon that appeared not so long ago, “helping” others to waste their time and money, is called shopping in the West. Translated into the great and mighty Russian,…

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What will be the shopping of the near future?
For someone to go shopping - hard work, for someone - entertainment and recreation. It is because of the second regular store will live for a long time. No Internet…

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grocery shopping

How to fill the refrigerator with food?

It all starts back in the supermarket. The shelves here can be arranged as you please, but the correct route is as follows: first everything that is not related to food (detergents, paper shawls, etc.) and groceries (sauces, vegetable oil, drinks, pasta, etc.), then – fruits and vegetables that are laid out on uncooled shelves, and then – what is sold chilled: dairy products, meat, sausages, fish. Continue reading

Basics of grocery shopping

There are many different types of torture and torture that overweight people apply to themselves. This is all sorts of diets (kefir, Kremlin …), and fasting, and torture in the gym, and sticking needles into the body, and carrying currents, and wrapping anything, and not eating after six. The list goes on and on – it’s endless. Whatever diet you choose, closer to the middle of the program you may be tired of the monotony of food consumed and want to make your menu more interesting. Continue reading

Price tags and supermarkets. How did Frank Woolworth create them?
We are so used to price tags and supermarkets that we can’t imagine modern trade without them. We think it always has been. Reads Yuri Bering No, no, and again…

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Shopping in london tips
For some reason, everyone who speaks or writes about shopping in London begins their story or article with an overview of expensive places such as Selfridges department store on Oxford…

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