Shh… don't tell anyone I'm poor. They all think I'm living frugal and green just like everyone these days. This is a blog about a senior citizen living a frugal life, on a fixed income, in a low income food desert, and passing along knowledge from lessons learned. Some she learned from her Grandma Mama many years ago and some learned only a few days ago.
Well there I am playing around with Amazon trying to create a list of grocery items that are never given at a mobile food pantry. I was trying to figure out how to change a list from private to public. All I managed to do is create several lists with the exact same names. 4 called wish list and 3 called Anita’s grocery list and 2 called shopping list. Only two of the lists have items on them. The others are just names.
So many lists with the very same names only confused me more. What I wanted to do is delete the empty lists and keep only the two with items on them. DUH! I’m such a klutz. I managed to delete the very lists I wanted to keep. One person had signed up to follow the grocery list. I don’t know who it was and apparently I’ve deleted them along with the lists. I do apologize.
I’m still not sure how it all works but I’ve started adding things back to my grocery shopping list. I’ll leave the large item wish list blank for now and get back to it later. I have a question for those of you familiar with using Amazon shopping lists. Which is better? To add specific items or just general ideas? For example should I put something like Dawn dish liquid without details or should I search for a specific size and quantity of Dawn? It was suggested I look at powdered eggs. I liked that idea but when I was searching for powdered eggs up popped silly things like itching powder, poop emojis, and whoopee cushions. I can tell ya’ with silly searches like that a grocery list may take awhile. 🙂
Advice is really needed before I mess it all up again. 🙂