Heck yes… I’m a student, therefore a VERY limited budget… I weigh the price of everything before it goes into my basket. Canned veggies are a lot cheaper than fresh or frozen, unfortunately (I’d prefer fresh.) I normally use egg substitute but lately have been buying 1/2 dozen eggs instead because it’s so much cheaper, although not nearly as healthy. Dry milk powder instead of fresh milk (I don’t drink it, just use it for cooking.) Store/generic brands of almost anything unless I know I can tell a big difference. Coupons and sales when possible. Very rarely buy meat – I use canned beans for protein. Thankfully I don’t eat a lot. Rarely, if ever, eat out – even fast food; when I do, I usually get a kids’ meal. And I hate to admit it, but I do 99% of my grocery (& other) shopping at Wal-Mart, because it’s just cheaper. In other areas, DBF and I have cut back our trips (200 miles round-trip) to see each other, to save gas, and I am hoping to get a used bike off someone to use to travel back and forth to school instead of driving. I can’t cut money anywhere else – cell phone is already the cheapest plan available, ditto for cable (antenna doesn’t bring in ANYTHING, or I’d get rid of cable altogether), and unfortunately rent/car payment/insurance are kind of "set." There’s just not enough money to go around.