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What Do Your Grocery Shopping Habits Say About You?


Tags: groceries, grocery shopping, cart, shopping cart, habits, stock groceries

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By Macie Berlin on September 5, 2015

You wait until your fridge is completely empty before even thinking about making a trip to the store: You use resources until times become truly necessary.You enjoy the simple things and don’t put too much pressure on yourself to follow certain trends. The up side? What you see is what you get - your friends know who you are, and you’re never out to prove yourself. The down side? You may often find yourself missing appointments or losing your essential items.

 

You maintain a steady inventory: You always have something on hand - whether it’s blank holiday cards or frozen dinner options, you make sure that you’re set for anything at a moment’s notice. You likely enjoy playing host or hostess and feel uneasy when there isn’t a set “plan” in motion. While you are always organized, you sometimes may miss out in the freedom of spontaneity.

 

You’re digging into your cart items before you even hit the checkout stand. You open those fresh cherries or irresistible chips long before you’ve finished going through the aisles. You are all about instant gratification. When you want something - no matter if it’s a new job or that ice cream carton - you go for it. You are ambitious and unapologetic, but once in a while your decisions can be hasty, rather than determined.

 

 

Your grocery list is never the same: You love to explore different foods and options, and similarly, you are adventurous and open-minded. You love trying new things and are always game for a new activity. You’re constantly on the go, and when it comes to (literally) dropping things at a moment’s notice, you don’t stress about leaving anything behind.

 

You contribute to the shopping cart graveyard: Ever get home and realize you left an item back in the cart? You constantly empty your groceries without noticing the small, but numerous items that got abandoned. You rely mostly on your memory in your personal and professional life, and you’re great at recalling people’s birthdays, specific events or directions, but you often space about the little things - like leaving your keys, wallet or new item in the cart. A little help from TrackR keeps you from making numerous trips to reclaim your forgotten purchase.

 

 

Your food hardly ever expires: You are a creature of routine. You never overestimate what you need because you very rarely deviate. Your meals mostly look the same from day-to-day, and you arrive promptly for appointments, work and social events. You communicate well, manage your time and keep your home tidy and free of clutter. It’s ok to step outside of your norm every now and then, though and try something new!

 

You purchase foods that need other items to accompany them: You aren’t usually looking for stand-alone items, but rather foods that can be combined with an array of others. You are a creative person - in the kitchen and elsewhere, and you are confident and independent. You enjoy being around friends and family and are often the “organizer” or person appointed to be in charge of things.

 

 

 

 

About the Author

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Macie Berlin

Macie is the Content Marketer at TrackR and helps bring stories and tips to life. She loves all Pat Conroy novels and hanging out with loveable dogs!