I love Whole Foods. Really, I do. If I could eat it every day I would! If you are on a budget, it can be a little difficult to shop here. I have a few tips below for those who shop here that are on a budget:
1. Get the two person grab-n-go meals. There is plenty of food to feed two people, and they are usually $12-15, which is not bad. Everything is already pre-made and just needs to be heated up so it is also easy!
2. The 2 for $5 section. I will frequent this area and pick up a protein (like a pre-grilled chicken breast or a salmon fillet, etc.) and a side dish (like a twice baked sweet potato or sautéed veggies) and it's a great lunch or dinner for $5.
3. Sammies. Their pre-made sammies are relatively cheap, under $8.
I bought this as an impulse buy from Target. I opened the product at home, and when I applied it, it was so cakey and greasy. After I let it sit on my lips for a few minutes, it was dried into my lip creases, and I had to use eye makeup remover pads to get it off. I threw it out immediately!
I've been a gel eyeliner user for 8 years. I used to always use M.A.C fluidline, but that runs you about $30 for a small pot. I just purchased this one a month ago and I really like it. The gel itself is a little harder than the MAC product I am used to, but it has stayed moist and easy to apply. I also find that this lasts just as long as the MAC stuff (you can literally sleep with it on and wake up the next AM will perfect eyeliner still).
I've been doing the bulk of my grocery shopping at Trader Joe's for a few months now and I love it! I especially love their fresh, pre-made salads. They are under $5 each and are great to bring to work for lunch. I've tried some of the other pre-made meals and so far so good! The stuffed peppers were very filling and only $6 for two. Surprisingly, the sushi is actually not bad!
The frozen stuff is pretty good as well. I like their Indian food and pizza flatbreads. All for a pretty decent price.