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List Assists Businesswoman In Her Shopping Sprees

Nadi businesswoman Tracey Farrington has three words for her shopping spree – exciting, fast, and satisfying. Shopping spree is a short period of time in which someone buys a lot
12 Jan 2018 11:11
List Assists Businesswoman  In Her Shopping Sprees
Tracey Farrington shopping at Nadi on January 10, 2018. Photo: Waisea Nasokia.

Nadi businesswoman Tracey Farrington has three words for her shopping spree – exciting, fast, and satisfying.

Shopping spree is a short period of time in which someone buys a lot of things.

Originally from Australia, Ms Farrington is owner of the Nadi Farmers Club Bar Bistro and the Bondi Beach Bag Company in Nadi town.

Ms Farrington said: “Before shopping I like to make a list so that I’m prepared, it makes the shopping trip more decisive and I can target the needs quicker, plus I hate arriving home to realise I forgot the most important item.”

She tends to shop frequently, generally on necessity when things run out and or there is a need for replacements.

“Shopping for my family’s requirements is very important to me, first I select the important essential items, but always keeping in mind to find a few additional treats that will always puts smiles on their faces.

Ms Farrington loves and tries to achieve the best value for money.

“I never over stock the cupboards because I hate wastage, I prefer to buy what we need when we need it, it’s easier for me to budget this way,” she said.

“When buying fruits and vegetables – freshness is always important to get the best flavors, plus they last longer.

“When buying packed, tinned or bottled items always check and compare the use by date first.”

She loves going shopping with her son, Jayden, who enjoys shopping and is a great shopper.

“He always helps me select what we should buy, whether it’s in the supermarket, or shopping for fashion, it’s always more fun with him.”

Her message to the readers and consumers: “I suggest we all think about the nutritional value in the food you are going to eat and serve to our families and growing children, try to think about changing some bad habits and replacing them with taste healthy options.

“Cut back on over using salts and fats, too much can cause serious health issues. Break out of your regular habits by trying to cook something new once in a while. Selecting the best doesn’t mean it has to be the most expensive.”

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