There are two Gs that have been hitting a sore spot among Americans these days: gas and groceries. The rising prices of food and gasoline have caused many people to cut spending corners in many areas of their daily consumer lives, and the New York Times explored the various ways that people across the country are stretching their budgets in response to these higher prices. Have you adopted any of these practices in order to make up for the cost of gas and groceries?
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