If you love grocery shopping, how have you made it an enjoyable experience? I usually go at night now when it isn't as crowded so I can take my time to look at products since our TJs is a tiny store that is often crowded during the day. I haven't gotten into cooking from recipes unless it's every now and then so I usually buy the same kinds of meat to heat up and serve with sides like salad and rice or one of the many made TJs meals where you just heat and serve. Sometimes I shop with a list and sometimes I browse. With all the nutritional info going through my mind "no that's not healthy, but it tastes good" I allow myself to buy a few treats but since I take the time to read the labels as I'm choosing something it makes me feel a little stressed because it makes the time in the store longer and I wish I could make choices faster when I'm thinking through those thoughts ("not healthy, but I want it, no put it back :lol:"). So how do you make grocery shopping enjoyable if you like to shop without feeling deprived of treats that you know you'd love but you know are not healthy for you either!? Also, do you think shopping with headphones is impersonal looking? I love listening to music and maybe that would help me feel less stress while being the grocery store since I love listening to music in the car or at home to relax.