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Eager to travel the world? Invest more in retirement? Upgrade your vehicle?
These might seem like tough goals, but they don’t have to be. In fact, your grocery budget is one of your more flexible and forgiving areas of spending. While you can’t determine how much the gas station will charge you for fuel this week, you candecide what to put in the grocery cart.
And guess what? You don’t have to give up steak and lobster forever. You can still eat like a king, even while reducing your grocery spending.
In this Grocery Savings Starter Kit, I’ve combined three key resources:
The Pantry Challenge ebook– A Pantry Challenge is simply the process of shopping your cupboards, fridge, and freezer before you head to the store to buy more groceries. By learning to make good use of food you’ve already invested in, you’ll reduce your spending and avoid waste.
“We have food at home!” will become your battle cry against over spending and unhealthier take-out.
How to Save Money on Groceries ebook – Who doesn’t want to get more for her money? This quick read lays out the basic strategies to reducing your monthly grocery spending while maximizing your food supply. You work hard for your money, so let’s see how very much it can get you!
A Week of Good Cheap Eats: Trim the Budget– This weeklong meal plan serves as a primer for how to meal plan using foods that are already a great value, from hearty, whole grain breakfasts to delectable dinners on a dime. You’ll eat well and spend your money wisely.
I can’t wait to see your grocery savings grow so you can do more great things in life!