I’m coming round to my nine year “Strategic Shopping” anniversary — it was the winter of 2008 that I started paying attention to how much I was spending on food and household items.
By employing several savings strategies over the course of several months, I was able to reduce our monthly food and household items budget from around $450 to $265 (five people at the time, two in diapers). That almost $200 in savings every month allowed us to meet critical financial goals that we had prioritized and I felt like I had control over our budget, not the grocery store.
With the new school year starting, I know many of you are looking to whip your family’s budget into shape and probably one of the best ways to save is by learning how to shop strategically.
Join me on Thursday evening at 7 pm Pacific for a FREE web class as I share 4 Simple Ways to Save at the Grocery Store.
You will walk away with concrete tips and strategies that you can implement RIGHT NOW to lower your grocery budget. (Psst… it doesn’t involve coupons if you don’t want to use them.)
The class is absolutely free and on your computer, so you can be in your pajamas. You’ll also have an opportunity to ask questions at the end of the class!
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