Thanks to everyone who participated in last week’s webinar! It was a great time and it sounds like all of you who were there live or watched the video replay after learned valuable ways to save at the grocery store.
I received this email from Katie who participated in a previous class:
Thank you for the webinar. It has solidified my resolve in finally being committed to saving money on groceries…
We have gone over budget each month and even dipped into our bills account, which as you can guess, resulted in not being able to pay one of our bills. I am tired of always wondering if we are going to have enough money to make it to the end of the month. So, I have signed up for the [course] and I am committed making our budget work for us so we can make it to the end of the month and have everything we need.
I can certainly relate to Katie’s story.
When my husband and I decided to get our finances under control, I observed that most of our budget item amounts were fixed. There wasn’t much I could do quickly reduce our mortgage payment or debt payments or school tuition. Yes, there are strategies to lower these costs, but they involve a bunch of time and research and we needed to cut costs somewhere fast.
Strategic shopping was our golden ticket.
With just a couple hours of work a week, I was spending less on our groceries and household items without changing what we ate. The return on my time investment was spectacular and after a few months of practicing my new savings skills, we were able to get our grocery and household budget (including diapers for two) down to less than $300 a month.
While my grocery budget has grown (as has our family) I still employ the same savings strategies that I outline in the Smart Grocery Savings course.
Budgeting, intentional shopping, strategic savings, meal planning, and sensible stockpiling has saved our family thousands of dollars over the past few years. Thousands of dollars that we’ve diverted to getting debt free, paying for school tuition, saving up for a new-to-us car, and generous giving.
It’s not just about getting more mustard, toothpaste, and Windex for less money.
It’s about taking control of your budget, telling your money what to do, and using your savings to accomplish your financial goals.
Are you ready to take control of your grocery budget?
I created the Smart Grocery Savings course just for you.
This course contains every single thing I’ve learned about saving money in the grocery store from 9+ years of strategic shopping. It’s the strategies that I and thousands of Frugal Living NW readers have been using to slash our budgets by up to 50% and still eat the way we want.
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