I read somewhere that September is the new January for adults. Maybe it’s the transition from the lazy days of summer to more routine, organization, and the anticipation of being in the house more.
September is an opportunity for all of us, regardless of whether we’re in school or launching our kids into school, to push reset.
Considering this, I’m wondering if you’re taking a new look at your family’s budget as the new school year rolls in. Are you looking for ways to spend less money?
Strategic shopping was and still is the key to keeping not only my grocery budget, but my family’s household budget in check. This stuff really works.
Check out Krista’s story on how strategic shopping has helped her family:
I found FrugalLivingNW.com by Google search when I knew there had to be someone out there who knew a better way to grocery shop. I was tired of spending so much on groceries every single week.
I remember telling my husband I would go all in for six months to see how strategic shopping would affect our budget. My first transaction had me hooked and I am still using these savings strategies seven years later!
The biggest change has been how I look at food prices. I now determine how much I am willing to spend on cereal and toothpaste, not the store. I’ve used that freed money in our budget to purchase more fruits, veggies, and high quality meat.
Now that I am working full time, my stockpiling, couponing, and deal-hunting trips are fewer, but still doable. I am now in control of our budget, not the grocery store.
I hear similar stories all the time from Frugal Living NW readers. Strategic shopping not only saves money, but it also puts you in the driver’s seat of your budget.
Just like Krista, you can determine how much money you spend on the items your family regularly uses.
If you feel like you’re at the mercy of grocery store prices like Krista once did, the Smart Grocery Savings course will help you reclaim your grocery dollars.
This course is absolutely comprehensive — you will learn every single thing I know about saving money at the grocery store. In addition to the shopping strategies, I go over how to specifically shop at eight different stores (Costco, Target, Fred Meyer, Amazon, and more!) — how to use the website, smartphone app, coupons, promotions, and more!
I am so excited for Krista’s story to become your story.
Register today for the Smart Grocery Savings course and let’s start saving some money!
Because I know you all love a good deal, so I have a special price just for the launch of this course! Save $10 through Wednesday evening!
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