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These strategies are not just about paying off debt. It’s about living a financially-independent life with investments, savings, vacations… or any number of other things you dream about!
I get questions all the time, from people all over the world, asking how on earth I feed my whole family (and lots of frequent guests!) on an average of $100 per week. And NO, we don’t eat Top Ramen… I’m a gourmet cook! Lots of people just can’t believe I spend so little at the grocery store.
I’ve shared my strategies with tens of thousands of people, and everyone who applied them, saved hundreds (for some, even thousands) of dollars every month. Look at Londa, for example. She used to spend $400 a week on groceries for her family of 9. After taking the strategies I’m about to share with you, she now spends $85 a week. Plus, she paid off over $290K of debt!
Now, if you’re not in debt, that’s great and I am so proud of you! But don’t tune me out here. The strategies I’m sharing with you today are not just about paying off debt. It’s about living a financially-independent life. The money you save can be used for investments, savings, vacations… or any number of other things you dream about!
One place where people spend the most money is on food. Yes, food is essential. You cannot avoid having to buy food (unless, of course, you raise everything yourself). It’s just part of life. However, you really have to look at how much you’re spending and what you’re spending it on.
So, here are three easy ways to save money on groceries:
So today, I want to challenge you. I want you to use these strategies this week, and let me know what happens. You could be like Ivy, who was spending $250 on food every week, and is now spending $55-65 each week to feed her family of 5 (and she’s paid off over $10,000 of debt)!
I’d love to know your thoughts about The Daily Fix today. Have you tried any of these strategies? What were your results? What are your best money-saving tips for grocery shopping? Share them with me below!
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In great faith,
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