Can Your Finances Withstand Any Storm?
What are you going to do differently this year? What is your plan to raise your personal “grade” in financial knowledge?
We often pay more for convenience and that money adds up…QUICK! And those “bonus” additives in pre-packaged, over-processed junk, make you fat, sick and broke! Is that REALLY what you want?
Over the years, I’ve had the opportunity to help a lot of people identify things in their budget eating up their hard-earned money. One of the most common places people waste money is actually a place where most people think they do pretty well… the grocery store!
It always shocks me when people tell me how much they spend at the grocery store, then act like it’s perfectly normal. “Oh, I ONLY spend like, two hundred dollars a week.”
Uh, HELLO! For YEARS, I have fed my large family on less than $100 a week! So, that other hundred dollars (or more) you’re spending each week? Stop letting that money go to waste! Because, if you throw stale food, leftovers or moldy fruit into the trash, you are throwing away your hard-earned cash.
Today I want to share a few tips to help out while actually in the store, list in hand. This is where the real damage occurs.
Recognize the fact we often pay more for convenience and that money quickly adds up! Not to mention, those “bonus” additives in pre-packaged, over-processed junk, make you fat, sick and broke.
Share this message with your friends and coworkers. These tips can help anyone to get out of debt, lose weight or just save some money. It takes two seconds to pass this message on and has the potential to totally revamp someone’s personal finances! Then, please share your favorite grocery money-saving tips below… I’m ALWAYS looking for new ideas!
And don’t forget to join me for The Dani Johnson Show today, when we share even more of my personally-selected tips and strategies to help you build a strong foundation for your success! You can find the show on your TV and radio and please remember you can always stream today’s show right here on our website.
In great faith,
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