I get how hard it is to save money in the grocery store. I do.
I remember when I used to go into the grocery store with a half finished list and I would just add things to my cart as I went along.
I always went over my budget. Now my grocery plan is clear every time I step into my grocery store. I’m usually under budget and it takes me less time. It’s so nice to be organized and not let me stress get the better of me.
Now before I tell you why you need to spend money to save money, let’s hear from someone else who’s taken the class!
Remember Kim (from the other day)? I asked her this same question…totally on the spot…she had no idea it was coming!
Without even having to think about it, she responded, “I made the $49 back in the first week, and then some as time went on. It really was an investment that I made to learn the tools that would save my family money. The support from the Facebook group is just priceless, it really is priceless.” (You can listen to it here: it’s one at the top!)
Yes, the Grocery Budget Makeover is just under $5 a week, or $49 total. (A bit more if you want to participate in the “Extreme Grocery Budget Makeover” version. And a bit less if you want the “Audio Only” version.)
Now, here’s my take on it…
Registration for this class ends on January 11th at midnight EST…so not too much longer to decide!
P.S. Have you watched my 5 Mistakes You Don’t Know You’re Making in the Grocery Store video yet? (This will give you a look at how the course works…with a new video and worksheet delivered to you each week.)
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