Grocery budget is one of the most difficult categories in the Cents Plan (or budget as others call it). Overspending tends to be consistent. Eating out is easier than meal planning and cooking. Money Bliss is here to help.
Learn to overcome your bulging grocery budget.
Feeding yourself and your family a healthy, balanced meal doesn’t need to be rocket science. It just has to work for you and your family. You just need to put in a tad bit of effort in the beginning to save thousands.
Grocery budget is one of the easiest categories to save money.
Commit to work on meal planning and trimming you grocery budget! Small changes make a big impact.
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Grocery budget and meal planning do not relate specifically to the Money Bliss Steps. However, eating a nutritious meal helps brain function, which will help in all aspects of your life.
By saving money in the grocery budget category, it will provide more money to save money for other visions.
By saving an extra $100 on groceries and $200 on eating out per month, you can save $3,600 in a year! Not pocket change at all.
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