Remember that feeling of going to the grocery store and seeing bare shelves? Googling “replacement ideas for toilet paper” was interesting. (Umm, that’s creative alright, but eww no thanks.) If that’s not your idea of a fun time, then keep scrolling…
What’s with grocery stores these days?
They seem to spring up overnight. And the size of them.
What happened to the quaint corner store? Now you have to cross two football fields to grab a gallon of milk.
(Without making eye contact with that green and white box of melt in your mouth deliciousness…not today Krispy Kreme.)
But you know what’s even worse than those regular “gotta grab one thing” trips?
It’s when you can’t make that totally normal grocery trip.
Maybe it’s because your whole family came down with the flu.
Or the car broke down. (Again.)
A job layoff. A state shutdown (seems crazy to think about that pre-2020, right??).
All things that are totally beyond your control.
…but you still have to eat.
What if I told you that you could have a pretty stockpile of food in your own home? So you don’t have to be totally dependent on the grocery store from week to week anymore.
You’d probably say, “I don’t have the money for that.”
Or “Who’s got that kind of space?”
Yeah, I used to say the same things. But now I can tell you that you can stockpile food.
In your space.
Without losing your mind.
What you need is a simple grocery shopping system that helps you:
- Have meals you can put on the table without a lot of planning…knowing that the family will actually eat them.
- Have food in your home that won’t end up thrown in the trash (look away so you don’t see your money going down the drain…er, trash can).
- Have a reasonable grocery budget…one that gives you wiggle room to save enough that you don’t have to put that replacement tire on the credit card this time.
A simple way you can stockpile food in your home. So when food is the last thing you should have to worry about…it can be the last thing you have to worry about.
Let’s take a sneak peek inside Your Grocery Budget Overhaul:
Use the pages in this workbook to sculpt the plan into one that works perfectly for your family.
The videos in this course help you cater the plan for your real life.
Whether you have food allergies, eat vegan, or have a family of tomato haters…this plan will work for you.
Shop at the big wholesale club? Small markets? The regular ol’ grocery store? No problem. The plan works with your life.
Even the workbook pages cater to your needs! You can print it out or type into it on your favorite device.
Module 1: It Starts at Home
- Tweak what you do well, learn the habits you need to drop.
- Get tricks that make meal planning a breeze. (With meals your family will actually eat.)
Module 2: Where to Store Your Food
- Never wonder where you’re going to keep all that food you brought home from the store.
- Have a cleaner fridge and less wasted money and resources.
Module 3: Start Your Stockpile!
- Figure out exactly what you should have in your stockpile. (Not mine. Not Susan’s. Yours.)
- Get your step by step game plan for waaay easier grocery shopping.
Module 4: Think Outside the Box
- Prefer the road less traveled? You’ll love this module. Get extra tips for saving even more money in non-conventional ways.
Get access to the Your Grocery Budget Overhaul course for just
$29 On Sale Now for $15!
(For the price of a drive thru trip, you can…uh, well, start making less drive thru trips.)
Here’s what real Moms are saying about Your Grocery Budget Overhaul…
“This course helped me to rethink the way I use my pantry. I already purchased in bulk, but with very little purpose or thought. Thanks to this course, I was able to add a few tweaks here and there and a couple of major changes to the WHY and HOW that I purchased pantry staples and my grocery budget reflected these changes. The workbook allowed me to record my thoughts and make a plan and I plan to keep tweaking that plan to save even more! This was truly a grocery budget overhaul and was so worth the time spent!!”
“This course was awesome at helping me overcome the daunting tasks of meal planning, sticking to a grocery budget, and reducing the amount of food wasted in my home. The step by step instructions alleviated my frustration of not knowing where to start and how to change old habits.”
Are you ready to have more money for your big goals?
Hi! I’m Jamie Jeffers, blogger at Medium Sized Family. My Hubby and I are raising 6 sweet but crazy kids 😉 (that range in age from 16 down to a baby).
After our third baby came, I decided to quit my job as a music teacher to be a stay at home mom.
Boy were we on a budget.
Over time I began to realize a few things.
- It’s cheaper to buy things on a fantastic sale. (duh) The grocery stores were playing a game I needed to figure out.
- Those 10 boxes of broccoli mac and cheese I got for $1 went to waste. Buying food everyone likes was a key strategy.
- Running out of food when everyone has the flu or the roads are slick with ice is not a good idea.
Lots of trial and error lead me to the best way to stockpile groceries on a budget.
My mission is to save you from all the trial and error, so you can skip to the good part. (Having food when you need it.)
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