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Do you feel like you’re spending a ton of money at the grocery store?
Like every time you look at your grocery receipt, you think “I spent that much and got that little?”
I totally get it I feel the same way. My grocery budget seemed to be growing out of control which is of course not what we want when we are trying to grow our net worths.
So what can we do to spend less at the grocery store?
Meal planning that’s what.
Meal planning either for the week or the month or even longer could be the key to saving you tons of money over the long haul.
So stick around and I will share with you some of the meal planning on a budget ideas I use to save money at the grocery store.Continue reading
Does this sound familiar?
“Once again it’s the end of the month and I’m broke.
I don’t have any idea where my money went. I planned to save whatever money was left over at the end of the month but there isn’t any left over.
Maybe next month there will be.”
Ugh, how does this keep happening? I mean you are watching every single dollar that you spend, right?
Well, if you’re anything like me, you probably weren’t. I used to do this all the time. I’d look at my bank statements and ask questions like:
When did I buy that?
And why did I buy that?
Is it too late to take it back?
Because I’m pretty sure I don’t need it.
And that’s the trouble with flying by the seat of your pants when it comes to your money.
Trust me, girl, they got you especially when you don’t. Let me explain why at the end of the month you have no money left over to save for yourself.Continue reading
There is so much financial advice online, on tv, in magazines, that it can be a little overwhelming knowing what to do and what not to do.
Where do you start if you are a financial newbie, right? It’s confusing.
Here’s my advice: Avoid these 5 money mistakes and you are well on your way to becoming a financially independent woman.
These are common mistakes that lots of people make, including me (in the past). So lest you think, there is no hope, I assure you there is.
Another suggestion I’ll make is for you to download my free $1,000 Emergency Savings Fund Tracker & Action Plan.Continue reading