“You can’t change anything when your ‘want-to’ is broken.” -Kevin Catalyst
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve received emails which say something like, “I really wish we could lower our grocery budget, but…”
You know what? If you start with that attitude, you’ll likely never succeed at having a better grocery budget. Sure, you might not be able to get your grocery budget down as low as someone else–maybe your family eats gluten-free, or maybe you eat all organic, or maybe you live in a rural area with only one over-priced store–but the truth is: you can lower your grocery budget.
But it will never happen until you stop making excuses and commit to change.
So I’m starting out this series by challenging you to set aside the negativity and commit to wholehearted willingness to change your mindset, your shopping habits, and quite possibly even your life.
Your grocery budget is likely never going to change until you are also willing to.
Has changing the way you think or shop changed your grocery bill? Tell us about it!