Surprise!! After years of people asking me to put together a resource on how to save money on groceries, I finally DID IT!
Allow me to introduce you to my brand-new eBook, Slash Your Grocery Bill: 25 Tried and True Practices.
To celebrate the launch, through Tuesday at midnight, you can grab a copy for the low price of just $7! After Tuesday, the price goes up to $17. This will likely be the lowest price it will ever be!
What You Will Learn:
Slash Your Grocery Bill is a comprehensive guide with simple, realistic short-cuts and time-saving tips to lower your grocery bill. It’s for anyone who has ever wished they could figure out the secrets for how to eat well on a small budget.
In it, you’ll learn…
- How to strategically plan a menu in just minutes each week
- Multiple menu-planning methods that have worked well for me
- How to set up a realistic grocery budget
- How to determine a grocery budget that actually will work for your family
- Why you should consider rotating the stores you shop at
- How practicing the Buy Ahead principle can save you hundreds of dollars each year
- How to stock your pantry on a limited budget
- DIY and homemade mix ideas, short-cuts, and time-saving tips
- Inexpensive and yummy snack ideas
- Our favorite budget-friendly pantry meal ideas
- And so much more!
“I don’t have time to clip coupons or shop at multiple stores!”
Right about now, you are probably wondering if this eBook is going to tell you how to save thousands of dollars per year by running all over town, clipping hundreds of coupons, and spending hours of time each week.
Take a deep breath… that is not at all what it’s about. I won’t suggest that you shop at 7 different stores each week, buy 31 bottles of something you probably won’t even use, or waste hours of time you don’t have tracking down deals and setting up a sophisticated coupon system.
“But, I don’t really think this will work for our situation…”
I get it. All of us have special circumstances and situations. There is no one-size fit all method for cutting your grocery bill!
You might have five teenage boys or live way out in the country or only eat organic or have four different food allergies or be in a high cost of living area… or you fill in the blank. Every single person’s situation is different.
I promise the strategies in this eBook will work for you!
I wrote this eBook in the hopes that no matter where you live, who lives at your house, or what kind of food you eat, you will be able to cut your grocery bill. I’ve taught hundreds of thousands of people in a myriad of different seasons and life situations how to save. So I promise that there will be many strategies in this book that will work for you.
(And if you buy it and are already doing every thing it suggests, guess what? I will happily offer you your money back! I do not want you to spend money on something that isn’t truly going to save you money and benefit your life!)
Yes! Please Help Me Cut My Grocery Bill!
P.S. This $7 price is only good through Tuesday! Don’t miss out. After Tuesday, the price goes up to $17! Get your copy here.
I don’t usually buy things like this, but I bought this ebook. I had been struggling with our grocery bill for years. In 2018, our grocery bill averaged around $800 per month for 5 people. In 2019, it was somewhat better some months, but even worse some months.
I decided to buy this ebook and try to see if there was anything that I could do.
The first month after getting the ebook, I spent around $500 on groceries for my family!
The biggest thing that finally got through my head after reading the book is to stop buying foods that aren’t at a good price. We now eat whats on sale and we have fun doing it. We shop mostly at Publix and Costco now. Publix has awesome BOGO deals every week so I stock up on staples when they’re half price and pair a coupon or Ibotta rebate with them if possible. I’m gluten free and I stockpiled more than 20 boxes of GF lasagna noodles when they were on sale.
This month we stocked up on a number of large items at Costco, so our total looks like it’ll be closer to $600 (still an awesome grocery total for our family, especially at Christmas), but I imagine next month will go down because we’re so well stocked already. That’s the good thing about bulk, is that you don’t have to buy everything every month.
We still eat stuff that’s high end, but we just make sure that we get it at a fraction of the original price. If we can’t do that, we usually go without and eat something else.
I buy our vegan mayo when it’s half off and just buy enough to get me by until it goes on sale again.
Yay! Thank you so much for sharing your success! We love hearing how people have been able to change their habits and see how it has helped. Woo Hoo! -Jordan, MSM Team
Crystal Paine says
Oh wow! This makes me SO happy!! Thank you for sharing!!
It’s really interesting how sometimes you already intellectually know what to do, but it takes a different presentation or perspective to actually implement it.
It just finally clicked from reading your ebook that no one forces me to buy expensive items. We can always just refuse to buy stuff if it’s not at a price that we want to pay. There’s always other less expensive things that we can eat instead.
Your book also inspired me to really hone in on figuring out how to work the deals of a particular store. Since we live in SE Tennessee and our Publix has great weekly sales, I’ve focused on doing great deals there and doing some minor supplementation from other stores. Learning exactly how to get good deals at Publix has really been fun and much less stressful than trying to work with 5 different stores. I’m gluten free and mostly dairy free and this is working for me. Those items go on sale and have coupons too. 🙂