Yesterday I not only shared our menu plan for this week, but I also admitted that my grocery spending is not in control. As much as I want to save, I am feeling like I have gotten off course and need a hand to get back on. I know what I want to do, but feel as though things are getting more disorganized all the time.
When we moved to Small Town several years ago, my normal shopping routines which I had learned while living in various Big Towns, just did not work. At first I tried to keep doing what I had been, but soon life became busier and it became glaringly obvious it was not working. I looked for ways to keep saving, and while I found them I did not fully implement the shopping strategies needed to use them wisely.
Currently I spend less than $25 per person per week, not counting eating out. This may not sound like much, but I know it could be a lot lower with some better shopping strategies and forethought. With George’s and Jack’s increasing appetites, I know our spending is only going to increase in the future. Now is the time to regain control and put together a game plan.
Life has changed yet again and I often find myself in Big Town on the weekends. With a bit of planning I could easily work a shopping trip into our activities. It may not longer be the multiple store trips of old, but it would still save us money.
When Crystal at MoneySavingMom.com mentioned she was having a sale on Grocery University I knew this was a great opportunity for me to jump back on the wagon and start saving our family more money on our grocery bill.
So what is Grocery University? From their website:
“This original, in-depth course goes deeper than anything you’ve ever seen before and will have you stretching your grocery budget farther than you ever thought possible! I’ve taken years of experience teaching live seminars and developed a comprehensive strategy that’s proven to reduce your grocery budget.
And there’s no reading required! If you’ve been wanting to learn about saving money on your groceries but haven’t had time to sit down and read all the websites you’ve had bookmarked for months, this is the course for you – just download the MP3s and listen anywhere! You’ll learn everything you need to know by listening to the series.”
Tuesday ONLY, Money Saving Mom is celebrating the relaunch of Grocery University with a fabulous sale.
5 a.m. CT – we’ll kick things off with the low, low price of $2.97
8 a.m. CT – price goes up to $3.97
11 a.m. CT – price goes up to $4.97
2 p.m. CT – price goes up to $5.97
5 p.m. – price goes up to $6.97
8 p.m. – price goes up to $7.97
11 p.m. – price goes up to $8.97
To get in on this deal, head over to GroceryUniversity.com for this crazy Re-Launch Day Special Pricing!
If you are not sure about spending the money for something like then, then perhaps this will ease your mind. There is a 60-day money back guarantee. From their website:
“Our 60-Day Money Back Guarantee
I’m so confident that the Grocery University seminar will teach anyone how to drastically reduce their spending that we have a 60 Day Money Back Guarantee if you’re not completely thrilled with the money you’re saving. Just contact us within 60 days of purchase if you’re not satisfied and we’ll refund 100% of your money, no questions asked.”
Over the years I have learned so much from Crystal and been encouraged to keep growing and trying new things. I am excited to check out Grocery University and learn new and different things. Though I have been couponing and trying to cost-consciously shop for over 10 years I know there is always room to learn and grow. How about you? Ready to save more on your grocery bills?
This post does contain affiliate links. Grocery University is something I think can benefit everyone and would tell you about it even if I did not make a little bit from you clicking one of the links above and purchasing the package.