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Give me 20 minutes and I'll show you how to save 20% on groceries

Hi Blue,

You probably already know this, but real food on a budget is my “thing.” It's truly an honor to share with you what I've learned over the past several years about how to:

→ PLAN healthy meals your family loves
→ SHOP for real food (at markets and stores)
→ SAVE MORE of your hard-earned grocery dollars

Because let’s be honest – eating real food on a budget often feels like an uphill battle, right?

  • You WANT to afford organic, but you can’t get around the price.
  • You KNOW cooking from scratch is healthier, but how do you make it work with a busy schedule?
  • You NEED the best deal possible, but you can’t drive all over town to get it.

But the biggest problem of all?

How in the WORLD do you make all this work within a budget?!

Believe me, I TOTALLY get it.

There have been PLENTY of times when I wanted to stop all the thinking, stick a frozen pizza in the oven and call it done. That would work today, but what about tomorrow, or the next day?

There HAD to be a way to have my cake and eat it too – to be able to prepare healthy food my family actually LIKED eating, without spending all day cooking OR all day shopping, and to do it without going broke.

And that’s exactly how Grocery Budget Bootcamp™ was born.

Eventually, everything started to click.

→ I spent LESS time shopping and MORE time doing fun stuff with my family.
→ I learned how to cook meals that EVERYONE liked (which meant less plates scraped into the trash).
→ Eating healthier and sticking to our $330/month budget became (dare I say), EASY.

And it feels SO AMAZING!

In Grocery Budget Bootcamp, I share the exact same organized approach that I use to eat real food on a budget and it’s broken down for you into one SIMPLE step at a time. It is the hold-your-hand guide for eating healthy food without going broke that I wish I had when I stood overwhelmed in that frozen pizza aisle. This method eliminates frustration and confusion, and instead gives you a step-by-step plan that actually WORKS.

Enrollment for Grocery Budget Bootcamp hasn’t opened yet (and will be EXTREMELY limited when it does), but in the meantime, I want to give you the chance to watch the first video in my new training series, Grocery Savings Made Simple.

In this training I share why your grocery bill always seems to be too high, and what you can do to reverse the trend. These ideas are practical and they WORK, letting you easily save more money at the stores. Believe me – you won’t want to miss it!

Click HERE to watch the first training video.

(View the presentation HERE and if you haven’t already, download the workbook HERE.)

Stay tuned for more details about Grocery Budget Bootcamp and our second training video (which is coming soon). If sale flyers make your head spin, and you’re not sure how to know if sale prices are any good anyway, the next video will definitely help!

In the meantime, check out the first video in my Grocery Savings Made Simple training and be sure to leave a comment letting me know what you’ve learned!

Blessings,

Tiffany

PS – This training is only available through March 28, 2017. Be sure to watch this FREE training series before it’s gone - click HERE to watch the videos.



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