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Want to Save $1,000s on your Groceries? Let The Penny Hoarder Make Over Your Budget!
I know firsthand how challenging it can be to fill your shopping cart with healthy, yummy groceries without going over your budget.
How? Well, I took on the responsibility of food shopping for my family when I was just 13.
I felt some pressure over bringing home tasty food without spending more than my family had budgeted — who wouldn’t? But I also managed to make grocery shopping into a sort of game, trying out lots of tactics for saving money on food. I experimented with everything from shopping in bulk to meal planning to freezer cooking to coupons.
And guess what? It worked!
In fact, it worked so well that Oprah and ABC News and other news outlets ended up featuring my strategies for saving on groceries. That’s a big reason why The Penny Hoarder was born.
Since saving on groceries is how I got into serious penny-hoarding, it feels fitting that our first online course is on this very topic. It’s called Grocery Budget Makeover, and you can sign up starting TODAY!
What Will You Learn in Grocery Budget Makeover?
As much as I love couponing, this isn’t your typical couponing course.
In fact, while we’ll touch on a few smart strategies for using coupons to save, most of this course focuses on other methods, like meal planning, stockpiling your pantry and avoiding common traps used by all the grocery stores to get you to spend more money.
Over the 10 weeks we work together, you’ll learn how to slash your grocery bill by 20%, 25%, even 50%. Over time, this can add up to thousands of dollars in savings!
When you’re shopping for a family, you know how important that cash is. It can go toward rent or college or a vacation instead.
Let Me Teach You My Favorite Tricks for Saving on Food
The best part?
You’ll learn directly from me — I’m Kyle Taylor, founder of The Penny Hoarder — along with one of my favorite meal-planning moms, Erin Chase, queen of the popular website $5 Dinners. Erin is known for managing to feed her family of four boys a delicious and healthy meal for just $5 a night.
As you can probably tell, the two of us don’t just talk about how to save on groceries, we live our own advice. These are tactics we’ve used personally to purchase food for ourselves and our families, strategies that have helped us put more money in the bank.
We’re looking forward to sharing lots of ideas with you! Sound intriguing? Join us for the course!
The course begins Wednesday, Sept. 16, and runs for 10 weeks. It’s online, which means you can benefit no matter where you are. All you need is an Internet connection and the willingness to try a few new strategies!
We have a limited number of spots available, so grab yours soon if you’re interested. Sign-ups close on Tuesday, Sept. 15, at midnight!
Oh, and while many of the opportunities we offer on this site are free, this one does come at a small cost: $49. But that’s a one-time payment, and folks who have worked through the material tell us it helped them save far more than that, which always makes us feel good.
What are you waiting for? We can’t wait to share our favorite money-saving tactics with you.
See you in Grocery Budget Makeover!