Archive for the ‘ Money Saving Tips ’ Category

Free Menu Plan for 4-6 People

Posted on October 14th, 2017 by Karee

$75 Complete Menu

Groceries are the biggest expense most families have each month, next to housing. That’s a lot of money to be spending on food! Fortunately, you don’t have to break the bank to feed your family meals they’ll love. In fact, it doesn’t even take much time to plan a menu that fits your budget if [&hellip

Can You Afford to NOT Plan Your Weekly Menu?

Posted on March 28th, 2017 by Marla Schultz

grocery list for weekly menu

Your life is busy. Super busy. And probably the last thing you want to do at the end of a busy day is go grocery shopping. In addition, taking the time to plan a weekly menu—and make the meals—can seem overwhelming. But can you afford not to? If we’re not careful, both money and time [&hellip

Meal Planning for Couples

Posted on February 14th, 2017 by Marla Schultz

Meal Planning for Couples

Meal planning and budgeting as a couple? “Why?” You ask. “It’s much easier to grab fast food, dine out, or just buy a day’s worth of food at the local grocery store. After all, there are only two of us right?” That’s one way to look at it and, perhaps, you’re content with the amount [&hellip

Meal Boredom Busting

Posted on February 7th, 2017 by Marla Schultz

Meal Boredom Busting - Build a Menu

Do you ever get into a rut and find yourself making the same thing for dinner almost every week? Tacos. Spaghetti. Hamburger Stroganoff. Pizza. Mac and Cheese? The cycle repeats itself over and over. Food boredom sets in and you find yourself grabbing a meal—or two or three—at a restaurant, and your grocery budget is [&hellip

Goals for 2017: Save Money and Get Healthy

Posted on December 27th, 2016 by Marla Schultz

Save Money and Get Healthy

The end of the year is just a few days away and many of us are pondering New Year’s resolutions, setting goals, and making plans for 2017. For many of us, these goals center around our finances. Maybe its purchasing a home for the first time, or adding on to the one we already own. [&hellip

Christmas Breakfast Ideas

Posted on December 20th, 2016 by Marla Schultz

Christmas breakfast ideas

A glowing Christmas tree adorned with ornaments. The satisfying sound of wrapping paper ripped from Christmas packages. Delighted laughter as loved ones open their presents. And the fragrant scents of the season mingled with the savory aroma of a slow cooker breakfast casserole that has been cooking all night permeates the house. Or, perhaps, the [&hellip

10 Ways to Cut Back on Your Grocery Bill

Posted on February 15th, 2016 by Lisa Holcomb

ways to cut back on your grocery bill

Are you constantly looking for ways to cut back on your grocery bill? Do you walk into your favorite grocery store with the intent to pick up just 2 or 3 items and come out with a whole cart of things because “you might need them?” Or maybe every time you go to buy your [&hellip