Earlier this week I asked a question on Facebook about eating out, and do you find yourself eating out more than you want to? I challenged us to keep track of what we do for a month, because if we don’t know where we’ve been, it’s hard to know where we’re going, and it’s more difficult to set an attainable goal because we’re running blind.
Today is a good day to tackle the other “big” spending issue, and that’s groceries. Next to eating out, grocery spending is top of mind for a lot of my clients. It’s like spending hundreds of dollars at the grocery store, but it still seems like there’s nothing to eat. Are you with me?
I know a lot of years ago, before I figured out how to meal plan effectively, this was a very big deal for me. I remember feeling like I was being priced out of grocery shopping, and that sick feeling in my stomach was compounded by the stress of not knowing what I could do about it.
Good news for you- you don’t have to figure it out. I did that so you don’t have to, and the system I’ve put in place works for every client, because it was built to work with you specifically, not a generic “one-size-fits-all” model.
Today’s conversation on Facebook touches on grocery spending…and if you want to spend some time with me, I’m happy to call you. Just book a date and time here.