It is easy to go out to eat and blow the budget. I know, we have been there and done that! You say, we will just figure it out, and well the end of the month goes by and you do not close out your budget because your nervous to find out how much you actually spent on eating out. Once you try these tips though, you will help yourself from those moments of pain. It will take it away…well for the most part!
I failed and did not make a list when I went grocery shopping and still stayed under $65 for 9 meals! You might be thinking…how the heck did you do that? Well…I might have been going in the wrong direction when I made the choice to do it. But I needed to waste time and knew we needed food at home. I will teach you how I did it so you can do it to with these tips!
It is hard. It will take time. It will take time just like sleep training a baby, which we are in the process right now in our household. It is exhausting… but we can do it. It is horrible letting her cry in a less than 300 sq ft home, but I know we can do it. I continue to pray for help and remember that the Lord has given me a baby and he will deliver me in this time of trouble. Lucky, we made it with only 3 rough days and I’m here to tell you you can do succeed too!
Wonder how far you’ve come financially the year of 2020? It is Thanksgiving day so we want to share with you five ways to be thankful for where you are financially especially in this season of 2020. We’re going to show you how you can be thankful financially.
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