but don’t know where to start?
- Have you tried to clean out the pantry but get lost on what should stay and what should go?
- Are you frequently wasting a lot of food that could become a whole new meal?
- Has making dinner become so complicated that you reach for the package meal instead?
- Is your grocery budget out of control and need to be tightened up?
- Do you need new ideas on making some extra money to cover unexpected expenses?
- Are you struggling to make healthy choices when it comes to feeding your family on a budget?
Have we made a healthy lifestyle too complicated?
In some ways yes. But it doesn’t have to be.
Cleaning out the pantry, wasting less food, simplifying meals, and saving money on groceries can be overwhelming at first.
But if you take apart the goals you have and sort them into smaller, more realistic steps, you CAN achieve success. One simple change at a time brings you and your family into a better, healthier lifestyle.
So how do you start to make those changes?
My name is Tiffany and besides being an ordinary mom with 2 kids, holding a full-time career as CEO of an online business, I’m also a healthy living enthusiast, a blogger and the creator of the hugely successful meal plan membership Frugal Real Food Meal Plans.
This membership alone has helped thousands of men and women positively change their health. In fact, the same insights and methods found inside are the reasons why my husband and I are able to keep our grocery budget at $330 each month for our family of four.
However, the reason I put this guide together for you was because I was once struggling to create new habits that kept my family on track with eating well and spending less.
Back when I cut back our grocery budget by $200 I used coupons and sale guides to purchase many of the foods we ate, which mostly came in boxes and packages. I thought a lot of what we were eating was healthy, it was low-fat and “natural”!
Well, I started researching the ingredients in those boxed and packaged foods and realized that I was NOT feeding my family the best that I could. I was upset, overwhelmed, and not quite sure where to start.
In order to achieve a big shift in the way we ate, I had to break it down into smaller chunks. So that’s what I did.
Looking back at the ways I tried and failed to create new habits, I have discovered a simple, logical way to take the steps to make a fresh start in the kitchen. Following a written plan makes it so much easier.
In this 22 day guide to starting over in the kitchen, I’ve put together for you the best ways to clean out your panty, reduce food waste, simplify meals, and choose real foods for your family.
And guess what? It will all save money.
Don’t get overwhelmed yet. I’ve broken down the steps to a cleaner, fresher, and healthier kitchen into easy to do tasks. Making small changes one day at a time will bring you to a healthier life!
If you want to cut out sneaky additives, learn to bake bread from scratch, or feed a crowd with real food, you CAN do it. You simply need to build habits a little bit at a time.
Whether you are at the beginning of your real food journey or needing to refresh the habits you once had, this eBook will help you.
You will learn how to:
- choose what to keep and what to ditch from the fridge, freezer, and pantry
- use up the food you have and quit wasting leftovers
- simplify your meals and meal planning in order to free up your time
- start making more meals and food from scratch
- This hold-your-hand guidebook will show you how to do it, one day at a time.
Go ahead – order now while you’re still thinking about it and while this offer is still valid!
I am confident that your life will be transformed with this eBook once you start working through the daily challenges inside. I have no doubt that in less than three weeks, you’ll feel better, be less overwhelmed and be more confident in your steps towards good health.
Author of 22 Days to a Fresh Start
PS – Don’t put off your health until “someday” because “someday” will never come. Now is the time for you to take your budget and the food you eat into your own hands, but don’t do it alone! Let this book be your guide!