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The 2018 Ultimate Homemaking Bundle is LIVE!

The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle is back! Join 100,000 women who have said YES to the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle since 2012. Get 129 eBooks, eCourses, and printables designed to help you declutter and organize your home, balance your many roles, meal plan and serve healthier meals, plus resources for parenting, marriage, working from home, self-care and much more. 98% off. 6 days only. 

Save money on groceries and household essentials with these easy to use rewards programs

I’m not using these rewards to cut our grocery budget drastically. Instead I’m using them to tuck away a little bit here and there for buying items that are already on my list so we have some extra cash for fun splurges or Christmas and birthday gifts. Again, it’s not going to put mega bucks in your pocket, but if you are already shopping, what does it hurt to spend a few minutes uploading your receipt to a few places to earn some pocket change? 

Is it possible to eat healthy on a budget?

Now, I’m not a dietary expert. Heck, I’m not much of an expert on anything – other than maybe rocking some awesome colored hair – but we have a fairly limited grocery budget (we stay under $90 each week for our family of seven) and still manage to eat a mostly balanced diet. Could we do better? Always! But over the last nine years of menu planning and frugal shopping habits I’ve learned a few tricks for eating well on a budget.