If you missed it live, watch the recording below to see how these five frugal bloggers feed their growing families real food on as little as $400 per month. And don’t miss the free printable download in the show notes at the bottom.
Meet our Panelists!
Saving money isn’t just a hobby for Danielle Tate, it’s part of her ministry. As a financial coach for Money 4 Life Coaching Danielle helps her clients reach their financial goals and save money through sound stewardship and budgeting. She’s the owner of Virtuous Woman Ministries and blogs at More Than Four Walls. You can find her on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, and Google+
Angi Schneider is a minister’s wife and homeschooling mom. She has 5 children still at home, who consume a never ending quantity of food. Angi is passionate about cooking real food that is simple, frugal and tastes good. She blogs their at SchneiderPeeps.com and is the author of The Gardening Notebook and The Busy Mom’s Guide ebook series. You can also find her on Facebook and Pinterest.
Luschka is a mom of two who who has had to maintain family life and diet on a very strict budget over the last two years. She has learned to feed her family real food from scratch, mostly, and has discovered the hidden value in organic food deliveries and veg boxes. Luschka blogs about her journey at Diaryofafirstchild.com and about food at keeperofthekitchen.com
Virginia is wife to a firefighter and a mother of four. A self-proclaimed cheapskate, Virginia does what she can to feed her family real food on a budget. You can find her sharing her heart about faith, food, family, and life after depression at VirginiaGeorge.com.
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Here are links to the resources mentioned in the show:*Panelist Virginia George made a beautiful free printable to get you started with meal planning and grocery shopping. Click here to download.
*Shop Wilderness Family Naturals for coconut oil in bulk.
*For paper goods and toiletries try Amazon Subscribe and Save.
*Save money by reducing trips to the store and impulse buys by shopping Amazon Prime. Our family saves about $240 per year using Amazon Prime on reduced transportation costs alone.
2 thoughts on “How to Save Money on Groceries – Panelist Discussion”
Could you check the download link? It seems to be circling back to this page… Thanks!
Oh no! I’m sorry the link was broken. All fixed now! :)