Of all the spending that my family does in a month, groceries are the one area where we consistently spent WAY TOO MUCH.
It’s so easy to run to the store during the week for a few things. And it doesn’t seem like you’re really spending so much, right? But $10 here and $20 there adds up so fast.
In the last couple of months, I’ve been on a mission to whip that grocery spending into shape. Seriously, we spend enough that cutting back would be like having a part time job.
Yes, that much.
The good news is that I’ve been able to cut my grocery spending in half (so far!) and I promise, if I can do it, you can, too.
Project Buy a House is my three-year-plan for becoming a homeowner. I hope you’ll come along for the ride, even if your goal is different from mine. If you’re new to this series, you can read the first post here. Click the button above if you’d like to sign up for an email notice of new posts and get a free 23-page C.H.a.O.S. Binder Quick Start Guide.
Last Monday I introduced a new series called Project Buy a House. This is my three-year-plan for becoming a homeowner (or at least a home buyer!) I hope you’ll come along for the ride. Click the button above to sign up for an email reminder of each week’s post and get a free 23-page C.H.a.O.S. Binder Quick Start Guide.
This week we’re going to talk about figuring out just exactly where your journey to owning a home starts.
Project Buy a House is an ongoing series that details my own roadmap to homeownership for my family and give lots of ideas that you can implement yourself.
It’s not for the impatient. This is the long game. We’ll be talking about improving credit scores, saving up a significant down payment, getting out of debt, and learning to live within our means. New posts go up on Mondays. I hope you’ll come along for the ride. Click the button above to get email notices of each new post in the series.