Boost Your Budget {Week 1}

Boost Your Budget Pantry Challenge

Welcome to week one of the Boost Your Budget Pantry Challenge with Shopper Strategy and co-hosts Making Time For Mommy, Going Crazy Wanna Go?, Matter of Cents, Frugal Mom of Two, Joan, Mama’s Money Tree, The Frugalista Chick, Coupon Pals, How About Free, Sweeping The USA, Pary Moppins, Coupon Pals, Thrifty Divas, TheItMom.com, Mommies Point of View, Full Price? NEVER!, Crunchy Frugalista, Fab Find Foodie, A Savings WOW!, Danielle Leonard, Adventures in Coupons, and Generations of Savings.

The new year has started and I know many people have made a resolution to spend less money {including myself}. With that goal in mind I am excited to be helping host this blog hop because it’s all about saving money on something we have to do-eat!

All you have to do is write a post about how you plan to spend less on food in the month of January and add your post to the linky below. Your goal can be eating out less, not buying any snack foods, or spending less money than you normally do at the grocery store. This challenge will run the entire month and each Monday there will be a new linky so that you can share how you are doing on your goal. Each week one person who links up will be chosen to win a $25 Coupon Clutch gift certificate.

My goal this month is to eat out less. Though I make a menu plan weekly we sometimes eat lunches out or grab something quick for dinner when we are out and about and I really want to do that less this month.

What is your goal? Please link up below to share with everyone and enter to win a gift certificate to Coupon Clutch.

Comments

  1. That sounds like a very good way to see budget savings very quickly. Good luck in the challenge.

  2. I’m really hoping to eat out much less this month too! I’ve also set a goal of spending less than $100 on groceries this month, then I went out and “blew” $30 today so I’m really going to have to tighten up for the rest of the month :) I am excited about the challenge though and I’m sure we can make it!

  3. http://clarissaneiding.blogspot.com/2012/01/boosting-my-budget-at-grocery-store.html I tried my best! It was a bit of a failure however! I feel defeated!

  4. Regina Trobee says

    I really want to use more of the coupons I get. This is my second year couponing, last year I found myself donating or throwing away, what seems like, 75% of the coupons I obtained. This month I plan to use at least 10 coupons per transaction.

  5. Lizzy Stearns says

    My family of 6 does a good job not eating out to much but to save I would like to plan our meals better before going shopping.

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