Take the 30 Day Real Food Money Saving Challenge!

Guess what we’re going to do together in September? We’re going to eat sweet, crisp apples and save money. We’re going to sprinkle cinnamon on everything and save money. We’re going to take a leap into the fall season together, and take on simple real food challenges that will help us all save some grocery cash!

Who’s with me?

Take the 30 Day Challenge

It’s simple, actually. Would you expect anything less? 

All you have to do is:

Sign up to take the 30-Day Real~Food~Money~Saving Challenge here.


Throughout the month of September, I’ll send out quick and easy real food money saving tips. Should you choose to accept each challenge, you’ll be on your way to filling your table with simple real foods while keeping extra money in your wallet.

It’s a win-win!

Take the 30 Day Real Food Money Saving Challenge

As we settle into a new school year, I can’t think of a better time to focus on eating real food and saving money.

We’ll share some of the most basic, family friendly ways to save grocery money. And we’ll take the fear out of switching to a real food diet. Not only that, we’ll find out why eating real food actually tastes incredible and hmmm…is it possible that we can do all of this without increasing our grocery budget?

As a mom of four teenage sons who has made the switch from processed to whole foods, I can attest to the fact that eating real food has saved us grocery money. Tip #9 will actually share one simple way we save $1,000 every year by eating real food. True story!

I can’t wait to share all these fun tips and to extend challenges for your family to enjoy with me.

Are you ready?

Sign up to take our 30-Day Real~Food~Money~Saving Challenge!

As a thank you for joining us, we’ll give you a free copy of Heavenly Homemaker’s Top 10 Money Saving Recipes.

Top 10 Money Saving Recipes

 

Let the 30-Day Real~Food~Money~Saving Challenge begin!

Bonus points if you tell your friends about it. Friends don’t let friends pay too much money for groceries (or eat margarine), am I right? :)

Comments

  1. Mrs. Kelley Forrester says

    It won’t let me sign up:( It keeps saying my email address isn’t valid (I double checked to make sure I hadn’t accidentally misspelled it and I hadn’t).

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    Laura Reply:

    Strange! I have no idea why it didn’t let you, BUT I signed you up so check your inbox for a confirmation email! :)

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  2. says

    I’m totally in! I am always looking for new ideas/tips/recipes to help our budget. And 99% of your recipes have been a total hit in our house. We really appreciate it!!

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  3. Kellie says

    I want to sign up for the challenge but it says my email is invalid?

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    Laura Reply:

    That happened to someone else yesterday too (ironically, her name was Kelley)! I added you manually and verbally chastised my email system for its discrimination against my friends named Kellie/Kelley. You should have received an email asking you to confirm!

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  4. Lori says

    I tried two different email addresses and it said they were invalid as well.

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    Laura Reply:

    I can’t figure out why this is happening to some people! It’s working for most – so sorry for the frustration! I added you manually, so look for an email asking you to confirm!

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