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Saving money and eating healthy is not easy. Maybe you are trying to dig yourself out of debt but you want to eat healthy at the same time.
Maybe you are trying to overhaul your kitchen to use more real food and less junk and not break the bank.
Or maybe you have food allergies and need to balance them with your tight budget.
It’s all very overwhelming.
When Chris and I started out broke 12 years ago, we tackled our financial issues in baby steps. We used Dave Ramsey’s Baby Steps Plan to give us a place to start and decide what to do next. It’s a fantastic program that changed our lives and saved our tails when our lives exploded several years ago.
The Baby Steps concept works everywhere. When we learned how to workout and fuel our bodies to build muscle, we didn’t go to the gym and start squatting 200 lbs. We worked up to our goals. We started going to the gym a few days a week and learning how to lift weights. We tried a couple of classes. We learned about macros and building muscle. One step at a time, Chris gained 30 pounds of muscle. I gained 10 pounds of muscle then got pregnant – so you could say we both progressed.
Baby steps help us win. Baby steps give us one small goal to tackle so we can make changes in the middle of our busy, real lives.
Budget-Friendly, Healthy Eating Baby Steps
Welcome to the Save Money, Eat Healthy Baby Steps! Every month, I will challenge you with one baby step to help you save money and eat healthy.
In order to save money and eat healthy, you have to get creative, keep learning, and try new things. The Save Money, Eat Healthy Baby Steps help you do that.
I split each baby step into Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, and Obsessed Real Foodie. So whether you are brand new to healthy eating or have been making your own bone broth for years, there will be something for you!
Many of the challenges will focus on BOTH saving money and eating healthy. Some of them will lean more towards saving money, and I’ll show you ways you do it with more real food. Some will lean more towards eating healthy, and I’ll show you ways to make it more budget-friendly.
Are you ready for your first Baby Step? Let’s save money and eat healthy together!
All of the classes take place in the Cheapskate Cooks Facebook Group. It’s free to join!
Here’s how to get the classes:
- Go here and sign up for the Cheapskate Cooks 1-Minute Email
- Check your inbox for our first email and click the confirmation button
- When you click the button, it’ll take you to a page where you can join our Facebook Group!
Once you’re in our Facebook group, you can watch the latest class, which is always pinned to the top, or hit the Videos tab and catch up on all the classes!
Can’t wait to see you there and help you save money and eat healthy!
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