Bellevue, Idaho (PRWEB) October 16, 2012
Having been a single mom and feeling the financial stress from the job market, she has had a lot of experience in budgeting for groceries. Julie wanted to help people by setting an example of creating a budget that can be a positive learning experience. It is possible to eat well on a limited budget of $30 a week.
New eating habits can be life-changing by buying wholesome ingredients instead of processed and prepared foods. Taking the time to shop and prepare produce and meals will ensure a healthy choice. The catch is that you have to set aside the time to prep and prepare the meals. Cooking simple ingredients is key; Taking the time to cook, whether it is once a week or daily. Pick the best time that fits into your schedule to make this work, but planning ahead is essential. Meals, snacks, and late night refrigerator raids might seem a little restricting at first, but you will soon realize the healthier choices for snacking on a strict budget.. Specific meal times help to make every bite matter.
Julie gives a real life perspective from experience on how her budget works in her life. Sharing shopping habits, cooking and eating habits, and what works and what doesn't all make a difference to an ongoing learning experience. A lot of people are in challenging situations and we are continually being warned that food prices are going up. It is up to us to learn to create healthy meals with a budget that works for us. It is crucial to make cooking a priority in our lives. Cooking is what makes a huge difference in our quality of life and is what makes the budget work.
$30 A Week for 52 Weeks