Money Saving Worksheets For Mom's Tight Budget - Food Budget of $21 Per Person Per Week

Money Saving Worksheets For Mom's Tight Budget - Food Budget of $21 Per Person Per Week


Want a simple system to reduce your food budget without eating junk type of food and without using a coupon? Take a look at the money-saving worksheets that can help you spend $21 per person per week.

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THE MONEY SAVING WORKSHEETS
It is very challenging to save money on food. Some families use coupons and cut costs and having to eat pre-made food!


Using the money-saving worksheets you don’t even have to give up the brand that you love. You can eat better at a tiny price.


Learn unique tips on saving money on food every day. You'll have an easy but organized system for meal planning, grocery shopping on a budget and getting great deals in buying in bulk.


You will also have worksheets and templates to make the system a lot easier to stick with.


Reduce your food budget, keep the brand that you love while eating high-quality food by using the money-saving worksheets.







Money-Saving Printables 

> Price Comparison Worksheets

> Recipe Cost Worksheets

> Weekly Usage Worksheets



The money-saving worksheets are what you'll need to better plan healthy meals and save big on food without losing your mind.


The printable budgeting worksheets are getting popular. It makes meal planning and saving money so much easier for a lot of moms.


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WHAT'S INSIDE THE MONEY SAVING WORKSHEETS?
I only listed a few parts of the money-saving worksheets to give you an idea of what's inside.


It is a 49-page worksheet about saving more of your money and eating better for a tiny price without feeling overwhelmed!


Saving money hacks
If you are going to follow these 11 simple money-saving hacks, you will be able to reduce your food budget. I find these tricks doable, fun and effective!


Buying in Bulk
You will learn simple tricks to make sure that you are getting good deals when buying in bulk.


Meal Planning for Months
What do you think of meal planning for 6 months?  
Imagine the free time you’ll have when you get this done.









QUICKSTART GUIDE / 5 WEAK MEAL PLAN
If you want to reduce your food budget but no time to sit down and get on the planning stage, you can go ahead and use the quick start guide.


It has a budget and meal plan ready to spend $21 per person per week for the full five weeks including dining out.


Meal planning and eating better for less can be overwhelming if you don't have a system in place! That's where the money-saving worksheets come in.



It is a lifesaver and every mom MUST have this planning system.


What tips can you share us about reducing the food budget? Comment below and please pin this for later. 



Don't forget to download your Free weekly meal planner, a 5 minute guide to meal planning and recipes.



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Money Saving Worksheets For Mom's Tight Budget - Food Budget of $21 Per Person Per Week Money Saving Worksheets For Mom's Tight Budget - Food Budget of $21 Per Person Per Week Reviewed by Mylifesmanual on February 10, 2018 Rating: 5

29 comments:

  1. Nothing is a good as budgeting your money and plan to save more. From the analysis here, its must really be a good worksheet to make use of.

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    1. Thank you. Yes it is an awesome worksheets for someone who wants to get started with meal planning and saving money on food.

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  2. Really love this idea because groceries always derail a budget. It’s best to have a solid plan and stick to it, especially when your feeding a large family!

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    1. Thank you. Having a plan before buying is a great idea and saves time and money.

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  3. I love the idea of these worksheets! Sounds like a great way to feed a large family which I have. Thanks

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    1. Thank you Indie. i hope you downloaded the worksheets. It will help you a lot.

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  4. Amazing tips! Nothing is harder than saving money.

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  5. I'm not yet a mom but I can definitely use these tips! I need to save more moneyyy.

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  6. I used to be terrible with my finances. Then one day, I started keeping track of money coming in, money going out, dates bills were due, etc. It made a HUGE difference! Now, I'm broke, but I can manage.

    ~Mary
    Jingle Jangle Jungle

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  7. Thanks for the review of the Worksheets book! Sounds like a great plan to make a positive change for a family!

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  8. I need this!! Awesome post with great suggestions and tips! I badly needed this!! Will be using the spreadsheets.

    Style & Life by Susana

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  9. wow this sounds so good! I have seen how planning meals in advance can lead to better budgeting and better food too!

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  10. My mum keeps a list of everything she want to buy . She maintains the whole budget of grocery. She's really good at it . I think this article would help her more . Thanks !

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  11. I honestly suck at budgeting AND eating healthy. I swear to myself I'll give your tips a try. I have to start somewhere don't I? Thanks for sharing.

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    1. You can start with using the worksheets. I hope you check it out. Thank you.

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  12. I always look for ideas for budgeting food and I never thought to make a 6 month plan! Thank you for sharing!

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  13. i don't have a family i'm feeding but i'm concerned about the food i'm purchasing as well and this such a great idea! and to plan for up to six months--just genius.

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  14. Some of these worksheets do seem like a lot of legwork, but I love the recipe cost and weekly usage worksheets and will be using them!

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  15. I'm intrigued and would love to check these out. I wish I had this resource a couple of years ago, when we were on a tight budget trying to save for a house.

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  16. I'm SO bad with formally budgeting..especially our groceries. We are pretty good naturally and keep our bill honestly pretty but I always wonder if I could save EVEN MORE. And my one downfall is those random visits outside of our normal grocery trip where I'm like "oh while I'm here I'll buy this Honest Tea and this Justin's peanut butter cup!"

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  17. I'm trying to get our budget together and revamped! These are great tips and sheets!

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  18. Love the challenge!! I am having to re arrange our budget, and all these tips will help a lot!! My main struggle is getting my husband on the same page, I had to play mean wife and take the his cards away.

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  19. So many moms struggle with budgeting and saving money. This is a great resource!

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  20. I just started budgeting the other day so this is very helpful.

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  21. I've used cost comparison worksheets before. Super helpful in knowing where to shop for which items.

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  22. Sounds like voodoo to me....My son is 19 and is an eating machine! I can’t see how I can feed him, my 17 year old almond milk drinking daughter and my forever snacking on $5 a bag dried fruit husband on $21 a week. 😳 My only hope is that my son will move out soon and my daughter will go off to college, where they will learn to value cost-effective eating....But in the meantime, this is my revenge for telling them all to try healthier foods—I didn’t realize that every single one of them would find the most expensive healthy items in the store! 😳

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