Cut Your Grocery Bill In Half

Ben Le Fort
· 3 min read
Photo by Dennis Klein on Unsplash

Happy Friday!

Trish is on a trip this week with her friend in San Fransisco, so I have another girl that has been stealing my attention and sleeping in my bed this week:

Trixie YAWNING before falling asleep on my lap.

On weekends Trish and I go out to a coffee shop on writing dates. This week Trixie has had the duty of being my writing partner. To be honest, she is not the best for productivity. If she decides I’ve been working too hard or not giving her enough attention she decides to just sit on my keyboard.

No one can be this cute while mashing a keyboard.

Have a great weekend, here are 3 personal finance stories for you to enjoy during the dog (or cat) days of summer.

How To Cut Your Grocery Bill In Half

Food is our third largest expense and the one we can most easily control. In this story, I review 4 Tips that can help you cut your grocery bill in half.

  1. Have a game plan when you walk in the Grocery store
  2. How to use coupons in the digital age
  3. Thinking of food waste as money down the drain
  4. Motivation to make it stick.

Read The Full Story Here

Should I Invest My Emergency Fund?

In this story, I respond to a reader question who wants to know if it’s okay to invest the money he has in his emergency fund. I review where it is and is not appropriate to take on investment risk and why sometimes we just have to take our financial medicine.

Read The Full Story Here

3 Strategies to get out of Debt in 2019

Debt. We all hate it. If you are living in debt this story is a MUST READ. I review three strategies of how to get out of debt including the snowball method and the avalanche method. Which is best for you depends entirely on your personality (that’s why it’s called personal finance).

Read The Full Story Here

Don’t forget, I will be releasing new personal finance videos every week.

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This article is for informational purposes only, it should not be considered Financial or Legal Advice. Not all information will be accurate. Consult a financial professional before making any major financial decisions

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