Eating Healthily on A Budget, Walmart’s Fresh Crew, and Good News…

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I have been asked by Walmart to be a part of their “Fresh Crew.” As part of their “Fresh Crew,” I will be  blogging in the upcoming weeks about what Walmart has to offer in the way of fresh produce and affordability, and their 100% Money Back Guarantee– which states “If you’re not completely satisfied with our produce, just bring back your receipt for a complete refund. No questions asked and no need to bring back the purchase.”

This is pretty revolutionary in the sense that we no longer have to choose between our waistlines and our wallets. We can persevere our wealth AND our beauty. No excuses.(The finger is pointed at me, too): )

I will get into the “how” when I get to interview some nutritionists on specifics. But in the meantime, let’s be honest, we intuitively know what we have to do to eat healthily on a budget, but sometimes we have so many things competing for our time, we don’t put our self-care at the forefront.

So, here is a gentle reminder, an adapted excerpt from my ebook, The Fabulous N’ Frugal Crash Course: 14 Questions You Need To Answer To Increase Your Financial Confidence and Reprogram Your Money Mindset Now on this topic.

“You can eat healthily on a budget! It requires planning, self-awareness and strategy.

  1. First, get a good idea of what healthy means to you specifically and write it down. Also, get a clear picture of what you normally like to eat by looking in your refrigerator and pantry.
  2. If you are looking to incorporate more fruits and vegetables, write down what you would like to incorporate into your diet on another list and search online.
  3. To be wallet and health-conscious, buy generic and buy in bulk where you can freeze what is left.
  4. Keep your pantry stocked with beans and dry goods that will have a longer shelf life.
  5. Cook with larger portions and pack tomorrow’s lunch while you are making tonight’s dinner.
  6. Consider buying a filter and bringing your own water instead of buying bottled water.”

If you have not downloaded the ebook, what are you waiting for! At the bottom of this post, just send me your email and it is yours!

Saving your money and budgeting correctly are two of the foundational tasks needed to take control of your finances.  If you need additional support, I invite you to check out my budgeting course and my savings course.

*This is part of a compensated campaign with Walmart. All opinions are my own. 

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