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The Budget-Friendly Vegan

Hello Again,

Thank you for sticking in there with me through my dry spell here, I’ve had an extreme lack of inspiration recently but, I’ve been getting the same question over and over and I figured the best way to address it would be here. Okay, that being said the number one question I’ve been asked about veganism is…

“HOW COULD YOU POSSIBLY AFFORD TO DO THAT???”

I myself was a little skeptical about this in the beginning. I was worried I was going to end up eating nothing but salad all day every day. Then I did some research and saving money while following a vegan lifestyle is actually pretty simple, it just takes a little time and labor. we’re talking about couponing. Couponing is sort of taking over my life. I swear once you see your total drop by 50 dollars you never want to stop doing it. For those of you that have never couponed before, don’t worry I was in the same boat. To make it a little easier for you let me introduce you to my new favorite people the “Krazy Coupon Ladies.” These women have a youtube channel called “Krazy Coupon Lady” and they walk you through literally EVERYTHING. They take all the hard work out of saving money, and who doesn’t love that? I took all of their words of wisdom, made a coupon binder, collect all the coupons from your Sunday paper, and shop the catalogs. You can also print out additional coupons at Coupons.com. Stack manufacturer coupons on store-specific coupons for double the savings and to go even further stack both of those on a store sale. On my most recent trip to my local grocery

To make it a little easier for you let me introduce you to my new favorite people the “Krazy Coupon Ladies.” These women have a youtube channel called “Krazy Coupon Lady” and they walk you through literally EVERYTHING. They take all the hard work out of saving money, and who doesn’t love that? I took all of their words of wisdom, made a coupon binder, collect all the coupons from your Sunday paper, and shop the catalogs. You can also print out additional coupons at Coupons.com. Stack manufacturer coupons on store-specific coupons for double the savings and to go even further stack both of those on a store sale. On my most recent trip to my local grocery store my total before savings was 146 dollars but I only spent 72 dollars after coupons and I now have enough produce and frozen veggies to last me two weeks.

In addition to couponing I’ve decided with the nice weather coming up that I’m going to start my very first vegetable garden (lord help me.)

In the end, it’s all about getting what is best for you and your family for the least amount of money possible and to me, being vegan is priceless. So, go do some research and get clipping for a healthier you!

Best Wishes,

Katie

 

Sites Mentioned:

KrazyCouponLady.com

Coupons.com

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