As usual, I am a little behind the curve, ha! During our fall break road trip I downloaded and listened to Grocery University by Carrie Isaac. This audio course has been around for some time and has even been re-released by Money Saving Mom, but as I said, I finally got around to listening this fall.
As a seasoned mom and homemaker, I have practiced many of the things shared in Grocery University . But I was encouraged and inspired as the miles clicked by and I listened. It is good to have a refresher from time to time. And in the past year, as life has gotten a little more complicated, meal planning, coupon clipping and deal shopping has definitely taken a back seat! I was inspired upon arriving home to pull out the coupon box and step back into more intentional meal planning and coupon shopping.
Another benefit to listening to the audio course during that road trip, my 15 year old sitting next to me listening in. We had some good discussion about what refreshed me and what she learned. Seeing as she already is a coupon clipper and uses swagbucks, she was able to make some good connections. She is well on her way to learning the ins and outs of frugal living and managing her money.
Isaac recently sold the rights to Grocery University to Money Saving Mom. If you are interested in purchasing Grocery University, you can do so below.
Affiliate links are included in this post. If you sign up for swagbucks or purchase Grocery University through By Quiet Waters, I receive small compensation or bonus swagbucks.