Eat Well, Spend Less

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A few weeks ago we had a fabulous discussion about rising grocery prices and what we, as moms and home managers, can do about it. I dunno ’bout you, but I am not going to go quietly into this good night. There’s a battle to be fought.

The economy may be in a slump, but that doesn’t mean I have to pay high prices to feed my family well. The Mama Bear is ready. So, watch out!

That’s why I’m so excited to tell you about a new series starting next week. Along with 8 other bloggers, I’m going to be sharing tricks and tips for saving money on food costs.

Not only does this blogging team represent many different regions of the US and Canada, but we also come from a wide range of food cultures. From couponers to farmers market shoppers, from real food to home cooking plus a few manufactured convenience items, we’ve got you covered.

You are bound to find suggestions to help you in your “life as MOM” to

Eat Well and Spend Less! Could it get any better than that?

Who’s with me?

I’m pleased to be collaborating with these girls:

If you don’t know these ladies already, tonight would be a great time to go meet them. They have all been such an encouragement to me over the last year in eating and in spending less.

We hope you’ll join us in eating well and spending less this month!

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  1. I can’t wait! I too refuse to give up on finding good deals and still eating well. It may mean we can’t eat organic like I wish we could, but we certainly don’t need to resort to buying junk!

  2. I’m really excited about this. And excited, too, to see Carrie at Springs Bargains will be contributing. Her blog is a blessing to many in our community.

  3. i’m in. i consider myself pretty frugal but i’m always interested in learning new or improving on what i’m already doing.

  4. I like your reference to “do not go gentle into that good night.” And it’s so true! That exactly describes how I feel about the prices rising.