A wise man once said that if you want to function at your best and become successful, you must never regret spending money on your gut. I reflect on that statement every time I enter the grocery store.
"Never Regret Money You Spend on Your Gut".
Now, if you spend more money on your groceries by choosing healthier options (yes, it will increase your grocery bill) what satisfaction will you get from that?
-You will feel so much better throughout the week from eating better food.
-You and your children will be choosing and eating healthier options at home.
-You ( and your family) will function better at work and school with better results.
What challenges are you facing with this quote? What 'items' and ‘things’ are reducing your grocery budget each week that may not be the best choice for you and your family? Are the savings worth it in the long run?