The response to the giveaway for Stephanie Langford’s Real Food on a Real Budget was fabulous, and it was so interesting to read all of your “best tips to save food money” comments. I have a whole post of super-tips in my drafts folder now! 🙂
If you haven’t checked out Stephanie’s book, it really is a must-read for KS followers. Click here to visit her page and see what others are saying about Real Food on a Real Budget. The sale is still running for almost 25% off, but hurry – it won’t last forever! It’s worth spending a little cash to save a lot of money on your crunched real food budget.
Just don’t go buy a book if you happen to be Tanya (tjmbaker@), who won her own e-copy of the book! Congrats, Tanya. You probably already have the book in your inbox. 🙂
For the rest of you, “I got nothin’ for ya.” (Jeff Probst) You’ll have to go buy your own copy.
One More Chance for Two Things
Nourished Kitchen’s How to Cook Real Food starts tomorrow, so if you’ve been thinking about registering, NOW is the time! I’m taking the course, too, so maybe I’ll see you in the forums. We all have something to learn from Jenny, who was featured on CNN for her “Real Food Challenge” back in February. There’s a coupon code that may or may not work (???) in the box above this post on the KS website.
Last week’s Spring Cleaning giveaway runs through tonight, Monday, May 31 at midnight. You can win the You Need a Budget software, a $60 value, just for commenting. I found the software to be very easy to use, practical, and based on common sense rules for family budgeting. I can’t wait to see what else it can do!
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