Two Free e-Books: To Help You Reduce Your Grocery Budget

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It’s another new year, and you’re determined that this is the year you’re going to reduce your grocery budget.

How about some help?

I don’t want to take up lots of your time talking about food, and how expensive it is, and the many tips and tricks that can help you reduce the amount you’re spending.

Two free e-books, available through January to subscribers.

Instead, I just want to give you two free E-books.

Need help learning to use coupons effectively without making it a full-time job? This book is for you. Free in January

If you’ve been curious about learning to use coupons effectively, but afraid it will become a full-time job, “It’s Me Or The Coupons” is for you. I will walk you through the basics of using coupons and show you how to establish an easy system.

Need more ways to reduce your grocery budget?

A helpful resource with strategies to help you eat healthy and delicious meals at home. Free for subscribers. “16 Strategies to Eat Better and Spend Less” starts with making a commitment to eat out one less time per week than you do now. (Baby steps is the key.) From there we move into other money saving strategies that anyone can do.  No need to live near a farm that allows gleaning, just ordinary tips you may not have thought of yet.

They’re both yours when you when you sign up for my mailing list any time in January.

(And please, feel free to hit those share buttons below so your friends can get their copies too!)

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Comments

  1. Tara H says

    What about if I already subscribe? I’d love to read It’s Me or the Coupons! The strategies in the other one were helpful to me and have me motivated to do better at the store! I’m a couponer who is trying to wean off of most coupons because of the lack of healthy options. But I’m torn because I know healthy coupons exist and there are just enough of them in the weekly paper inserts to keep me buying papers. ;)

    • says

      Tara,
      I’ve got you covered! I realized when I was going to sleep last night that I forgot to send the book to current subscribers. They always get any new gift I give away. Watch your email, I plan to get that out sometime today. Thanks so much for your comment.

  2. Kim says

    I signed up the newsletter and only got a link for the 16 Strategies book and not the coupon book. How do I get that?

    Thank you,
    Kim

    • says

      Kim,
      I’m sorry about that. I’m looking into it right now, I’ll get back to you when I get it figured out. Can you tell me where on the site you signed up?
      Was is on the page about the two freebies, along the top, or in the box at the top right corner?

    • says

      OK Kim, I figured it out. When you signed up, you were shown a web page that had a welcome message and a link. That message didn’t get edited to include the second book.(My bad!) However, you should have also received a welcome email. I will be from eatbetterspendless and the subject will be “Subscription Confirmed”. That will have both links. Check that, and if you can’t find it, let me know and I’ll send you a direct link.

    • says

      Hi Fay,
      I’m sorry about you not seeing your links. Let’s see if we can find them.
      You signed up on December 13, so there should be an email from eatbetterspendless on that day. The subject line will be Eat Better Spend Less: Subscription confirmed. If you open that email, your link to “16 Strategies” will be there.

      On January 5th I sent out the link for “It’s Me or the Coupons” in an email titled “Need to Cut Your Grocery Bill? I have a gift for you.”

      Try that and if you’re still having trouble, email me and we’ll figure it out. (beth at beth cranford.com)

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