Cut It Out! is a book that teaches how to be a smarter, more organized shopper. It uses the meals you normally cook but teaches you how to plan so you can save money without cutting a single coupon!
Cut It Out! is a book that shares my journey as a stay-at-home mom with eight children, learning how to economize to stay within our budget. I spend $500 a month on groceries for my family. I have an additional $50 a month for toiletries and paper products, but there are some months where that additional $50 is not available.
I’ll teach you how to create a price book, how to use your computer to help organize your meal planning and your shopping and how to cut back on your grocery spending WITHOUT the hassle of cutting, sorting and using coupons.
I found the book to be easy to read, and packed with very user friendly information! She'll teach you how to create a price book (includes a down loadable price book template), how to use your computer to help organize your meal planning and your shopping, and how to cut back on your grocery spending WITHOUT the hassle of cutting, sorting and using coupons. There is really quite a lot packed into this 34 page e-book! I highly recommend it!
Kate Megill has been feeding her family of 10 on a shoe-string for 27 years. Her children range from 10 to 25 years, and 6 of them are still at home. She and her college-professor husband have homeschooled all of them, and are enjoying watching the older ones leave the nest.
Kate is a follower of Jesus Christ. She has been mentoring women for over 30 years, both in person and on the CHFWeb (Christian Homeschooling Fellowship) online community.
Kate has also contributed to the e-book Apartment Gardening: A Practical Guide to Growing Vegetables in Small Places. She blogs at Teaching What Is Good following the Titus 2 model of older women teaching younger women.