10 Foodie (2 Word) Money Saving Resolutions

Okay so a new year often brings new promises particularly around weight and money. Neither prove too easy to keep as essentially food and possessions can really tempt us. The key is to keep it simple.

Here are 10 SUPER simple food based saving resolutions for 2015 that will reduce your spending and your waistline!

 money saving resolutions

1. Use leftovers

2. Meal plan

3. Pack lunches

4. Smaller plate

5. Shopping list

6. Make soups

7. Batch cook

8. Check Fridge

9. Scratch cook

10. Eat in!

 See it’s not complicated at all !


Almost 50% of the total amount of food thrown away in the UK comes from our homes. We throw away 7 million tonnes of food and drink from our homes every year in the UK, and more than half of this is food and drink we could have eaten. This wasted food costs the average household £470 a year, rising to £700 for a family with children, the equivalent of around £60 a month*

Blimey!  By reducing your food waste you could probably have a lovely weeks holiday by the sea!

(*source: LovefoodHateWaste)


Do check out Mums Savvy Savings and Baby Budgeting and Thrifty Home as fab online resource for families trying to save a bit of money




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