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  1. Groceries. Where the real savings are in 2015….
  2. Finding where the supermarket savings are….


Ever hear the expression “there’s no such thing as a free lunch” or dinner for that matter. Nowhere is that more true than with supermarkets these days. 

In 2015, Australians are spending close to $200 per week on groceries and close to $1100 each week on basic cost of living items and they’re exhausted too. They’re struggling with finding the time and money to just relax. Just think about how your week starts and ends.

And smart supermarkets have been taking advantage of this for some time. Because this is no trend or fad, it’s a perpetuating economic and lifestyle shift for most individuals and families in Australia.

But if you get on top of the grocery and time dilemma you’ll never need worry about expensive grocery bills or finding more time again. 

But how?

How much are you spending on groceries? If you think you’re already frugal, do you think you could save even more or are you stretching it as far as you can already?

How much free time do you get in the evenings? Are you constantly looking for ways to fit some relaxation into your busy schedule – that’s if you stop before bedtime at all? 

Most people will get depressed answering these questions. And unless things change for them, they’ll keep struggling to make real savings at the supermarket while others, who’ve got access to some basic tools, are relaxing on the couch most nights watching the savings come in on autopilot.

Well. There’s great news. Tomorrow the playing field between the supermarkets and consumers, gets levelled.

My friend and massively respected online authority Penina Petersen is sharing her formula for grocery savings that actually work

She created the grocery shopping revolution before anyone. Her first revolutionary cooking system generated 20,000 sales in Australia within a very short timeframe because her system was a unique never-been-done-before system that actually works.

And tomorrow she’s sharing her new revolution, in a step-by-step, beginner-friendly bulk cooking guide that shows everyday consumers how to spend just $35 each week on dinners for a family of four. Yes, that’s $140 for dinners each month. 

Yes, this is pretty amazing, it’s real and again – a never-been-done-before revolution.

And, there are no gimmicks. This is just good plain old common-sense mixed with a simple little system.

I’ll be in touch as soon as this becomes available.

Stay tuned…




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Help for Battlers

Aussie Mum’s simple system for slashing grocery bills

Inflated grocery prices are forcing consumers to find ways to slash their grocery costs. One Aussie mum has devised a simple system for fighting Aussie battler’s ever increasing spend at the supermarket reducing the weekly dinner budget to just $35 each week. 

Aussie battler’s are overworked, tired and struggling to pay rising grocery, vehicle and home utility bills.  According to the average weekly household spend is a whopping  $1095, which includes an average of $450 per week on mortgages, $110 per week on rates, utilities, insurances and phone / internet bills and TV bills. A further $250 per week is spent on food and shopping and $100 per week on drinking and eating out.  Add to this $5 on schooling, $125 on car costs and $55 on sport and recreation.  These costs do not include clothes, holidays, childcare fees and other lifestyle choices of an average Australian family.

The average cost of living equates to over $56,000 per year requiring a gross salary of $75,000 (one wage) or $36,000 each if both partners are earning.  According to the ABS the average individual after tax salary equates to roughly $46,430 after tax.

In response to the inflated prices and current signs of a recession, one Aussie mum and experienced penny-pincher is taking action again. Back in 2008, and then coined ‘The Great Foodini,’ Penina Petersen dished up Aussies a grocery-shopping book that slashed consumer’s dinner bills to $120 per week and helped consumers get three nights off cooking each week.  

But now this Aussie mum has gone further, setting herself a ‘mums’ challenge of slashing her own dinner bill to just $35 per week, while only cooking once a month and getting out of the kitchen completely.

Penina’s family, who were spending roughly $140 per week previously, are now saving roughly $100 per week due to the simple system and that $140 is now this family’s dinner spend per month.

“Parents are exhausted. Many mums I’m in touch with are either working full-time or part-time while also managing a home, or they are stay-at-home mums struggling to find the money to do much more than keep up with the bills and housework,” says Penina Petersen, who runs the Savings Room blog and website.

“I wanted to create a system to help Aussie battlers and busy parents with small children, to free up cash and live a fuller day, week and year.” 

The result is a bulk cooking system delivered in the form of a bite-sized 28-page eBook. But despite its size the book packs a massive punch in terms of potential savings.

“I’ve successfully worked out a system that reduces my family of four’s dinner budget to $35 per week.”

The system includes setting up a small pantry, which generally stays the same each month, and then combines budget ingredients, bulk-cooking principles, strategic supermarket shopping tactics and a small number of convenience meals to deliver 28 meals to Aussies for just $140 for the month. That’s just $5 per meal (for 4 people). 

“Having an extra $100 per week, which equates to $5200 each year, for my family is really helping. This money is going to pay for events and items like Christmas, gifts, a family holiday, clothes and those little extras we weren’t able to afford previously. We also do not cook in the evenings, (except for several 10 min meals), which means I’m getting entire nights off cooking, not washing pots and pans, and spending more quality time with my family and children.” says Penina. 

Freezer Meals eBook is the first in a series of budget-friendly cookbooks, Penina and family are cooking and eating their way through. 

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Penina PetersenBlogger & Busy Mum

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