Retire Inspired’s Chris Hogan had a taste for expensive food at the grocery store- and it was was thinning out his bank account. But when he saw the true cost of his weekly habit he quickly hit the brakes and kept the change.
In Chris’ money story you will learn
-How Chris Hogan had money wake up call
-Why his spending was spiraling out of control
-How he curbed his grocery spending bill from $1500 a month to close to nothing
-How routine and habit was hurting his wallet
-The specific strategy Chris and his wife used to get back on track with their spending
-The crazy meals the Hogans had while cleaning out their food stash!
In Chris’ lesson you will learn
-Chris’s strategy to avoid mixing up wants and needs
-The importance of being intentional with how you spend your money
-How to curb spending even when you think you can afford it
-Chris’ saying: interest you pay is a penalty but interest you earn is a reward
-How to get debt out of your life
In Chris’ money tip you will learn
-Why he believes cash is the best tool to control spending
-How electronic payments can confuse you and cause you to spend more than you intend
In my take you will learn:
-While eating out can be a budget killer, eating at home can be expensive as well
-Be deliberate at the grocery store- have a list and don’t buy those impulse items!
-Don’t shop hungry
-Use apps like Grocery IQ and Grocery pal to help stay on track in the store and to plan better
-Avoid routine spends. But on purpose, and with purpose!
Chris Hogan’s website https://www.chrishogan360.com/
Chris Hogan’s book Retire Inspired
Chris Hogan’s podcast Retire inspired https://www.chrishogan360.com/podcast/
Chris Hogan’s Retirement calculator https://www.chrishogan360.com/riq/
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