7 Clever Ways To (Seriously) Stick To Your Budget

Budgeting and taking charge of your finances can be a little overwhelming and hard in the beginning, but the hardest part is starting. Things get easier once you start. 

Your first month budgeting probably won’t be perfect and that’s okay. 🙂 Unexpected expenses come up and life happens.

The point of a budget is to be more intentional with your money. You’re not just spending to spend. You’re spending with a plan in mind. 



7 Day Budget-Friendly Vegan Meal Plan

I’ve been vegan for almost 5 years and people always ask me the best questions like, “How can you afford to eat plant-based?” to “Is being vegan healthy? Aren’t you lacking vitamins and minerals?” I totally understand why people ask these questions as there is so much confusion about what’s considered healthy or affordable. 

In my experience, this is the best way of eating for me. It saves me the most money, I’m healthy (says my doctor and blood tests), and the benefits to the animals and environment is a major bonus. 

Here’s what I use at home to help me save money on groceries:

I like to use the same recipe a few times a week. This keeps things really simple, you can eat leftovers, and you don’t need to buy a bunch of different ingredients. 

Here is a 7-day budget-friendly meal plan. Disclaimer: I am not a dietician nor nutritionist. These are recipes I enjoy on a regular basis created by amazing food bloggers. The point of today’s post is to introduce you to easy recipes to make at home to save money and time.