Could you feed a family of four on £100 or less per week?

By Galina Yanchova

I grew up on a farm. Both of my parents had a job. We had a big garden so we grew potatoes, tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, onions, carrots, etc. We had also a yard for animals so everything we ate was homemade: meat, cheese, milk…

But still, I grew with the mentality that we did not have enough because my parents had that same mentality. They never had enough because they always called their friends over and ate everything. So sad, isn’t it?

How many of you have grown up in the family that you do not want to have as an example? The big number of you!

We are taught that the family is not that important…

We have to understand that family is very important if we want our society to be healthy.


At a point in my life, I had to learn how to manage money and feed my family. I am a single mum with two children. I find a way to do it and I work very hard to provide…

Later I learned that no matter what background you came from or what class you are from if you want to, you can learn how not to eat all your money,  leaving it in a supermarket and even lose weight.

With some careful planning and smart shopping, money experts say it’s quite possible not only to cut your shopping bills but also cut them to half by eating well for only £40 a week for a family of four.

In the year 2014, the average household spent £83.60 on food and drink each week, with the figure rising to £96 when alcohol and tobacco were included, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

Online electrical appliance retailer says keeping a careful eye on how much you throw away – food wastage costs the UK around £19bn a year – is key to shaving pounds off your household budget.

My coach says: This isn’t just about saving money on your grocery bill or eating healthier.  The reality is, what goes into your grocery cart has a HUGE impact on your lifestyle.

It’s More Than Food; It’s A Mindset!

You know our body lives depending on the food!

What kind of food do you put in your body? If you think for a moment you can see that most of the people poison themselves with fast food or ready-to-cook food including me before I understood that it is actually poison.

A big per cent of the population blames everything else for the way they are and wait for something nice to happen to them… Vegetables_-_Viktualienmarkt_-_DSC08608

I believe that if you read this you are probably curious if there is a way and you want to know how to reduce your shopping receipt.

And again my coach says that ‘Everybody is destined for wealth’.

Yes, I know today everybody says that they know because of Google and I agree you can go and find a lot of information which may help you somehow but if you want long-term results you have to commit yourself to learn from somebody who has lifetime results.

So, if you are like me you want to learn and see results then I will share with you everything I learned from my coach.

If you want to go further click here to receive more information and steps on how to improve your health.

Published by Galya

I am passionate, honest, sincere, growing and developing, loving, caring. I am loyal. I am persistent, diligent. I am fun but not perfect :-)

2 thoughts on “Could you feed a family of four on £100 or less per week?

  1. It is very true that no matter where you come from you can learn how to manage your spendings even if it means sacrificing things we enjoy having. At the end it pays off!
    I understand you are doing life coaching; could you please tell me more about them? Thank you


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: