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Time to get food thrifty.

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Most of us have an inkling that we may not be getting the best bang for our buck when it comes to the choices we make in spending that ever-dwindling paycheck. But an inkling is about as far as it ever goes. Ever stop to really think about how much money could be saved by making a few thrifty choices, especially when it comes to food?

Heck, you might save enough over the years to take an early retirement and travel, especially when combined with a uniquely effective investment strategy like income property investing.

Think about these:

1. Morning beverages made at home instead of at Starbucks. Same goes for breakfast.

2. Lunch made at home and taken to work.

3. Dinner made at home each evening.

4. When you’re caught away from home and hungry, grab a $5 sandwich at Subway to split or eat off the $1 menu at Burger King or McDonalds. Don’t worry. Fast food won’t kill you if it’s only every once in a great while.

No, we’re not food obsessives. Just amazed at how much a person can spend throughout the course of an average work day on nutritionally dead drive-thru calories. You know it’s true. One of the 10 Commandments of Holistic Survival is to only put good things into your body. A Big Mac, fries, and a Coke doesn’t really count, except in the amount of money it steals from your wallet.

The Holistic Survival Team