Grocery Haul for One | $50 Monthly Budget | STACEY FLOWERS

**Grocery Haul for One | $50 Monthly Budget | STACEY FLOWERS**



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Grocery shopping on a Dave Ramsey inspired zero-base budget can be tasty if it’s a budget grocery haul. This grocery haul for one is a monthly grocery haul on a budget. Made much easier by meal planning for one and grocery shopping on a budget. My secret to success is meal prep and budget grocery shopping.

What I eat in a day is coming up! If you have any questions leave them in the comments below.

Monthly Grocery Budget: $50.00
Stores: Whole Foods + Marianos
Camera: Sony a5100

I am a student of Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace Univerity and on a journey to become debt free. By budgeting monthly and tracking my expenses I’m learning how to become debt free and live my life by cash. Budgeting for beginners is mostly what you’ll find in my videos.

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WATCH MY FINANCIAL PEACE JOURNEY FROM THE BEGINNING

My Debt Story: How I Fell Back into $208,453.27 Debt Part 1

My Money Story: How I Fell Back into $208,453.27 Debt Part 2

First Budget On My Debt Free Journey

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Disclaimer: Honesty is awesome, so I share numbers and dollars in this post. I trust you’ll honor my honesty. Just so we’re clear, everything written here is based on my personal experiences + opinions. Not everything I say here will work for you, but I have faith that you’ll take the information presented and apply some of it to your own finances in a new and creative way.
this beautiful colorful basket I'm so excited about all these hello and welcome back to my channel my name is Stacy flowers and I am a student of Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace University and on a journey to become a 100% debt-free my current debt is over one hundred and eighty three thousand dollars I am on baby step number two to repay 100 percent of my debts I earn an income of anywhere between 1,500 and 2,000 dollars on average a month working part-time and running my company quarter time in this video I'm going to be sharing with you my July 2018 grocery haul so if you are interested in that please keep watching let's take a look at what I have here in the cabinet I've been starting a little bit of work on organizing my pantry I got a gift card from Target and so I bought these although I don't think that they're going to be large enough and I think I'm just going to switch over to a hundred percent mason jars but I have a little bit of black beans I have a little bit of quinoa rice this is the last amount of my oats I have angel hair pasta that I purchased to make homemade ramen noodles I still have my banana rings that I just have not even from my last grocery haul and then I have a couple of broth and so let's talk about the broth really quick because a lot of you guys suggested bouillon cubes and when I first moved in I went I got beef and chicken yes beef and chicken bullion cubes and I put it in my red beans and I put it in my black beans and it was absolutely delicious however what happened was is I was out myself like every time I would eat like a bowl cuz you know I have it for like lunch and dinner so like I eat it a lot but every time I would eat it I would get overwhelmingly tired like even when I would eat it at work oh god why am I so tired why am I so tired enough let me look at my ingredients and when I looked at the bullion cubes there is soy but I can't remember how I don't know if it's a soy oil or soy bean I'm not 100% for sure but I just my body doesn't have a good reaction to soy so I can't use bullion cubes with soy in it and I haven't found young-kyu that doesn't have soy in it so if you guys have a recommendation I'm totally open to not using these to save money but I think people this is just something people will say oh you can get that cheaper at this place and you're right but you have to ask yourself why is it cheaper at other places it's not always just cheaper at other places because one store you know branding and marketing and it's organics sometimes it's cheaper because they're using lower quality products in addition to the thing so like for example like seasonings like sometimes when you're purchasing seasonings you're not just purchasing that seasoning you're purchasing that seasoning but they blend up other things that are tasteless but like provide the bulk so that would be my recommendation it's just I understand that there are a thousand ways to make my grocery shopping even less expensive than what it is at fifty dollars a month but me making some of those decisions winds up being the wrong decision for me because there are products that I don't want to consume and in me purchasing something cheaper I'm unintentionally consuming those products for example the bulan cubes where you can get like ten versions of this box of broch but in you getting those ten versions you're also getting the who humping of soy and if you don't eat soy you know that becomes a problem so I have chicken broth I have beef broth and then here I have some coconut bases and I'm a little bit of popcorn summarising corn mill rice flour a bread crumb with baking soda our seasonings I'm doing pretty good with seasonings have smoked paprika I have a little time ground cumin ground cinnamon pepper lemon pepper adobo this is I still have tons of that tumeric left bay leaves and a piece off from my auntie and then here in the cabinet sort of the same things the olive oil from May grapeseed oil and most of these things really aren't going down because I haven't really been cooking I haven't been cooking at home because it is really hot but also last month is my birthday month and I went out quite a lot so that's what having the cabinet let's take a look in the free refrigerator so in the refrigerator I have some celery but this is going to be turned into vegetable stock because it's just I left it in here too long these carrots may still be good so I may pull those and turn those into some snacks some sweet peppers which I'm super excited about did buy a little bit of kale I don't like the prepackaged kale I'm gonna finish eating it but I don't like the prepackaged kale I have a container of red beans a container of black beans little coconut milk that's leftover in a water pitcher not particularly satisfied with that water pitcher I'm so I likely will switch that out little bit of banana peppers have some red roasted peppers a little bit of almond milk and a little salad dressing and I'm running out of this is a little bit of frozen kale that's from that bag just because I knew I wasn't going to eat through it because I don't really like it very much but I don't want to waste it I don't know if you can freeze kale and maintain its nutrients but we shall see peas and a little bit of corn left so there are quite a few things that I will be getting from the grocery store today and yeah so there are quite a few things that will I'll be getting from the grocery store and I will also be getting some like mason jars to store things because I really want to switch over to not using as much plastic since I'm in my own home so let's go to the grocery store so I had all the plans and all the plans were to go to three different stores and then out of nowhere I don't even know if you guys can hear me but out of nowhere this brain came out of no way what I took my Mecca and I've been in the car now [Applause] these are a little darker one of the things that I am trying to figure out is how to cut all soy ouch I don't know if you guys can see that but the second ingredient second or first ingredient for most of all these male is soybean oil and I don't respond very well to soy so I'm gonna try this is the only one that I've found that doesn't have soy oil listed as an ingredient so I'll let you guys know this brand may actually be better I found another one that doesn't have soy in it from him but this has eggs in it and I prefer to not have eggs they make me a little sluggish but this one here is specifically says no GMO and egg free so I actually think we're going to go with this Mayo I'm kind of stoked about that a little closer and right here I don't know if you guys can see that it says it may contain soy and I'm thinking that that is because of where it's manufactured you know how like sometimes things are manufactured near each other which for me may contain soy is way better than soybean oil being the first ingredient so I'm gonna go ahead and try this and this speed the booty some wholefoods chickpeas red pepper flakes red beans popcorn oats and black bean I'm at the last store and I have my little bag with my cash envelopes out these are my original cash envelopes from Dave Ramsey and I'm at the third store today and I have you can see that in there I have 25 dollars left to get me some vegetables which primarily decorates my bases of oatmeal and beans every single day and quinoa this budget is $50 but I do think that I'm gonna increase my grocery budget to 75 right now I'm just in the habit of shopping at 50 and until I get a little bit more comfortable with my kitchen I don't want to waste so you guys saw when I was looking through my kitchen that and I mean technically it won't go to waste but I have carrots i have celery and a couple of peppers that went bad and I don't like that so I don't want that to happen and for that reason the other 25 if I do use it in this budget I'll just use it later on in the month if it comes up but if it doesn't then you know fifty dollars it is so let's go see beautiful color Pro basket I'm so excited about all these green I'm a pineapple and peaches so you guys can see that on the ground there this is what I got for my fifty dollar grocery haul with the exception of the mason jars because those were part of my household pantry that I got um because she's very hot all those stairs I got those so that I could make my to go salads but also so that could fill out my pantry so I'm kind of super pumped about that it is much much later in the day you can't really tell because it's been raining and whatnot but it's super hot so I am going to first watch them sorry guys I'm going to who first I feel like my my face is falling off me okay I'm gonna first wash my mason jars just a little I can as I'm preparing food I literally have a place to be able to put the food in and then I'm gonna show you guys what I got so this is July's summers grocery calls and I'll start down here I got my thing of almond milk got a very large container of strawberries this and this came from Walmart as well as this celery came from Walmart and it's funny that I have so much celery I'm not really a celery fan but it seasons things well and I'm making a lot of like cold salads like cauliflower salad and pasta salad and stuff like that and it seasons it really well I got a 1 bunch of spinach have a head of romaine lettuce I got two things of golden beets so this has two on it this has three on it got a pineapple I've got three stalks of our three heads of corn on the cob yellow pepper orange pepper red pepper green pepper these red pepper flakes are from Whole Foods I have three yellow onions because I'm still eating onion rings but also seasoning two peaches a head of cauliflower some rotini noodles tricolor for my pasta salad mustard garlic and this just Mayo and again this is gonna be for my pasta salad as well as for my cauliflower salad and then from Whole Foods I got red beans black beans red pepper flakes popcorn oatmeal and a little bit of gum bark the chickpea so now it's time to put all these dishes so what I'm doing in this jar is I'm just taking this celery that has died I'm washing it and I and I'm just chopping it up a little bit and I'm putting it in here because I'm going to and I wish I would have got to it just a little sooner but what I'm gonna do is when I get ready to make my vegetable broth I'm gonna use these veggie scraps in the vegetable broth so I put everything away we'll bring a couple of strawberries my pineapple will sit here a peaches here my corn on the cob here we look in the fridge you have my almond milk down here but this is what the fridge looks like the kale snacks are there this here is spinach it's just strawberry and then that's lettuce back there etc etc and then we go to the freezer oh there was something I forgot to show you guys I had sweet potatoes down here I keep forgetting that I have sweet potatoes down there so just so you know have sweet potatoes then we have what the pantry looks like here for the most part everything up here is the same I just move things up that's the red beans that I got from Whole Foods and this behind here leftover black beans and some new my onions are here this is a little piece of garlic old popcorn etc so this is where we are right yeah amazing super fantastic spectacular people that is my July 2018 these are so sweet grocery haul it was a very difficult one to film but I'm glad I did it I'm glad I've been able to find my mason jars so that is all that I have for you to them thank you so much for watching until next time I watch you all this

32 thoughts on “**Grocery Haul for One | $50 Monthly Budget | STACEY FLOWERS**

  1. J Z

    I'm a new subscriber and not watching your videos in order. You've grown quite a bit. I like how you expressed that you're not vegan or vegetarian just on a budget. Meat is very expensive. Taking control of every cent spent to overcome debt takes self control. I'm glad to watch your journey and learn from some of your tips.

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  2. knowyourkismat

    I love and watch tons of your vids and find you very authentic and inspirational … I never knew the total amount of your debt until this intro…have you made a video addressing how you got into the debt? Just wondering if it is student loans or other reasons ?

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  3. MoeTEAvational Mondays

    I don't know if you still haven't found a cube but the brand " better than bouillon" appears to have cleaner ingredients and NO SOY

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  4. emma markoss

    I actually take a Dave Ramsey financial class at school. I had no idea he had a university! I'm in the 7th grade btw🤗

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  5. Erica Ayala

    I am so impressed! I just went grocery shopping for two! Spent $100 for the WEEK How do you do this for a whole MONTH! I always have a small panic attack when I see that total!

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  6. Rexy Smith

    Sooo true most of the time the cheaper version of things are filled with nasty ingredient . often contain less protein/ or less flavors when it's herbs and spices then you are less filled and need to use more at then end it's not necessarily the best choice. I also can't eat soy . It's in EVERY THING !!! 😱😐😂😂😂 much harder to find edible processed food

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  7. Miss Sincere

    I am trying to free up some money money fit my children and husband. I went on a diet for them so, they could have more food. I eat oats and fruit for breakfast & salad and home made vegetable soup for lunch and dinner. Anytime I get cravings I eat my mushroom ravioli when I get tempted to eat more. Ill only eat like 4 of them.

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  8. Danielle Coleman

    Try the ‘Better Than Bouillon’ stock base! These are SO delicious and last for a long time. Come in a few different flavors.

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  9. Chrisanna Fabela

    all the just brands are amazing if i rember right they are vegan and a branch off from justins almond butter

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  10. Elysa Francisco

    I don't do well with soy either, so I learned to make a lot of things myself. I now make my own mayo! There are a lot of helpful recipes on Pinterest. I also learned to make my own sofrito, adobo, and sazon seasonings.

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  11. Heather73090

    Thanks for the inspiration! What part of the us are you in? I know where you live can also affect how much the general cost of living is.

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  12. Sally Blatchford

    GIRL! Get you a fan, lol! Made me hot just watching you navigate your kitchen with just 1 window partially open, lol!

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  13. VeganMommyof2

    There’s a base they have beef, chicken, veggie, it’s a little pricy depending on where you go but it’ll last you months
    It’s a glass jar
    It’s um what the hell is the name of it ohhh got it
    it’s the better than bouillon

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  14. Brianna Daugherty

    please post more meal prepping from your grocery hauls. I am so interested in lowering my grocery budget and starting Dave Ramsey's Debt Free Living but I am so discouraged with the food aspect. Please help, Stacey!! TIA

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  15. my busy life

    We are 2 people and we are not under a tight budget like you are. Our budget for two adults and a cat is 200$ a month including gluten free products I have to use because of celiac disease. Even though we have a pretty big budget for food, I try to stay under budget. Your videos inspire me to be more aware of how much money I spend on food ☺️

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  16. Natural’bae Brown

    What kind of business do you own? I’m a new subbie and loving the vids and personality already. Idk if iv missed if you have said the business or not lol!

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  17. Kate McClelland

    This is very inspiring. I just got back to Canada after spending 2 months in Ecuador but Canadian groceries are so expensive when you're trying to eat healthy. But I am going to power through my negativity and try to do better and not waste as much food. As much as I would love to eat healthier and save money the quality of fruits and vegetables here is not what I was used to in Ecuador. A lot of things go bad very quickly since a lot of the food is imported from other provinces. This makes me want to get back into meal prepping. Thank you for your amazing and inspiring content 😊❤

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  18. Mikaila Conklin

    I’ve watched several of your videos thus far and I’m really inspired to try cutting back my budget. I had to make a diet change last year and just automatically raised my budget rather than seeing what I could make work with my old budget…. I could use those $60 back!! So, my aim for now is to get back to my $140/month budget (from $200) and then see what I can do from there!

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