Other than rent or mortgage payments, the biggest chunk of just about everyone's monthly budgets is food spending. At a cursory glance, there seems to be no two ways around it. The cost of groceries seem to always be sneaking higher and higher, and even a bite from a fast food burger joint can slip $10 out of your wallet if you want to get full. It seems that if you want quality food, you have to pay a premium price, right? Wrong.
Wanting to eat filling and delicious meals without punching a hole in your budget is not a unique problem. When the same issue was starting to bother Beth Moncel, she was determined to find a solution, not only for herself but for everyone out there that wanted great food even after going through bankruptcy. For years now she has been running a popular blog known as Budget Bytes (http://www.budgetbytes.com/) with the aim of helping people in need of clever, quick, and satisfying meals that cost just pennies per serving. From hearty breakfasts to seasonal pastas to even vegetarian dishes, the options she presents are seemingly endless.
Being Thrifty After Your Bankruptcy
When you have fallen on hard times, it is important to remember that there are always means to get back up again. Even after going through a difficult bankruptcy, you don't have to feel discouraged. When you utilize smart solutions like Budget Bytes and speak with a Kansas bankruptcy attorney, you can dust yourself off and find agreeable solutions to handle your debt.
Rick Hodge, Attorney at Law and his legal team have been helping the people of Kansas manage their debt for years. Our focus is our clients – it is as simple as that. We want to do everything we can to get you through this process as painlessly as possible.
When you work with us, we can explore alternatives to bankruptcy, decide if
what chapter of bankruptcy is right for you, and even discuss plans to set you up for a successful
life after bankruptcy. We are here to help you get on your feet and back on track. It is possible, but you have to be ready to take the first step. Call
316.448.1028 or fill out an
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