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- Angela Rozmyn lives in Seattle with her husband and son and works as a LEED building accreditation professional.
- They’re saving close to 50% of their income and plan to retire in their early 40s.
- Over the last two years, Rozmyn reduced her family’s food spending from a monthly average of $ 2,000 to $ 800 by cutting out weekday lunches and minimizing trips to the grocery store.
Angela Rozmyn used to spend upwards of $ 2,000 a month on food for her family of three.
It seemed justified, she told Business Insider. They live in Seattle, where local and sustainable produce, high-quality meat, and craft beer often commands a higher price. Add in food delivery and last-minute trips to the grocery store and it’s easy to rack up a big bill, she said.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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