The No Spend Challenge – Day 6: Meal Swapping

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Jonathan graduated with a degree in Business Administration from Ouachita Baptist University. He also holds a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Texas at Arlington. While he works for a contractor buying specialized tools, his passion is personal finance, frugal living, blogging, and stewardship.

This is the Sixth day of The No Spend Challenge. To read all posts in order start with Day One. Read a summary of the challenge and view all 31 days in a list format here.

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Welcome to Day 6! Our assignment today is to plan a Meal Swap!

Today our assignment is to call, email, private message, post on Pinterest, Tweet, or use Facebook to contact a few of our friends to make a plan to trade a meal or two this month.

You could even try a fun add like this one:

Wanted Meal Swap

When you meal swap choose one of the following:

A. The meals can be freezer friendly and exchanged at the begging of the week.
B. The meals can be delivered on a designated day.
or
C. Something else that works for your family and friends!

Consider too the following Facebook groups to get your creative juices flowing:

Dave Ramsey – Budgeting Meals

Dave’s TMM Friendly Meals Plans

Here’s also 7 articles on meal swapping.

Meal Swap Guide from Twin City Swappers

5 Steps to a Successful Dinner Swap from Real Simple

Organizing Your Own Freezer Meal Swap from Frugal Living NW

How to set up a Meal Swap from Bargain Babe

How to Start a Neighborhood Meal Swap from MomLogic

How to Start a Meal Exchange from The Simple Dollar

Kitchen Sisters Club from Balancing Beauty and Bedlam

 

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Have you ever done a meal swap with friends or family? What meal swapping tips do you have to share?

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Jonathan graduated with a degree in Business Administration from Ouachita Baptist University. He also holds a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Texas at Arlington. While he works for a contractor buying specialized tools, his passion is personal finance, frugal living, blogging, and stewardship.

2 Comments

  1. I am so enjoying this challenge! today was the first day of the new year I went out and spent so little! Only bought what was absolutely needed!

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