This month, our income dropped unexpectedly so we’re trying to find more ways to cut our already tight budget.
It’s easy to freak out but this time, I decided to think more positively.
I just read my first issue of the Oprah magazine, which I love!
In it was her interview with Deepak Chopra, spiritual thinker and best selling author.
Oprah had India on her vision board so she took this opportunity to interview Deepak Chopra in his native India, so she could visit India for the first time. And it looks like she had a blast!
So from thinking positively and lots of prayer, I found this offer for free organic produce delivery from Full Circle, that I mentioned last week. This free offer is no longer available.
Full Circle is rolling out the red carpet to the San Francisco Bay Area so they offered 2 weeks of free organic produce, any size box, for their trial run. I chose the largest box.
We’ll be getting organic produce delivered to us for a few weeks, which will definitely help with our grocery budget this month. Our box this week included kale, swiss chard, spinach, bok choy, apples, zucchini, avocado, lemons, tangelos, oranges, and broccoli.
This is the second time I’ve tried an organic produce delivery service. What’s great is that fresh produce arrives at your door and you get what’s in season.
The down side is that you have a limited variety of fruits and vegetables to choose from so you’re forced to plan your meals around what’s available.
How it works is that they have a set list of what the box contents will contain each week. But you can switch out any particular fruit or vegetable for another that they have on their substitute list.
The other down side is that since they deliver overnight, the box could sit outside for awhile or the driver may deliver your box to the wrong house. If this happens the company will credit your account.
I’m just really thankful for free produce and organic at that.
Next time you’re feeling sorry for yourself or dire situation, try to switch the energy and think positively. It starts with being thankful for what you have and living in the present, not freaking out about the unknown future.