How to set a Food Storage Goal

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Making sure you have a food storage goal will help you progress with your food storage so much quicker! So, how in the world do you set a food storage goal which will work for you and your family?

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Making sure you have a food storage goal will help you progress with your food storage so much quicker!  How in the world do you set a food st

How to Set a Food Storage Goal

The best way to set and succeed with any goal is to make a “SMART” goal. Meaning it is specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and time bound. I’ll show you how to incorporate these into your food storage goal.

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S: Specific

First, you want it to be a specific goal.  Example of a non-specific goal: “I want to have a food storage”.  A specific goal: “I want a 3 month supply of food storage.” make it specific so anyone reading your goal knows what you want to accomplish.

M: Measurable

Next, make sure the goal is track-able.  As you build your food storage from a food storage plan or list, you’re able to mark stuff on the list, make a chart, and actually see your progress.  I teach you exactly how to build a food storage off recipes you eat now (picky eaters fight that), and make a list of how much you need (down to the teaspoon), the Food Storage Master Class.

With this, you walk away with a list of what you need, and you can measure and track your success.

A: Attainable

Then, make sure the goal is actually attainable!  If you know you have a limited budget and funds are hard to come by, the don’t set a goal to have a year supply of food!  It’ll take you years to get there! 

Instead, set a goal of having a 1 month supply.  It doesn’t hurt to make another goal when you’ve accomplished the first to grow it to a 3 month supply.  But make sure the goal is a challenge but is also is attainable.

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R: Realistic

Next, are your food storage goals really realistic? 

Let’s say you live in a 2 bedroom apartment, and have 4 kids.  Do you think a 1 year supply of food storage is really realistic with limited space?  Honestly, it’s most likely not.  Set a realistic goal based off your budget, and space allowance. Remember, it’s OK to expand on that goal and make it larger as space/money/time permist.

T: Time Bound

Finally, this one can be really hard!  Time bound means you will reach that goal by x ammount of time. 12 weeks, or by the end of the year are some examples.

Food storage is hard to commit to because there are so many other distractions and things to buy.  But when you set a time goal “have a 3 month supply of food storage by the end of 2020” it helps you become even more laser focused, and you can target your efforts on that. 

The food storage master class makes this easy since at the end of the class you have the exact shopping list of what you need and how much for your specific food storage goal.  You’re then able to estimate how much your food storage will cost, and set a time goal based off your budget when you can reach it by.

In conclusion

Need a food storage picky eater, diet, and budget approved? Check out this FREE CLASS on how to build a simple food storage which fits to your families needs.

Once you have your SMART food storage goal in place, you can start to create a plan on how to succeed with it! Make a list of recipes, figure out how much you need of each ingredient to get your recipes, and start shopping away according to your budget.

What is your food storage goal? Tell us below!

Further Reading:

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