If you applied your hourly working rate to the hours of time you’ve wasted piecing together meal plans that have you overspending on groceries, or miscommunicating with your partner, or [insert other mindless, joyless, expensive activities here that you don’t want to do], then what have you already spent?
There’s no ROI in inefficiency.
What could you have earned if you were focused on your work + clear on your financial goals?
What margin would you have if you traded last-minute spending on rushed delivery, unplanned takeout + Target drive-ups for an intentional investment in a system that helps you pace yourself?
When you consider your true household value up against the expensive convenience costs, you’re likely to see that if you could operate with more efficiency, your financial challenges could course-correct nearly overnight.
Not to mention, you’re more likely to see a return on investment in your health — way beyond financial wealth.
In our opinion, that’s the greatest ROI there is.