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February 2010 Grocery Challenge

edited 29 January 2010 at 9:34AM in Old Style MoneySaving
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  • Hi I'm declaring £343/£360 for Feb. It was a shorter month which helped and I use some of the shopping I bought in Jan.
    I must have previously spent alot more than this without realising, as this still seems like alot, but I have been much more frugal, even making the kids eat the really cheap morrisons value cornflakes at about 40p a box! When I get the toddler potty trained- I will save on nappies!!

    Purpletent
    GC: Jan £383/£360 Feb £343/£360
    March £241/£360 monthly spend
    Virtual Sealed Pot 2010 Challenge:
    £38.80 saved
  • Im late declaring but Ive done it! £473.46:j
    Annual Grocery budget 2018 is £1500 pa £125 calendar month £28.84 pw for 3 adults
  • ZendZend Forumite
    166 posts
    Hi, I'm declaring for £140, thats and underspend of £60:j. Savings so far for Jan and Feb = £110.
    January spend = £100
    Spent =
    saving =
  • remmieremmie Forumite
    99 posts
    Part of the Furniture 10 Posts
    Declaring £120 for February. Over budget I know, but I didn't factor in DH's birthday. Cooked his favourite meal of lambs shanks and had a bottle of wine (cheaper than going out, he he)

    January was meal planning month
    February was portion control

    Hoping to learn lots more this month
  • MellydMellyd Forumite
    20 posts
    Hello - sorry I'm so late replying but been on holiday. Can declare £396.78 for Feb!! I'm so pleased as this is within my budget!!
    Thanks
    Mellyd
    MFW 2010 No. 145 £449/600 :)
    Mortgage @ 1.4.10 £206,475.19:eek:
    Sealed Pot Challenge No. 908

    Savings Challenge £0/£4500 :o
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