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January 2011 Grocery Challenge

edited 29 December 2010 at 11:09AM in Old Style MoneySaving
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  • edited 1 January 2011 at 4:36PM
    supersally01supersally01 Forumite
    785 posts
    edited 1 January 2011 at 4:36PM
    Afternoon all,
    can I ask how are you guys putting your figures / text below your replies? I too would like to post the progress of my challenge, can anyone help?:)

    Thanks for you help, think I've cracked it now!
  • guccigooguccigoo Forumite
    483 posts
    Afternoon all,
    can I ask how are you guys putting your figures / text below your replies? I too would like to post the progress of my challenge, can anyone help?:)

    hi supersally go into user cp at the top of the page and then into edit signature :)
    I will lose 2 stone by this summer!!!!!!
  • wssla00wssla00 Forumite
    1.9K posts
    Supersally- go into user CP which is a button along the top and then on the left there is a button called edit signature :)
    Feb GC: £200 Spent: £190.79
  • fizzypopsfizzypops Forumite
    248 posts
    hello can i join please :D

    its me, ds1 (7),ds2 (4) and an 9 month old pup :)

    i would like to start off at £200 for jan please i want this to cover food, cleaning items, pet food etc. i will ideally get it down each month but want to start off with a realistic number as i have not got a clue how much i spend each month as i usually do top up shops in the week.

    do we put down on here when we have spent money or just update sig?

    thanks everyone :cool:
    Total debt- 2982.00 Now- £2890.00
  • Hi all new to grocery challenge. Have a budget of £440 for all food and household spends for Jan. Hoping to come in under this as freezer is reasonably well stocked.
    I am playing all of the right notes just not necessarily in the right order :D.
  • Good luck with the challenge everyone.
    I'm very new to all of this so please put me down for £50 for January 11. I have lots of food in the cupboards but the fridge is bare, however, I do hope for quite a few NSD.
    Keybilly
    Mortgage [STRIKE]£111,000 [/STRIKE]£107,000- under £100,000 by December 2011
    Grocery challenge January 2011 - £50.91 / £50(+5%)
    :j NSD - 5
    Weight loss challenge - January 2011 - 3 / 4lbs Total to loose - 10lbs Gym - 6/Jan11
  • First spend of the year yesterday, £68.02 at Mr T, mostly for booze and soft drinks, but they should last a wee while, and I have a food store in. Good luck everyone for 2011!

    Oops also £75 fuel in the two cars!
    mardatha wrote: »
    It's what is inside your head that matters in life - not what's outside your window :D
    Every worthwhile accomplishment, big or little, has its stages of drudgery and triumph; a beginning, a struggle and a victory. - Ghandi
  • Just done an on-line order for £60ish so when that comes on Monday I'll update siggy

    Helen
    Projects made for craft fair - 40 :)
    1st fair on 13/4/14 :j
  • Can I join in, please? I know I'm a bit late, but I need to turn over a new leaf.

    I'm doing the storecupboard challenge atm, so can you put me down for £150, that's from 27th Dec to 30th Jan. I've spent £22.44 so far, must organise myself and get reading Weezl's website.
  • Billie-joBillie-jo Forumite
    1.2K posts
    HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE.

    First day of the year and it will be a NSD :T Hope there are many more to come.

    Hardly eaten anything except soup since Christmas day due to flu but today felt hungry so just made two small hash browns from scratch and they were lovely. Thanks to who ever it was who mentioned them. :rotfl:
    MARCH £62.38/250
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