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November 2015 Grocery Challenge

edited 12 September 2015 at 3:08PM in Old Style MoneySaving
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  • My first spend of the month! £39.83/£200, which really pleased with and should keep me going till the 13th Nov :)
    Grocery challenge May £167/£160, June £38.88/£160
  • mrs_motivatedmrs_motivated Forumite
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    Another big shop, but the started buying food bits for Chistmas and bought 3 large YS joints of meat for the freezer....so although it's early in the month I still think I will stay within my budget.

    £177.70/350
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    edited 7 November 2015 at 6:40PM
    £15.10 spent over last couple of days. Getting low on fruit and need to get some more things for mains this week. Mostly veg left in freezer now so I should be able to get it defrosted soon.
    £114.54 left from £150
  • peony40peony40 Forumite
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    Evening all,

    Had a spend of £14.11 today, and have an online shop due for this coming Monday which should be approximately £43.76.
  • WinchelseaWinchelsea Forumite
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    Was not planning on spending today, but ended up in Po*ndland, where I splashed out £2. Three tins of tuna, and 250g of medium roast ground coffee. The coffee may turn out to lack taste - who knows - but at that price I'll give it a go, and save my posher one for the odd special cup!
    Keeping three cats, the car and myself on a small budget, and enjoying life while we're at it!
  • CrowdpleaserCrowdpleaser Forumite
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    5.75 spent today in Mr s on eggs, some cooking bits and broccoli. It really is these little shops that push the totals up!
  • wannalotwannalot Forumite
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    I spent a total of £19.65 today and yesterday in small shops at Morries, Home Borgains and Tosco, which is not bad at all for my big weekly shop. I still need to cut out a lot of rubbish I buy though, for the sake of both my wallet and my belly!

    I was especially pleased with Tosco this evening, with YS bread, delicious YS croissants and an expecially bargainous YS curry pot deal. I had a very nice chicken curry, rice and Nan for around £2. It was a very good substitute for a Saturday night takeaway and satisfied my yearning for a curry.

    I also got a voucher for £6 off a £40 shop, so I'll do my last big shop of the month there next weekend, and then survive on just a minishop until the end of the month.

    I'm really hoping to stay on budget this month, but it will take really careful planning, as I have guests in a couple of weeks, and I really want to make them welcome. They will probably be subjected to some of the delights of my freezer though!
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  • mrsdmrsd Forumite
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    Please can I be included again this month, my budget will have to go up to £250 as DS is now home and Im adding more Christmas bits to shop. first week shop came in at 39.42 so leaves me just under £211 for the month. Fortunately a lot of my present shopping is done and Ive managed to do a few hours overtime at work, so that will make a difference come pay day.
    Thoughts to all. Mrs D.
    Grocery challenge £52/£150 for June.
  • candygirlcandygirl Forumite
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    Another NSD today , mainly due to the awful weather, but need to go to ALD1 tomoz for a medium shop :) Dare I admit I haven't even started my XMAS shopping yet?:eek::eek:
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    Popped in to my local Mr S. as I needed some yoghurt for a recipe. Bought some bananas (reduced) while I was there, also some frozen peas. Total spend £2.52 - not bad.
    Keeping three cats, the car and myself on a small budget, and enjoying life while we're at it!
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