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January 2019 Grocery Challenge

edited 24 December 2018 at 11:23AM in Old Style MoneySaving
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  • pamsdishpamsdish Forumite
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    £2000 annual Please Elsie
    2018 £2285/£2149, 2019 £2000, 2020 £2000, £166.66 SPEND PER MONTH CARRYOVER ADDED TO BULK FUND..BULK FUND £220.31
    JAN £153.45 FEB £100.14 MARCH £138.87 APRIL £53.87
    MAY £17.46 + £16.10 + £6.86 + £13.07+£10.46 =£63.95
  • PipneyJanePipneyJane Forumite
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    Thank you for the new thread, Elsiepac. Please put me down for £120 for January, with my month commencing on the 1st.

    - Pip
    "Be the type of woman that when you get out of bed in the morning, the devil says 'Oh crap. She's up.' " o:)

    2020 Fashion on the Ration Challenge 29/66 coupons spent
  • Please put me down for £135 for January 2019. Hope to control my grocery spending in 2019.
  • Please put me down for January 2019. £50 for this & each month. Doesn't sound like a lot, but I live alone & do quite well at cooking, taking a pack up to work etc. I also bulk buy toiletries & household, & £50 goes quite far in 4ldi!
  • allie23allie23 Forumite
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    Hi there, please put me down for January for £150. Hoping to do better this month!!

    Thanks elsiepac for setting up the new thread. quite exiting to be starting Jan 2019.
    Frugal Living Challenge 2020
    Save £12k in 2020 - Challenger No 4 - £10,634/£35,000
    April Grocery Challenge £34.99/£200
  • funfairprincessfunfairprincess Forumite
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    Hi is it OK if I join again?

    Really need to get my message bill down. Total guess but put me down for £300!
    I'm not a muggle...I'm just magically challenged
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  • JingsMyBucketJingsMyBucket Forumite
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    Happy Xmas morning all and thanks elsiepac for starting the new year and new thread. :j Welcome to all the newcomers and all the old usuals.

    Please put me down for €350 lasting January 1st to January 30th. This will be the last month OH and I share together for a while because I’m returning to America for a few months before we get married later in 2019. I’ll be posting in dollars after January for a while. :) This also means that January is the last month in our apartment and we’re going to eat down the stores to avoid moving things!
    APRIL 2020 GC: $97.42/$300.00 // 3/12 NSD
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    dingdongsavingdingdongsaving Forumite
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    edited 26 December 2018 at 2:36PM
    Pondering on a 'normal' month in January.
    £320 for the month please.

    Family of 4. 2 dogs. 1 cat. All food, drink, cleaning products, pet food and toiletries.
  • cuddlymarmcuddlymarm Forumite
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    Hi
    Can I please join in too.
    I’d like to do £2000 for the year please.
    I’m aiming for less but plan to keep my stocks up ready for whatever Brexit brings.
    Merry Christmas guys. I hope you all had a good day.
    Cuddles
    January NST 2/16
  • CRANKY40CRANKY40 Forumite
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    Happy Christmas all and thanks for the thread Elsiepac. £200 for me for January please.
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