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May 2019 Grocery Challenge

edited 18 April 2019 at 9:09AM in Old Style MoneySaving
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  • I’m back after 7 years being self employed .....��
    Please put me down for £400.....tried to put it in red but it’s not working for me ��. Can anyone advise please
  • MissDotty93MissDotty93 Forumite
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    Please put me down for £240 this month, its my first month giving this a go
  • Suffolk_lassSuffolk_lass Forumite
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    I’m back after 7 years being self employed .....��
    Please put me down for £400.....tried to put it in red but it’s not working for me ��. Can anyone advise please

    Possibly your phone interface. I have boosted it for you though so don't worry

    Save £12k in 2020 - #20 £5,010.84/£5k 100.22% after September
    OS Grocery Challenge 2020 target £2,230.32/£3k 74.34% so far at end of Sep
    Mortgage Free Wannabes 2020 #37 - exceeded our £15,000 target and paid the whole thing off
    MFIT T5 No 2 all gone after Q7
    My Debt Free Diary was Get a grip Woman
  • Suffolk_lassSuffolk_lass Forumite
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    Please put me down for £240 this month, its my first month giving this a go

    Welcome! Do have a read of the first few posts for ideas to help you - oldies but goodies. Lots of help if you want it, a place to post if you just want to keep your records here

    Save £12k in 2020 - #20 £5,010.84/£5k 100.22% after September
    OS Grocery Challenge 2020 target £2,230.32/£3k 74.34% so far at end of Sep
    Mortgage Free Wannabes 2020 #37 - exceeded our £15,000 target and paid the whole thing off
    MFIT T5 No 2 all gone after Q7
    My Debt Free Diary was Get a grip Woman
  • FoxFaceFoxFace Forumite
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    Hi everyone!

    I haven't been around in forever, but am back! Just need a bit more motivation to not buy tons of takeaways... I usually stick to my grocery budget, but then end up not cooking and buying junk. :p

    Can you put me down for £350 for May please? Aiming for £80.00p per week for groceries and a £30 contingency for emergencies :)
    Debt Free Journey started 21.05.2017
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  • Do I have to add my husbands beer costs in there ? Lol:eek:
  • euronorriseuronorris Forumite
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    Lidl - £1.58 - Bread, Bananas, and a reduced pack of tropical fruit trifles (X3) for 20p.


    New total: £123.98/£300
  • JingsMyBucketJingsMyBucket Forumite
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    Happy May everyone! @elsiepac could you please put me down for $450 for this month, May 1st to May 27th? I still need to tally up April and finish it off and OH/new husband is still here with me in New York City. He flies back to Scotland next Tuesday and I'll go visit him at the end of the month. So much in motion right now!
    APRIL 2020 GC: $97.42/$300.00 // 3/12 NSD
  • candygirlcandygirl Forumite
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    Have spent £43 in Morrison's, n £27 in Aldi today .Have got full cupboards, fridge n freezer now, so hopefully wont have to spend a lot more this month.
    £71/120 :D
    "You can't stop the waves, but you can learn to surf"

    (Kabat-Zinn 2004):D:D:D
  • Hello everyone I'm new to the forums. Let's get started right away. Please put me down for £20 this month.
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