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March 2008 Grocery Challenge

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Old Style MoneySaving
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  • well i went waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay over on the March GC, not even gonna post how much it ws (i don't really know....!)
    Please put me down for £250 for April, my month started on 1st.
    Disneyworld Florida in August 2011 :j
    Lost so far: 0 lbs of 4st
    Mother of beautiful son with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
  • Like the cows tail, as my gran would have said (all behind, that is)
    Well, I've gone over & was feeling THOROUGHLY fed up, but as someone else pointed out, it's better than when I started, & it makes me think hard about everything I spend. The constant moan from DD2 is "There is no food in the house..... only ingredients!!!!"

    See you all on April (how many pages already???):rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

    Whoops - target was £350, actual spend was £383.07
    A miserably failed DFW :(
  • Hi Mrs Mc

    I seem to have forgotten to post my end of March total, sorry about that. I want to declare: £ 39.08 spent for March out of £40.00 so am well pleased with that. Thanx so much. And my aim for April which you seem to already have is £ 50.00.

    Thanx so much to everyone, love the recipes, they're great.
    x x x
    LBM Feb 09[STRIKE] £64 427.32[/STRIKE] £13 700.59! Sub £15 000!
    DFD July 2018
    GC 01Dec ~ 30Dec £40.00 SSF £00.00
    NSD 00/20 WSC (08~14) £13.59 SSF £00.00 DFW Nerd 319 Proud To Be Dealing With My Debts!
    "Captain Jack Harkness! When will you learn that you can't solve every problem by shagging it?!"
  • Hi Mrs M

    How late am I???? Final count £142.02 for March.
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