wannaBrich wrote: »
Right then, I'm on Feb budget, I'm in!£250 and spent so far ... £9.98
Today I bought -
Sandwich meal deal 3.29
3 x WW ready meals chilled
bag of apples
2 x can sausage and spaghetti in tom sauce
the only spend I plan tomorrow is
99p breakfast roll
3.29 sandwich meal deal
saturday and sunday will be NSDGood luck everyone and thatnks for the welcomes
gdyr1945 wrote: »
[...] They love going to Frankie and Benny's so could end up there for dinner. .
CherryPie wrote: »
Declaring for Jan @ £61.70 £16.70 over budget but, still way less than this time last year!
Think I've posted for Feb but in case I haven't £50 for Feb please Mrs M.
This is for just me and includes all grocery type things that come from the supermarket. I can't include petrol as it costs me approx £200 a month and that just makes me mad!!!!:mad:
My Feb starts tomorrow as it's payday. Think I'll put off going to the shops until I really need to. And maybe instead of the Tesco at the end of my road (FAR TOO HANDY!!!) I'll try the Aldi I pass on the way home from work?
Good luck for Feb everyone!!
scotsaver wrote: »
Mothership - sorry if I'm being a bit dim but I have read through all the posts that you've made about the 2nd Purse I think it's a brilliant idea but am I right in thinking that basically if you buy something that's on offer you put what you've saved into the 2nd purse? If that's the case, say I spend £2 and I've saved £2, which I then put in the 2nd purse, do I then put on my GC that I've spent £4?
Just trying to get my head round the idea, as my GC is £250 and I'm usually only slightly under and that's thanks to buying things when they are on offer, otherwise my GC would be a lot higher. For example, this month I've bought cheese, ICBINB, mince, apples etc as they were on offer, the true cost would have put me over my GC. Hope you can see where I'm coming from.;)
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