jack0212 wrote: »
Please could I join in for February. After alot of consideration, I have finally ordered myself a bread maker too. I can't wait for it to arrive. It's like Xmas all over again but without the expense!!
Spiggle wrote: »
Welcome alicemskinner, :wave:
As has been said by our fellow challengers, there are far too many variables. You will find that some people have in their signatures what they include and or how many they are feeding. The important thing to remember is that it is your challenge so comparing to anyone else would be pointless as there is no competition here only support.
prettypaula wrote: »
im going to try aldi in Feb always been a bit of a food snob but will get fruit etc and see what else they have tin wise as nearly run out of all tins.. bet youre glad its payday!
shinydriver wrote: »
Can I just ask if there is a reason that the Supermarkets aren't written about by name? Eg MrM etc
Gorgeestwo wrote: »
Haven't posted for a while, have totally failed this month had an operation a couple of weeks ago and its my sons birthday today, so I've totally lost track of what I've spent though am sure its over my target.
So going to start February with a totally clean slate and make sure I get myself organised in theory being a shorter month I should be able to do it for less, so could I be put down for £250 for Feb please.
CRANKY40 wrote: »
There is no such thing as a fail on this challenge. You can choose between "Think how much I would have spent if I hadn't been doing the grocery challenge", or "I will try again next month", but you cannot fail.
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