NO MORE SPENDING
27. 02. 2012

I’ve finalised our grocery spending for February and I’m (very) pleased to report that we spent £152.90. Yes, it’s over my budget of £150, but wow! This is the lowest my grocery spending has EVER been for a month and I can’t quite believe it. It can be done. Yay! Can you tell how pleased I am? We can eat healthily and keep to a fairly tight (for us) budget. Now to see what we can do in March. :)

On our menu this week:

Just six meals this week as we’re out for a family dinner on Saturday night.
For further menu planning ideas please visit I’m an Organizing Junkie
Grocery plans for March are to make a month long meal plan, do one big supermarket shop (for a cupboard and freezer refill) and then make 3/4 smaller grocery runs throughout the month. I’m setting the budget at £185 to allow for the longer month and the extra entertaining I will be doing (family visits).
Have you closed out your February grocery budget yet? If so, how did you do?

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17 Responses to “Wrapping Up February Grocery Spending & Menu Plan Monday”

  1. sue15cat says:

    A brilliant end to the month for you, it really does help planning menus in advance, as I’m finding out now!!

    Sue xx

  2. Juhli says:

    Congratulations! It is hard to keep spending down in this area once I work through what is in the pantry and freezer as it all has to be replace eventually. Good luck in March and I am interested to hear how you like planning a month of menus and doing a giant shop.

  3. Lena says:

    Awesome, great job on having the least spending month!! We are pretty much done with our February grocery budget too. Just need to pick up a gallon of milk tonight, and we are all set.

  4. Maureen says:

    Well done that was an extremely tight budget to stick too.
    But menu planning is such a huge help, I’ll need to get right onto mine…..

  5. Donna says:

    Can you tell me more about Fish Pie?

  6. ~Carla~ says:

    Well done!! :) I hope to do much better next month!

  7. Scarlet says:

    I was £5.35 over, coming in at £105.35 for the 3 of us. I found that menu planning for the month made it much easier too. It’s comforting to know that even on a tight budget you have all you need to feed yourself for a month.

  8. declutterer says:

    That’s an amazing effort!