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I’m done with grocery spending in November, so this is my final round up. How did I do?
Well I had a budget of £200 and spent……..£214.23!! Oops! But when you think of all the stockpiling that’s been going on around here, I’m happy. This month has proved to me that we can lower our grocery spending and still eat the things we like.
Here’s what I added to our (stockpile) cupboards last week:
I’m sticking with a £200 budget for December – my son will be home from uni for 3 weeks (ish) and I have a couple of family meals to host – but will try to go a little lower in January.
How did you do with your grocery spending in November? Did you stay in budget?
Back tomorrow with December’s budget – our first for 2013?! Yikes!