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How we did compared to budget in December:
1. Stay within grocery budget (£200). Fail (ish) although I nearly made it. At least £48 of the grocery spending was on coffee (for our stockpile), so I only went over budget by about £14. At this time of the year I’m happy with that
2. Increase income by at least £100. Yes. We gained an extra £218.17 in December
We also very gratefully received a bonus from hubby’s company. It was a total surprise and will enable us to finish all of the work on our house in 2013. We’re saving a percentage of it as they’re as likely to let him go as reward him next year!
January WILL be a lot less spendy……..I hope!
How did you do to budget in December?
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