$11.98 photo prints of kids for my desk at work/Dinner out (counting this as our lunch for the week since it was a cheap burger joint for a friend's birthday)
: $54.09 Groceries, McDonalds for DS1 & DH, Scones and coffee for breakfast.
(But Dh bought $9.34 in groceries)
: $80 for the Domperidone (budgeted), $9 for lunch at work, $9 for McDonalds for DH and DS1 when they visited me at work, and $15 for take-n-bake pizza for dinner.
$66.66 for groceries, Dinner out (Indian, spent more than we should. I forget that it's automatically 20% spendier when we don't get take out) $10 for lunch, ordered in because I didn't have time for anything else.
: $84 on Amazon (mostly budgeted treats, playfood for DS, RAM for DH, bottles for baby) $40 for the part to fix my laptop, $120 on DS's diapers, $215 on DH and my anniversary present, and BOTH lunch and dinner out.
: $23.95 on groceries, $18 at Target (in budget!!), $28 at World Market, with an unplanned $6 on McVitties Chocolate Digestives, over which I have no self control whatever.
$27 on garden fees, plus dinner out because we didn't make it home in time after picking up DH's brain meds -- stupid DEA controlled substances act!
Spending within budget
: Drat, I Blew it
Didn't make my 5 days of no spending challenge for this work week, but it's well lost -- I spent $27 on my registration and mulch/seed/water fee for the Community Garden today. I totally would not have wanted to lose out on the opportunity and it will more than pay for it's self in fresh homegrown organic produce by the end of the summer. So it's not really a "spend", it's investing, right?
And I would have blown it anyway, considering that I forgot to pay my bar fees last week and absolutely MUST get that check off tomorrow. Again, budgeted and an investment.
4/16 no spending AT ALL days (not one cent, even if it's budgeted)
Eating limited to Friday supper and one weekend lunch. (week 1:
No spending on hobbies, finish the projects I have.
No more than 2x week ordering in lunch at work. (week 1:
>$400 on Groceries during the month. ($150.12/$400)