8th: was planning a no spend day, but things went wrong!

  • breakfast: cereal and smoothie
  • lunch: Boots sandwiches for three, hubby bought lunch at work
  • tea: fish an chips from the freezer with veg
  • snacks: crisps, chocolate, fruit and yogurt

9th: no spend day

  • breakfast: cereal and smoothie
  • lunch: spaghetti and sausages for two, homemade noodle dish thingy for me, and hubby homemade soup
  • tea: pie (from the freezer), gammon (half, rest frozen for later) and veg, hubby a meat pie
  • snacks: crisps, yogurt, biscuits (left over from Christmas)

10th random spend day

  • Co-op: needed milk £2.00 (too heavy to carry from big shops
  • Asda: veg, cakes for the weekend (treats), lunch things for the weekend £11.91
  • Boots: face creams, and lunch £31.75 (used lots of vouchers saved £5.00 and added an extra (250 points)
  • playgroup £3.00

 

  • breakfast: cereal and smoothie
  • lunch: Boots sandwiche for two (shared) school lunch and hubby had homemade soup
  • tea: breaded chicken and chips using left over chicken
  • snacks: hot cross buns, crisps, yogurt

11th: no spend day

  • breakfast: cereal and smoothie
  • lunch: spaghetti shapes, jacket potato and frozen bolognaise, school lunches, hubby bought lunch at work
  • tea: leftover mince made into homemade stew and dumplings
  • snacks, hot cross buns, crisps

12th: no food spend day (need jeans for Squidge, going to Gap outlet)

  • breakfast: cereal and smoothie
  • lunch: girls are at party in the morning, sandwiches
  • tea:

 

Things went to pot this week as Squidge came down with something funny on her scalp and a trip to walk-in in town made some plans go wrong. But, I’m getting better at looking at what I need verses what I want, when I shop I still look at the yellow sticker area. Sometimes there is a nice treat, sometimes there is things that I would normally buy and can be frozen or eaten that day.

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