Fun Friday Shopping Totals: See how I feed my family of six (including 3 teens!) for around $400/month. See our $100 Budget Weekly Menu here and (NEW!) link up your savings below!
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SAVE A LOT–Spent $18.47.
Walmart Part 2 (I forgot to unload a bag.)
Winn Dixie–Spent $22.23 ($2.89/lb Top Round–lowest price for our area).
Weekly Total: $ 152.96
April Monthly Total: $ 459.34
($100/week budget for six people–I’m over budget, but I was able to purchase many items that we will use next week, so hopefully I will be back on track.)
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I signed up for emeals this week because I haven’t been very good about planning grocery shopping or meals. We end up eating the same things over and over again and it was getting very old. So I signed up with emeals. I did my shopping at Walmart today and only spent $55 and have everything I need for meals for the week (I did have a few things on hand). I plan out $100 for the week so I still have money left over for the week for groceries. It’s nice to have the meals and grocery list ready to print out. Without your inspiration I don’t think I would have done it, so thank you. Next time I’ll remember to take a picture of the groceries. 😉
That’s great Samantha!
I love your website! I do have a question though, do you always purchase your cheese pre-shredded? I usually find it cheaper to buy a large block and shred as needed, plus most shredded cheeses contain a plastic ” powder” to keep it from sticking.
I used to buy the block cheese and shred it, and even bought whole milk cheese at one point. With everything on my plate right now, it’s one of the convenience foods we use.