When it comes to buying lunches, it helps to do the maths.
Being generous isn't a bad thing, but being too generous can be.
i (still) love food
Sometimes, you don't adjust to new realities as quickly as you might like. #truthbomb
a little bit scared
Getting my financial life in order will hopefully stop the fear.
i love food
Another fortnight, another $40 over my grocery budget. I am trying to stick to a grocery budget of $100 a fortnight, something I think is eminently achievable given there's just me and some plants in my house. I see lots of people in the blogosphere spend that in a month for a family the size... Continue Reading →
wasting a quarter
Do we really waste a quarter of the food we buy?
don’t forget bills
Interlude - where I roll my eyes and cost myself money
clothes – OMFG the wardrobe
Even a quick glance at my wardrobe tells me I've bought too many clothes, and specifically I've bought too many that I either no longer wear or never wore.
books – because why start somewhere easy
I started my Year of Challenges with what was, for me, going to be the hardest: not buying any books or magazines for a year.
entertainment spending: *facepalm*
I have this bad, bad habit. When I go out, I get caught up in the moment and spend far too much money on meals, drinks and generally having a good time.