I have stopped buying food! I have been slipping lately in terms of my food shop – watching too much end up in the rubbish bag after bad meal planning.
It’s September! Which means our 40-day food challenge is officially over and we have made it through without severe malnutrition or scurvy! We spent a maximum of £89.00 on food in 40 days – I am quite happy about that! 🙂 It’s not £20 I know but that was maybe pretty optimistic!
An update on the 40 Day Food challenge. It is so tricky to stick to such a small budget! I am going to give you an insight into how the challenge has actually progressed.
OK – here we go the mealplan for the 40 day food challenge is written! This is an extended mealplan for eating across a long space of time with a very low budget.
Well – here we go, I chucked the idea around in my head and with some feedback via Twitter I decided to go for it! Welcome to my 40 Day Food Challenge – #40dayfood – in which I try to spend no more than £110 on all food, drink and toiletries until payday on the 29th August 2014. […]
There are times during your debt-free journey when things are just so close to the knuckle it wears you down. These are the toughest times, waiting for Mr CR’s first paycheck from his new job, almost at the end of the month, very very little money left in the bank. How will we cope?