Financial Review of Week 34

Howdy everybody. Week 34 involved payday, so that meant we could buy food again without doing any ‘creative accounting’. FOOD AND HOUSEHOLD SHOPPING Vitamins, Stock Powder and Dried Figs £15.27 Rice, Naan, Poppadoms and Wraps £7.68 Meat for the boy, Frozen peppers and onions £10.29 Listerine, Toothpaste, Dental Floss £10.95 Milk, Sweet Potatoes, Chocolate Chips, Cucumber, Baking Potatoes, Bananas, …

FINANCIAL REVIEW OF WEEK 33

Hi everyone, Let’s get to it. FOOD AND HOUSEHOLD SHOPPING Mayonaise, Lettuce, Cherry Tomatoes, Burger Buns £3.55 Paracetamol x 2, Hay Fever Tablets, Gum £2.16 Milk, Mushy Peas x 2, Cheese, Cottage Cheese, Eggs, Paprika, Sweet Potato, Potatoes, Cucumber £9.63 Orange Juice, Milk, Bread £2.59 TOTAL = £17.93 DISPOSABLE/DISCRETIONARY SPENDING Travel (Day to Day) Bus Tickets x 6 = £7 Health …

Financial Review of Week 32

Hello everyone. Delayed due to internet issues, here is the financial review of the week previous to this one (7th – 13th August) FOOD AND HOUSEHOLD SHOPPING Orange Juice, Twirl Bars, Cucumber £2.35 Danish Pastries, Frozen Broccoli, Milk, Celery, Courgette, Bananas, Leeks, Cereal Bars, Carrots, Bread, Pasta Sauce £10.44 Chicken Tikka, Steak Pies, Frozen Peppers £6.29 TOTAL SPENDS …

FINANCIAL REVIEW OF WEEK 31

So you have just read about how I wasted my money in the whole of the month of July, but how did I do this week? Let’s take a stroll through my spending. FOOD AND HOUSEHOLD SHOPPING Milk and ‘healthy’ crisps £2.49 Mouthwash £3.99 Cucumber, Celery, Courgette, Chocolate, Cereal Bars, Ice Cream, Sausages, Tomatoes, Bread Rolls £9.34 Takeaway …

JULY 2017 EXPENSES ANALYSIS

Hi everybody, A new month has begun, autumn is on the way which means by extension WINTER IS COMING! I know, we are still in Summer, but I am always very excited for Autumn. I don’t know why but maybe because a school year always begins in September the start of Autumn always feels like …

Financial Review of Week (Checks Calendar) 29

HI EVERYBODY We are nearing payday, which is always exciting, but lesser so in this case because my wages this month will be severely hindered due to my month of madness (sick leave). This means the money is running out. And there is no way around it, if the definition of a No Spend Year …

6 MONTH SPENDING ASSESSMENT

Hi guys, We are now halfway through the year, scary times at Ridgemont High! So although I tend to assess my spending mainly across a tax year, I have also been keeping track of my spending across a more standard January – December 2017 year because why have one spreadsheet when you can have two! …

Financial Review of Week 22

I am so horrified by how little money I have and how little remains of the food budget that I am just going to post and run… HOUSEHOLD AND FOOD SHOPPING Milk and Bread £2.58 Medication £6.38 Crisps, Pizza, Pasta Sauce, Grapes, Cucumber £7.34 Coke, Pizza, Donuts, Bag for Life £4.24 Shampoo £0.75 Kitchen Roll, Fajita spices, Wraps, 7 x …

I do the best impression of myself

I need money. Due to basically spending all of the month’s food budget already, we have had to increase the budget by £50, and to be honest we have admitted defeat, and the new monthly food budget for the rest of the year will be £250. This means I had to find a way to front my £25 …

The Shops Are Lying To You

I am pretty wise to the tricks shops pull to try and make you part with your hard earned cash. But today Boots really pissed me off. I went to buy our shampoo because at the wedding there was what I ‘affectionately’ refer to as ‘the shampoo incident’ where our bottle of shampoo leaked in …