Monthly Spending – February 2020

Here are all of my expenses for the last month!  My bulk spending included two bricks of cheese, four cans of olives, six packages of pasta/rice sides, five cans of vegetables, and eight containers of yogurt.  The week after I bought eighteen eggs for $0.99, a dozen eggs were on sale for $0.29.  Amazingly, they’ve been on sale for $0.29 several times in the last few months.  I forgot to include yogurt in my post about sweet treat alternatives because it is rarely my right price.  Grapes were on sale, and they were more delicious than normal so I bought two bags and froze one of them.  The picture is the receipt for the pasta/rice sides.  They were on sale, plus I had a digital coupon for $5 off my purchase of $5 or more.  Depending on which brand I’m getting, I usually pay $0.88 or $0.99 for each package.  I was pretty excited about paying $0.94 for six packages!

                                                             February        2020 YTD Total

  • Automobile: fuel                              –                27.57
  • Bacon                                                 –                1.98
  • Beans (canned)                                0.59           5.13
  • Beef jerky                                          –                7.28
  • Bread                                                  0.89           2.67
  • Carrots                                               0.59           0.59
  • Cheese                                               0.98           0.98
  • Chips (corn)                                      0.89           0.89
  • Eggs                                                    0.99           2.35
  • Fast food                                            –                1.36
  • Fruit (grapes, bananas, etc.)         6.59           10.52
  • Gambling – lottery                          –               8.00
  • Home: maintenance & repairs     21.67         28.78
  • Home: mortgage                              745.83      1,491.66
  • Hot dog wieners                              –                2.50
  • Ice cream (incl. fruit bars)             –               2.99
  • Lettuce, tomato, & cucumbers     2.03           5.93
  • Milk                                                     2.79           8.37
  • Milk (chocolate)                               –               1.98
  • Olives                                                 3.96           3.96
  • Orange juice                                     1.78           3.56
  • Pasta/Rice sides                              0.94          6.88
  • Pizza (frozen)                                    –               9.95
  • Popcorn (kernels)                            –               1.86
  • Potato flakes                                     –               2.98
  • Sausage                                              –               9.40
  • Software                                            24.36        24.36
  • Sour cream                                       0.60           0.60
  • TV dinners                                        1.60           1.60
  • Utilities: cell phone                         1.55           1.55
  • Utilities: electricity                         34.35        66.99
  • Utilities: internet/cable                  105.12       204.73
  • Utilities: natural gas                       21.63         43.07
  • Utilities: water/trash                      42.26        84.52
  • Vegetables (canned)                       2.73           2.73
  • Vitamins                                            –               8.79
  • Yogurt                                                3.12            3.12

                           Total                        $1,027.84       $2,092.18
Linda 🙂

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