Monthly Spending – March 2022

Here are all of my expenses for the last month!  It was time for my six-month vehicle insurance premium.  My protein powder was on clearance, and I’m disappointed that I’ll have to find a different one in the future.  The one I’ve been using has better ingredients and price than the other options.  My bulk spending included three cans of beans, three loaves of bread, four containers of protein powder, and eighteen bottles of wine.

                                                                   March      2022 YTD Total

  • Alcohol                                               57.48        114.96
  • Automobile: fuel                              –                43.92
  • Automobile: insurance                  371.50       371.50
  • Beans (canned)                                1.57           3.31
  • Bread                                                  2.61            5.16
  • Carrots                                               0.59           1.18
  • Cereal                                                 1.19            8.09
  • Chicken (canned)                           –                15.96
  • Chili (canned)                                  0.89           6.23
  • Chips (pretzels)                                0.93          1.75
  • Cotton swabs                                    –               6.37
  • Crackers (saltine)                            –               2.25
  • Eggs                                                    0.79           2.64
  • Fruit (bananas, grapes, etc.)         3.47           13.89
  • Grits                                                    1.29            4.65
  • Home: lawn supplies                     49.40         74.96
  • Home: maintenance & repairs     37.83        37.83
  • Home: mortgage                              745.83      2,237.49
  • Home: property taxes                    –                5,098.64
  • Ice cream (incl. fruit bars)            1.58            1.58
  • Lettuce & tomato                             0.95           6.96
  • Milk                                                     1.74           3.48
  • Milk (chocolate)                               –               0.97
  • Mustard                                             –                0.55
  • Nuts                                                    –                5.25
  • Pasta/Rice sides                              –                5.00
  • Peanut butter                                   –                2.59
  • Popcorn (kernels)                           –                3.64
  • Potatoes (5 lb)                                   –               0.87
  • Protein powder                                61.96         61.96
  • Rice (3 lb)                                           –               1.89
  • Soap (body wash)                            –               5.78
  • Soap (face)                                        –                3.86
  • Software                                            –                32.44
  • Toilet paper                                       21.64         21.64
  • Tuna fish (canned)                          3.76           3.76
  • TV dinners                                        –                12.35
  • Utilities: cell phone                         15.38         46.30
  • Utilities: electricity                         28.50         92.00
  • Utilities: internet                             50.33         143.82
  • Utilities: natural gas                       31.96         76.60
  • Utilities: water/trash                      44.74        129.86
  • Vegetables (frozen)                         0.89           6.23
  • Vinegar (for salad dressing)        –                1.99

                           Total                           $1,538.80    $8,722.15

Linda 🙂

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