Grocery Spending: March 2023 – A Wholesome Slice of Life


Nicely, after February’s thrilling drop in spending, it went again up. I did go to Costco twice, however felt like I saved it pretty below management, so it appears to me it was extra of a pure night out of spending than a real financial savings.

Nevertheless, it additionally was an extended month within the sense that I match a complete additional week of grocery buying proper on the finish of the month (3/31) for the next week so I basically paid for per week of groceries in March that I didn’t use till April.

Two different elements at play:

  • Protein. David is on a brilliant well being kick proper now. I’m tagging alongside and supporting no matter approach I can. A technique is guaranteeing he (actually, we) are getting sufficient protein. It’s arduous to get the optimum protein objective we’re capturing for muscle development (roughly 30g per meal for me, extra for him), so grocery spending is as much as try to accommodate that. Eggs, cottage cheese, rooster breakfast sausage, steak, protein shakes… pricy! I’ve been profiting from Butcher Field’s member offers although. I simply stocked up on free vary rooster breast for roughly $5.75/lb.
  • The children are consuming extra. Which is nice. How fortunate am I to have wholesome, rising youngsters which are operating and enjoying and needing to be fueled via it? Really! However gosh, it appears each week we’re going via the bag of oranges, bunch of bananas, loaf of bread, yogurts, bag of bell peppers, and so on sooner and sooner.

I’ll say, as a constructive, that our consuming out is staying low. We’ve a meal out roughly 6 instances on a median month, together with lunches (like Jimmy Johns) and/or dinner. Which means each different meal and snacks are at residence, in order that’s lots of at-home cooking, prep, and snacking. OK, the full:

Complete Meals $682.64
Publix $382.65
Costco $313.62
TOTAL $1,378.91

$1,378 spent in March 2023. Humorous sufficient, I simply appeared again to March 2022 and I spent $1,373.85. How insanely shut is that? Ha.


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