2016 vs 2015

I have more or less completed my food spreadsheet for the year, and I have to admit, I am quite impressed with myself!

Had I not kept a separate sheet to track my ‘diet shopping’ and thus can ignore it, I would actually have shaved over £200 off our annual food bill this year.
As it stands, we have only spent £78.35 more in 2016, and our average weekly shop has increased from £32.96 per week to £34.47.

food-cost-2015food-cost-2016I started Slimming World in June, so it was interesting to see that this month peaked in 2015 too.
However, October was our most expensive month this year, but what a difference cutting back on fruit purchases has made!
I certainly still won’t need to buy any for a while as MSM gave me a huge fruit basket which is still half full.

The challenge for 2017 is to better the figures, eat healthily and try to even it out a bit!
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