This is a challenge test
Ok, I can't post anymore so I have to stop accepting challenges
Here is the list for Jan.
Emergency Fund Challenge $600/$1000
January Book Club 0/3
Grocery Budget Reduction Jan $175.00 per check
Project Monthly 0/12 Organize my bill filebox.
Menu Plan every 2 weeks 1/26
No More Eating Out 0/365 days
Well it seems everyone has been looking back on the year and forward to what the new year holds.
2008 for us started off being a bad year as DH hurt himself at work in December of 2007. Things just seemed to have gone down hill from there at least for the first 3/4 of 2008. But this last part of 2008 starting in about August, we just decided that we were going to try harder to get on our feet and start making some changes to get there. So far its working, slowly but surely we are
Updated 01-03-2009 at 02:09 PM by Gibs
I don't know about most others, but I'm so glad to see this year over!
We've had so much upheaval with the selling of our house, moving into a transitionary housing situation while the sellers could get close enough to finish their house so they could move out, and we could move in, to finishing up our 6th year of homeschooling, our cat & hamster dying, to getting the kids started back into p.school, & then Mike starting online classes.
I'm so ready
Updated 12-31-2008 at 03:02 PM by cheles2kids
For my 2009 Challenges and Goals:
I want to cook more (I'm kind of kitchen challenged). So with all the great tips here I should be able to handle cooking. I have also joined the Meal Planning Challenge to help in this department.
I need to save for the EF. My goal is $1000.
I am slashing the grocery budget to $200 for regular groceries and $50 for stockpiling by my Month-by-Month (found in another blog of mine).
I am going to try to shop Christmas