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No grocery shopping

June 28th, 2015 at 09:20 am

I don't really have much financial to discuss today. I just thought it was noteworthy that after a 5-item shopping trip last week, I didn't go shopping at all yesterday. I still have plenty of food, and the only thing I need to buy for is for my DIL's birthday dinner. We're going to do that on Wednesday, but she still hasn't decided what she wants! I can stop Wednesday morning, if it comes to that, but I wish she would let me know.

It's funny how I am really starting to think in terms of being home all the time. Like I was thinking, oh, I don't have to do the laundry today, I can wait until Monday. Oh, wait a minute, I do have to go to work on Monday!

I can feel myself relaxing, though. No more do I have to get everything done on the weekend.

Yesterday I went to my grandson's baseball game (though I spent the whole time in the playground with the younger grandson). I did some housework, watched "Poldark" (thanks, Laura!), read a little, cooked a little (burned my carrots, oh well!) It was great! I'm looking forward to many more days like that!

6 Responses to “No grocery shopping”

  1. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    That's pretty awesome that you don't have any groceries to pick up. Smile
    If the birthday party is on Wednesday, then that means it'll be in a new budget month. Smile Smile

  2. Kiki Says:

    Any word on the museum job? Part time means you still have so much time to do things.

  3. laura/wife of the deacon Says:

    So glad you watched Poldark! I just told my husband that I am enjoying this version far, far better than the original one (BBC circa 1975 or 1976). Smile

  4. My English Castle Says:

    Ooooh. I watched Poldark in London in the spring. And I may watch again!

  5. CB in the City Says:

    I have heard nothing on the museum job. But I told her I wasn't free till mid-July, so she may contact me then. Or not.

  6. Get On Top Says:

    Very helpful advice in this particular post! It’s the little changes that make the largest changes. Thanks for sharing!

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