June Goal Review

by Elizabeth on June 30, 2011 · 2 comments

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1. Budget – Work on my grocery spending. This month I decided to keep all my grocery receipts so I could go over them and figure out why I was overspending on food.  I have all my receipts so now I need to go through them and highlight where I went wrong each week.  I’m really excited about this project and I expect to blog about it.  I was also more aware of what I putting in my cart this week and I tried to plan more frugal meals, so I think I can say I’ve accomplished this goal.

2. Food – Use cookbooks once a week. Big fat fail.  I think I used a cookbook once.  Oops.

3. Blogging – Learn about advertising. I’m going to go with a success rate of about 70% percent on this one.  I joined the Google Ad Network (notice my B&N ad?  That’s from them) and created an Amazon widget. I didn’t really talk to anyone about advertising, but I have some other things brewing, so I think I’m doing ok.

4. Social – Entertain at home. I did have my friend over for dinner; does that count?  Other than that, I failed in this category.

5. Personal – Stick to my housekeeping list. Haha. Hahahahaha.  Um, no.  I know I failed here, I accept that and I acknowledge it.  Just as I acknowledged it every time I walked past my fridge where the list lives.  But no.  It didn’t happen.  I have several excuses (see here, here, and here – gee I had a busy month), but I’m not going to give them again.  I just didn’t do it.  And it shows in my house.

How did you do on your June goals?

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1 Cate June 30, 2011 at 5:15 pm

I’ve been terrible about grocery spending lately. We’ve been mostly staying within our grocery budget, but half of the time I have NO idea where our money has gone. I’m realizing that I need to exercise better impulse control and make sure to balance more expensive meals with frugal ones (things I knew already but need to remember!)

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2 Elizabeth July 1, 2011 at 10:22 am

I have terrible impulse control at the grocery store. Which is why I keep coming home with brie and fresh mozzarella. Clearly, I have a weakness for cheese.

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