Friday, February 19

Frugal Friday Report

 
On Friday of each week, I plan to summarize a list of my weekly spending including how much I saved and savings percentage.  I am hoping to show how much I am saving and improving each week by using my new savy shopping skills!  I had another $30 over budget week!  Ahhhh!  I just bought a lot of food this week and bought a lot of high-priced much-needed products, like toilet paper and pop....  :)

Here's what my week looked like:
Week # Start End Spending Savings Savings %
1 10/8 10/14  $  144.98  $ 137.47 49%
2 10/15 10/21  $  116.66  $ 106.76 48%
3 10/22 10/28  $    90.61  $ 125.57 58%
4 10/29 11/4  $    90.45  $ 155.69 63%
5 11/5 11/11  $  138.65  $ 155.51 53%
6 11/12 11/18  $    93.82  $ 107.28 53%
7 11/19 11/25  $    76.31  $   66.72 47%
8 11/26 12/2  $    74.26  $ 123.52 62%
9 12/3 12/9  $    57.49  $   85.55 60%
10 12/10 12/16  $    66.96  $   66.36 50%
11 12/17 12/23  $    25.21  $   50.50 67%
12 12/24 12/30  $    23.23  $   29.67 56%
13 12/31 1/6  $    62.37  $   56.53 48%
14 1/7 1/13  $    59.15  $ 131.69 69%
15 1/14 1/20  $    52.91  $   94.17 64%
16 1/21 1/27  $    40.44  $   37.69 48%
17 1/28 2/3  $    97.22  $ 188.26 66%
18 2/4 2/10  $    51.74  $   81.17 61%
19 2/11 2/17  $    89.21  $ 104.29 54%

Here is the chart:

 
                                           (click on chart to view larger) 

I spent a total of $89.21 this week with a lower-than-normal savings percentage of 54%.  My new average weekly spending went up to $64.72 ($4.72 over my $60 budget).  I attribute the high spending and low savings percentage with buying a lot of toilet paper, which is usually hard to get much of a savings on and also buying a lot of meat, produce and pop as well.  I will try to cut back next week!

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