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    $100 a week. DHs pay got stuffed up and we only had $100 last fortnight and I was surprised how easy it was to stretch it!! We didn't go without and had lovely meals. We are vegan and don't have to worry about buying meat though.

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    $200 on average

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    Id DH does the shopping around $200-250 on average a week

    If I do the shopping or go along with him often around the $400 mark.

    You can see why DH hates bringing me with him lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by louellyn View Post
    Id DH does the shopping around $200-250 on average a week

    If I do the shopping or go along with him often around the $400 mark.

    You can see why DH hates bringing me with him lol
    Wow a man who is willing to do the grocery shopping solo is great but a man who can do it within a budget is awesome
    My dh will come with me but he blows the budget!

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    I wouldnt have a clue??? alot lol makes me think I need a budget as i prob spend way too much on grocerys.

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    About $200 a fortnight. Maybe a little bit extra cos we will go grab a few items during the fortnight too - like bread, milk etc. But $200 a fortnight for my big shop.

    DP isn't here most of the time, and I can't eat much... but what I do eat is protein-heavy so I still end up spending a bit on myself (cos it's not like I can just have sandwiches or whatever, and fish costs a lot... lol).

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    About $120/week (So usually less than $500/month). This is for 2 adults and 1 child, and includes $25/week for formula, and nappies.

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    $200 p/w for two adults and a toddler. That is eating interesting meals every night with leftovers for DH most days for lunch. That's 1/2 box of nappies a week (a box a fortnight) and premium local milk and yogurt.

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    I budget $100 weekly for 1 adult and 2 kids ... Although I very rarely spend that much - I'd say $80 is more the norm.

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    I try to keep weekly groceries at $100 per week.That the MAIN shop,but we sometimes need milk or fuit/vege top ups
    So I do not allow for anymore than $150 at a MAX!
    That for 2 adults,2 kids and a cat


 

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