Wow, Belinda that is amazing. I am sending you a virtual pat on the back :). Good job!
Thank you, Theresa. :)
Always cheering for your saving ways. Fell certain that was a bargain breakfast.15 or 16 years ago when I had a tiny kitchen garden, at 6 in the morning, I would harvest enough okra, crook neck squash, and cherry tomatoes to combine with an egg for an omelette breakfast. At the time, I calculated that breakfast for one cost 10-cents. I do not recall if there was bread and/or beverage included; however, I was on a path to being debt-free and am confident that 10-cents per serving is accurate.
Wow, that is an amazing breakfast, Anna. Both the cost and the ingredients from your garden. Once a person gets it in their mind to be debt free it's like nothing can stand in their way. It really helps to be in the "zone". :)
Good job on grocery spending, Belinda!And that breakfast sounds delicious!
Thank you, Lili. :)
You did great on your grocery shopping for January. I am really happy for you. BlessingsPatti
Thank you, Patti. :)
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