Third week with a Shopping List!

I don’t know why I was so resistent to using a grocery list, but I really like mine! I googled “grocery lists” and found some really nice ones – but they were either too long, too complicated, or didn’t suit my shopping style!  So I created my own, based on the departments in the store, making sure that I have a lot of room for the produce department!

Grocery List  I checked the link and it works.  Maybe it will help you.  Everything I bought was on the list – there was nothing on it that shouldn’t be on it – which sets me up for a good week, if I don’t get too antsy at night.

Pluses:  The usual good breakfast, lunch and supper (Sushi before the shop), a good work-out and lots of fun at work.

Minuses: A bit of a stressful night, a piece of crispy chicken, baked but still…, a bit of chocolate (if it’s free it’s also calorie free isn’t it?) and just now a banana with peanut butter.  (Only because I’m trying not to eat carbs later in the evening.

Bikes in Utrecht – memories of my trip 4 years ago!  What’s the point, after all, of having all these pictures and not sharing them?

Have a good evening.  I’m going to sleep.  Rest well everyone!



About Marcia Stehouwer

I have a great life (most days) and a small budget, so being frugal is one of my favourite hobbies. I started this blog after procrastinating for 3 months, on April Fool's Day. I knit, I read, I knit, I work... I am also about a quarter of the way through my goal to lose 100 pounds. So between knitting, working, reading etc., I also do some walking!
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