The Food expense on our budget

By 9th June 2020June 22nd, 2020Uncategorized

Financial Education helps us look at our budget expenses. Food is a priority bill, so I thought over the next few blogs I would talk about food, one of our priority bills on our budget and how I try to save money and still eat well.

  1. My Allotment

I’m no gardener but have an allotment, which I grow my food on.  It may be hard work, but it’s so rewarding to know where your food comes from and that you are eating vegetables in season.

At the moment amongst other things, I have Runner Beans, Potatoes and Rhubarb growing.

Runner Beans
Potatoes
Rhubarb

I think growing my food helps me save money, which will be a massive help towards my family food bill during the winter when the heatings back on and bills start to accumulate, helping me balance my budget and afford the little luxuries I like.

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