How do I prioritize? Very poorly, 'cause I'm bad with money. Thankfully it seems like meat is the big ticket item at grocery stores, so I do alright. Most weeks I'll spend $20 for 4 dozen amazing farm fresh eggs, 2ish big things kefir (price varies, but ~$8), and then veggies themselves are usually dirt cheap (for just one person). It's rare I buy anything that isn't organic and beautifully tasty. Actually the organic Lifeway brand kefir is cheaper at Natural Grocers than the not organic Lifeway at the blah store. A $4-6 thing of kerrygold butter lasts me ~2 weeks. Only recently started buying fruit much. It's more expensive than veggies which kinda sucks but that's okay.
Sometimes I spend more on hot sauce for a week than the rest of the grocery bill combined. I shop exclusively at the used clothes store (just discovered that the pants I'm wearing have a big tear in the butt part haha) and spend ~$0 per month on entertainment. I get to see movies when other people decide they're feeling generous (twice so far in 2014), but other than that it's me and my 2011 11" Macbook Air.
I never get my beer anymore. It's too expensive and "Nice 'n Legal" is my new middle name. Which means I'm poor. Very, very poor. If I can eat well, anyone in a first world country should be able to.
"Got any organic eggs, man?!"
sorry if that was in poor taste haha
Last edited by Nellodee; 08-11-2014 at 09:10 PM.
Music of the day/week/month/whatever:
The Bird and the Bees - Love Letter to Japan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWYoIoqJURA