I am attacking food/monthly household costs (toilet paper, soap and FOOD etc)
Any ideas.. and am I doing poorly now?
Per mint.com, I spend an average of $330-350 per month on food and household.. and have (this is bad) an average of a $100 of that eating out. primarily fast food (sodas and lunch)
Trying to cut back and be healthy
I never had a role model at home as to how to shop or cook or anything like that and I am not a big cooker but still thinking there has to be ways to reduce.. even if I just attack the fast food budget (primarily fountain sodas and lunch)
I had thought of doing the cash envelope route.. taking out $150 every 2 weeks .. does that seem low/average/high?
Attacking food costs, need ideas