I have spent more in the garden, I got a lovely wooden raised bed, with shelves underneath, to be used as a cold frame and paid for a storage box, which I am chasing a refund as its not been delivered. Almost no craft items, I have loads here to do, as the weather starts to close the garden down, I now have more crafting time. I did get my Christmas snow globe, I've added cost to my list, don't think I want anything else.
Our cupboards and freezers are full, and with spaces on supermarket shelves, we don't aim to let our stock fall, we are carefully shopping when we need to. What we are eating is changing, the slow cooker is out more. Our air fryer broke, its over 4 years old, hubby called Morphy Richards, they did not do repairs, but offered him a 30% discount on the latest model, so we now have a new one. We also replaced the quilt on our spare bed it was looking scruffy, it's years old and been washed many times. It was also expensive on petrol, I filled up twice, normally we don't use our car much, but staying at daughters, I was doing school run twice a day, the school is too far away to walk.
We received our 1st £66 for our heating allowance, which will help with winter bills. Our heating has been turned on, set at 19°, but as yet the radiators have not heated up, the house is retaining any heat, the mild weather is helping.
Still no food waste, we only purchase what we need, we don't often impulse buy, it's a very easy habit to get into. Hubby has started a weekly menu plan, helps us to know what fresh foods we need.
My weight is down, my clothes feel loose, which is very pleasing, I've not been this low in weight for a couple of year, but still not close to where I want to be, but it's another positive marker along my weight loss journey. I am struggling to keep my steps high, but I will do as many as I can.