Just a small spend on yarn and nothing on gardening, I sold some glass bits, so I have added a credit for that on my chart. I also got the refund for the garden storage unit, so another refund, so this month I ended on a credit, which is very pleasing and should leave me under £1,000 spent this year. No clothes, shoes and just 1 expensive Christmas decoration.
Our shopping was higher, mainly because of the higher prices and we have got most of the nibbles we require for Christmas, I don't get too much these days, just enough for the 2 of us. Most of the presents have been sorted, just need to get the cash together for the grandchildren who live further away.
I have sold a few unwanted items on Facebook market place, so the extra cash has helped towards the cost of Christmas.
No waste at all, if you buy less you waste less, it works for us, all the peelings, egg shells ect feed my composter, and all the bits cut back from the garden, I hope not to have to purchase many bags of compost next spring/summer.
My weight is good, lowest recorded this year, I'm happy, but my steps at the beginning of the month were terrible, my hurting back stopped any walks, I had set myself the challenge of doing 7,000 steps every day. I failed only doing it in the 10 days.