I am trying to figure out a budget and do my finances right so ideally, I can move out in a year. And figured an average grocery list for every month is a good place to start.
2 gallons of milk
Frozen chicken breasts
a healthy fruit juice
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You might need more eggs.
If you like, canned black beans and chick peas save the day for me in college, they're great for filling you up.
Also, brown rice is a good investment bc you stay fuller longer.
You might do better buying a small blender and making your own juice, those at the store can be really expensive and full of sugar and little of anything good.
Also, if you like, when corn is on sale for 3 for a dollar, get like 2 dollars worth and you can have all types of deliciousness.
English muffins are probably going to be more than they're worth as an every day item because you will have to rebuy almost every week.
A bag of potatoes is great because they last a long time, fill you up, and are cheap. The holy trinity. haha.
Another thing, definitely take advantage of free food whenever you can and branch out because a lot of clubs have free snacks and meals during meetings, if you can coordinate those days well, you can get free passes for meals-saving you lots of money. Around exam time, there's usually an organization or two that will offer a place to study AND pizza and snacks <3 take advantage XD it's worth it1