Most Helpful Guy
I don't think I've ever paid a lot XD
I'm pretty happy not spending too much. And my parents paid for us when we went out for a long time so I didn't have to pay ^^.
I don't exactly remember what the biggest bill was that I paid myself.
Maybe in Rome we were in a really fancy restaurant and I had these amazing noodles and Lobster.
But it didn't actually cost that much. I can't remember exactly but maybe I paid 60 euros or so. I don't know I think I've paid more than that when I bought a lot at the grocery store.
I don't think I've ever paid ore than 200 franks. I'm very happy with not spending much. Also I'm working on improving myself and my life atm and I don't have crazy money to spend (I don't want to either) so I'm just beeing smart with my money :P.
In Switzerland it would easily be possibe to spend a ton if you wanted to but I think blowing money is not really a hard thing to do. You can always find a opportunity to get rid of money quickly what's the point? I think beeing content with what you have, beeing happy and trying to overcome your challenges and making progress in your life is something that's a lot more worthwhile :P.
That's what I'm trying to do :). I have eaten well though. I've had some amazing meals it was just not me paying ^^. My parents or other realtives or friends of my parents etc. ^^ I really appreciate good food a lot but I'm also ok with just normal food. I think that's a good thing. Don't be picky but still appreciate when you get a top quality meal and savour it :D. That's what I like to do :P.
Most Helpful Girl
Grocery shopping... just under £500 for a month's worth of groceries.
Italian Restaurant... £450 for my former bestie and I (although that included two bottles of champagne! Don't remember what we were celebrating though...)