So my goal for May's money diet was to spend less on eating out, and more importantly to stop buying my lunch at work. On Sunday, I went grocery shopping and spent $20.27 on lunch ingredients (plus string cheeses to ward off vending machine cravings). That would mean I'm averaging about $4.00 a day (or less, since some of these ingredients will last longer than a week). That's an improvement over the nearly $7.00 (sometimes more) I was spending a day on lunch at my office cafeteria.

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