I've been brainstorming. Today I'll be crawling on hands and knees through our house looking for change. My husband gets spending "cash" each week but he seems to think change isn't money. I know there's change lying around in our room and down stairs I just have to find it.
Then I'm going to gather refund bottles (Michigan has a 10 cent bottle deposit on carbonated beverages). I'm pretty good at taking them back but I know we have at least $2 worth around the house right now.
Next I'll take a second look through the fridge and cupboards and jot down all the meals we have food for. I'll try and get my hubby to agree to eating those meals before I buy stuff for any other meals. I'm pretty good at not throwing out any food since I usually only plan meals 4 days out but we have a few odds and ends that need to get eaten right now. He spent $27 on dinner last night now we get to eat scraps for a few days (okay, not scraps really).
Today's mission: find money and meals, strategically compile a grocery list for tomorrow, and knock out NO SPEND 92.
Today's question: just how much money can I hunt down? Results later!