No, not like that, although it does look quite delish.
I just checked my bank account and had a bit of a shock as I'm down to £2.20 from almost £100 at the weekend. Where's it gone?!
£61.77 for groceries (free delivery!). I got almost £100 of food for that price: I had a £20 off coupon for a first-time purchase discount, plus I saved £15.21 by getting specials or deals on some of the items. I'm okay with that!
Winchester on Saturday. £8.40 for return train fare, £7.20 for lunch. The rest of my spends were in cash (which I've made note of).
Today? I bought two Groupon experiences: the first one is a cupcake decorating class! I'll have to arrange for a weekend for that, probably some time after my mum goes home in April. Very fun at £14 for 2 hours.
The second one is a half-day falconry experience! I love raptors and this gives you an opportunity to actually work with them for a few hours: hawks, owls, etc. Fab! I got a £10 coupon from Groupon so I bought this for £16 instead of £26. I have to use this up by April 11, so will have to take some time during my holidays in Mar/April to do this because it's only available Mon-Fri.
But the lack of funds (apart from some £32 I have at home) means I'll have a very tiny shop on the weekend and won't be able to go to Chichester to meet up with a few of the ladies doing this programme with me. I'm annoyed by this, but it's entirely my own fault. I do have some money in savings, but I don't really want to start shuffling it about for non-essentials, particularly, as I say, because I wasn't paying attention. I get paid next Monday, but that's too late for the meet-up, sadly.
It's because I'm bored at work today. Have also searched for bread making courses and cooking classes among other things.
But at least I haven't had (much) sugar! Had some nut butter on rice cakes for a snack. 5.6g/100 of sugar, but as that's this WEEK, and as I've said before, I'm not particularly concerned. :)