This week I spent $9.50 on a vegetarian wrap in order to support the small businesses. Small businesses are feeling the pinch ever since the share market was down.
Then I spent $16 on buying supplements and the pack of 12 teas was $10. I don’t feel bad about spending a little bit of the Jobkeeper money to keep these businesses a float.
Dinner on Monday night was spaghetti bolognese which is poor people’s food when they are in isolation. I found out that most of Brazil and some of the third world countries cannot afford fresh food. We need a better way to deal with the obesity rates.
I read this article in Men’s health where someone lived on $4400 a year. I wonder how they did it. This year we might eventually be all reduced to that amount due to COVID.
Then I bought an amazing protein ball from The Organic Wherehouse. It was $3.50 and it was yum. It was on the second day of the highest COVID19 cases.
That week I had a free taco card at Dingoate my taco so I used that and bought another one for $5. It was on the highest day of COVID cases so I wanted to support a small business.
On Sunday there was another high number of COVID cases and that was 671. By then Stage four of restrictions were in place. It is getting harder and harder to buy things.
Money I spent that week totals to: $39 with just one $1 left over.