We blew eggs to paint for Easter decorations - I kept the egg innards of the half dozen we needed, and used them for DS breakfast (2), for cupcakes (2), and will make a few cupcake sized vegi quiches with the rest (2).
Planned before grocery shopping, shopped from cupboard first, and only spent $16, which will keep us in food till Friday.
Was going to go to Target while shopping, but when I stopped and thought about it, there was nothing I needed, was just boredom-browsing (usually leads to buying useless stuff), so I skipped it.
Found a good deal on eggs for family (we always swap eggs at our Easter BBQ - can run $5/egg/person, but I found nice Red Tulip ones on a deal for $1/each). They aren't huge but they'll do (we all eat too much junk anyway). = spent $8 rather than $40.
Hid goodies I bought from my boyfriend. I adore him, but he is an inveterate night snacker, and will pillage anything sweet, including easter eggs and snacks intended for my sons school lunches. So, when I buy things, I hide them away, or take out and individually bag stuff for DS lunches, so that it stays safe. Nothing more frustrating than waking up 2 days before grocery shopping to find that BF has eaten all the chips, snack bars and muffins I prepared!
Ate leftover pasta from the fridge. Wasn't great, I'll be honest, but it all helps!