*Ran all errands this weekend using DH's pass, which is unlimited transit subsidized through work. No additional transit costs for errand running!
*Bought the vast majority of our groceries at Aldi. Stuck to the list.
*Went to Target to stock up on household items (dishwashing powder, laundry detergent, TP, and some miscellaneous groceries Aldi doesn't carry) and to replace DH's one pair of shorts (that had a hole in the crotch and a missing button). Used wedding GCs to cover this cost, and still have $20 left.
*Made a double-batch of homemade pizza last night, which means I have lunches for basically the next three days. Four, if DH doesn't eat the last of the quiche for lunch today!
*Keeping the lights off and the shades up to save on electric costs.
*Moved this month's savings goals into our savings account immediately after our first paycheck (I usually wait until the last one, but the I realized I was missing out on the interest!) Since we YNAB and are paying next month's bills with this month's income, there's no concern about not being able to pay rent/utilities/groceries/etc.
*Ordered new poop bags for Fido (gross, but relevant) using a manufacturer coupon from Amazon (cheapest place I've found them); requested no-rush delivery so I could get credit for Kindle books.
*Placed two ebooks on hold with the Chicago Public Library.
*Had a working lunch with a friend earlier this weekend. Ordered a giant $3 bagel and coffee rather than a full lunch. Delicious, frugal (as frugal as eating out can be, anyway), and definitely filling.