I'm in. We're not cutting it out entirely, but I want us to be more mindful about when and why we eat out. Eating out because we want something specific that we cannot make cheaply or competently at home, not because we're lazy, don't feel like cooking, or we have failed to grocery shop due to bad weather.
That last one happens a lot at this time of year because we have no car and people don't shovel their walks here, so sometimes we can't get our granny-cart over the enormous chunks of built-up ice and snow to get ot the store. We need to plan ahead better and stock up - perhaps batch-cook and freeze so we don't get caught with no food in awful weather - so this doesn't become an issue. In fact,
I think below $100/month is a good goal. Though, hmm, I think we're at around $60 now. Got a takeout stuffed pizza this week, which was planned. Unfortunately, it was planned because we decided last weekend we wanted one, went to a pizza place that we thought was dine-in, got there and found it was delivery only. Instead of ordering one and sitting there for the hour it takes to make a Chicago stuffed pizza, we went down the street to a sort of hippie-ish diner we've eaten at before. Both our meals were AWFUL. Fail! That's what we're trying to avoid.