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      — In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, d morgan

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      > Do you have a meal plan per month?

      >

      > IF so list it here.

      >

      > I am new to this group so if something like this already exists,

      let me know.

      >

      > I am going to try to figure out something that is not so bland and

      boring, but I think next month it is going to be bland and boring,

      unless I spend a little more time on my menus.

      >

      > What I am trying to say is that I never know what we are having for

      dinner till about 30 minutes before I throw it together.

      >

      > For budgeting purposes, I have decided, that we will have the same

      thing, or something similar every monday, like chicken something, and

      veggies

      > tuesday will be pork something, and veggies

      > wednesday will be roast gravy and veggies,

      >

      > You get the picture.

      > We have finally hit a point in our lives that if I dont get a job

      soon, whether babysitting or a physical job, we are going to be penny

      pinching like crazy.

      >

      > so this is what I have come up with as just a generality and I am

      sure I will modify it as we go along. Plus I am sure at some point on

      the weekends we will do something else every once in a while like

      order pizza, or go to burger king.

      >

      > This include Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

      > 1

      > pop tart

      > hot dog/ chick nug./macncheese

      > Chili mac, peas

      >

      >

      > 2

      > eggs sausage

      > fish sticks, lipton noodles, peaches

      > taco day / chicken nuggets

      >

      >

      > 3

      > biscuit gravy

      > ham, chick nug, peas n carrots

      > roast, potatoes, carrots, green beans

      >

      >

      > 4

      > biscuit jelly egg

      > pbj, pears

      > hamburger helper

      >

      >

      > 5

      > eggs cheese

      > grilled cheese, carrots, applesauce

      > goulash, mac, hamb. Tomato soup

      >

      >

      > 6

      > Cinn. Toast, cereal

      > turkey, green beans, mashed potato

      > Chicken Mushroom, Rice, green beans

      >

      >

      > 7

      > Oatmeal

      > salisbury, sweet potato, mix vegs

      > pulled pork, lipton noodles

      >

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      I know this isn’t exactly what you were looking for, but you

      mentioned babysitting. If you can handle it, daycare out of your home

      can be profitable. I charged $2 an hour, which is on the cheap end. I

      could have up to 6 children (including my own) in my home and the

      state paid me to feed them nutritious meals and if you qualify with

      income the state will also pay to feed your chiodren. Now your state

      maybe different but from what I have seen they are pretty much the

      same across the board. I was registered not licensed (licensed can

      have more children) but I also did not have as many regulations or

      inspections. But I made $1200 a month and the state paid me $250 on

      average. You won’t have to pay for gas to commute, anything you buy

      for the daycare is a tax deduction and a percentage of utilities,

      house payment, cleaning supplies, car tags and insurance are all tax

      deductions. It is just a thought. Also with the state food program

      they you have to prepare a monthly meal plan and they give you the

      guidelines, so it helps with meal planning and budgeting. Good luck.

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