Well guys, I went over budget. This does happen to me, admittedly more frequently than I'd like. My biggest weakness is food. I have been known to impulse buy now and then. Whether it's a bulk tub of tomatoes (thanks, Costco) or a box or two of treats to share with my coworkers (thanks, Costco), I will probably find something that gets me excited enough to throw caution to the wind, if you can call buying box of apple pastries throwing caution.
It used to be restaurants. Boy, did I love eating out. Our nearest Applebee's could count on seeing me every Thursday for "one free beer voucher night". I'm actually embarrassed thinking about how many half-priced apps I have eaten. I still love to eat out at restaurants, just not quite as much. And no, not to Applebee's anymore, just some local spots around town. There aren't too many places I trust to use the food and ingredients that I prefer, and obviously, it's expensive as hell. Luckily, I'm not in the habit of going out often so now the food I buy is mostly groceries.
This paycheck I also bought our baby kitty (he's not a baby, but he sure acts like one) some more dry food as well as wet. He needs prescription food so it costs more than regular cat food. You can see the actual spent was double. This was poor planning on my part, I should have known we were low and then add it to the budget. Oh well, you live and you learn.