It's probably safe to say that most of us are taking a good look at our budgets right now.
For most of us, the three largest expenses in our spending is:
If you're looking to tighten your budget a bit, your food bill is the best place to start. Why? Housing is the most difficult to fix short term (though possible). Transportation can be difficult to fix too. Though right now, you shouldn't be travelling much, so hopefully you're saving some extra cash in this area automatically! That leaves food - groceries, eating in/out, etc. Since this is a variable expense, ie it can change month to month, it's also easier to change - whether it's challenging yourself to make meals from the food you have in your pantry to taking a closer look at what's on sale at the store, small tweaks can really add up!
How are you adjusting your budget?