A Week In New York City On A $125,000 Income

6 p.m. — I stop at Trader Joe’s on the way home from work because we have somehow eaten almost all the groceries that I bought on Sunday already. I buy ground beef, shredded cheese, an avocado, nectarines, strawberries, frozen waffles, bread, frozen tempura chicken, vegetable fried rice, cauliflower gnocchi, almond butter cups, Greek yogurt, cherries, and pretzel thins. If it feels like all I do is buy groceries, that’s correct. Honestly, living with a toddler is like living with a professional athlete. They. Eat. So. Much ($63.63). I also stop at Old Navy to buy more summer PJs for the kid since they’re on sale. I buy a pair with planets and a pair with sunglasses on them, and a pair of striped bike shorts. Kids’ clothes are so cute ($27.78). $91.41