too, so you wouldn’t even have to total them up yourself. That doesn’t take nearly as long as ringing up the different categories separately (it simply takes a press of one button), but still saves you the trouble of figuring out how much you spent on each.
Personally, I go with what it was *mostly* for, and I lump TP, Kleenex, cleaners, soap, shampoo, etc. with my grocery budget. If I buy something significant (say, some clothes) at Costco or Wal-Mart when most of the purchase was for groceries, I’ll separate it when I enter the receipt at home. If I buy something insignificant (say a roll of tape or a bottle of glue: office supplies), I’ll just leave it with the rest of the groceries.
I don’t actually use cash in envelopes, though.