Anthony: You could figure out the wattage with your current measurements and the formula for watts.... But ,
I can tell you from experience that your problem is easier than you think to resolve:
I was getting 50-75$ every billing cycle and i thought that was much since I hardly use my big appliances, so I changed all my Incandecent Bulbs to Compact Fluorescents, believe it or not my electric bills have dropped dramaticly to an average of 28$.
You would be shocked if you saw what a single 100Watt bulb does to your meter.... I had 2 fixtures using 3/60W = 180W each & 3 fixtures using
2/60W bulbs =120W each, I Changed Them All, now all individually don't add up to 100W., anyhow you understand. (about 45 & 30watts each now & good lighting without the costly monthly expense.
That., plus curb & disconnect wallwart transformers & trickle or standby current applainces with power strips when not needed and you'll see a dramatic change in your bills to.
got some 13w's at the 99cent store some 15w's at home depot., no cons, other than the drawer full of 60w bulbs which i will replace when I move out };-)