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    • natsplatnat
    • By natsplatnat 4th Jul 14, 10:31 AM
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    My Diary v3.0
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    • 4th Jul 14, 10:31 AM
    My Diary v3.0 4th Jul 14 at 10:31 AM
    Hi All!!

    Well, here it is... "My Diary v3.0"

    My previous diaries (don't panic, there are only 2!) can be found here....

    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=1303349&highlight=

    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=2961314


    Today, my signature looks like this...

    LBM ,- Wed 19th Nov 2008 £19,225
    JAN 11: ONLY 170 0X £100 PAYMENTS TO GO *bank of OH @ 0%*
    *A WORK IN PROGRESS!*
    *2014 cashback pending £78.98, PAID £138.35*
    (2011=£137.30, 12=£66.39. 13=£102.61)
    Iceland fund £458.12/ 1000 EBAY £205.50

    And I should be jumping up and down with joy as it shows that I have made my last payment of 170 x £100 to my darling OH (he lent me the money interest free to clear my debts!!).

    But.... actually, that should be But (coz its a big but) here I am starting a new diary on the DFW diary forum.

    And that is because over the duration of my last diary (starting November 2011) I have re-borrowed £6862.26 from my darling OH! To be honest, he is sooo useless with money, that I could tell him tonight that I made my last payment to him today and he wouldn't have a clue whether that was right or not! (But he does know I have re-borrowed this amount.)

    But that is not an option. Bless him, he even said a few months ago that I don't need to pay him back any more. But, this is my debt, I spent the money, and I will repay it... in full!

    So, I am going to continue doing what I have been doing. Repaying £100 a week for the next 69 weeks. By my reckoning that puts my last (and I do mean last) payment as the 30th October 2015!!! GULP!

    I do have a little plan though (from my previous diaries, you will note that I like a plan!). I am currently setting aside money for a trip to Iceland next year for OH's 50th birthday. £10 a week as a definite, an extra £10 a month from the reduction in my car insurance premium, all cashback earned and some account rounding-down. Target for this is £1000 by December. I am pretty much on track for this.

    So, once this is done I am going to keep setting this money aside to bring my debt-free date forward. Minimum £10 a week, starting next year!

    Oh, and I still running several spreadsheets! I honestly could not live without them!

    So, there is my sin confessed - you have got me for a bit longer!

    Feel free to pop in and keep me company! Nats x
    Last edited by natsplatnat; 02-10-2015 at 9:28 AM.
    LBM ,- Wed 19th Nov 2008 £21,225 PAID OFF
    *DEBT FREE 28th September 2015*
    *2016 cashback pending £18.77 PAID £209.08*
    (2011=£137.30, 12=£66.39, 13=£102.61, 14=£214.97, 15=£159.51)
    Pro.Ac £4.25 + £62.60 paid
    SAVINGS TO CLEAR STUDENT LOAN £333.72

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    • natsplatnat
    • By natsplatnat 4th Oct 16, 12:04 PM
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    Ooh, and another item sold on fleabay (I could get used to this!!)
    That's another £30.72 after fees and postage! YAY!
    LBM ,- Wed 19th Nov 2008 £21,225 PAID OFF
    *DEBT FREE 28th September 2015*
    *2016 cashback pending £18.77 PAID £209.08*
    (2011=£137.30, 12=£66.39, 13=£102.61, 14=£214.97, 15=£159.51)
    Pro.Ac £4.25 + £62.60 paid
    SAVINGS TO CLEAR STUDENT LOAN £333.72

    • natsplatnat
    • By natsplatnat 7th Oct 16, 1:50 PM
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    Afternoon All!
    Well, it's Friday - but it's not payday! I still withdraw my weekly spending allowance on a Friday - so I suppose it's like I am paying myself! lol


    Nothing else sold on fleabay - the 5 items are all the same and are on BIN with a 30 day listing ... so I will just sit and wait.


    I am off work this weekend, so have started a list - must get things done....
    Read gas and electricity meter + submit online.
    Do a tip run with rubbish from the garden.
    Print out CC bill and pay.
    Sort car insurance (due next Tuesday).
    Go through boxes previously set aside for bootfairs (we haven't done a single one this year!) and see if there is anything worth fleabaying. List them if there is.
    Sort de-funct food from freezer. Some stuff has been in there so long it is freezer-burnt. Want to make room for more useful food!
    LBM ,- Wed 19th Nov 2008 £21,225 PAID OFF
    *DEBT FREE 28th September 2015*
    *2016 cashback pending £18.77 PAID £209.08*
    (2011=£137.30, 12=£66.39, 13=£102.61, 14=£214.97, 15=£159.51)
    Pro.Ac £4.25 + £62.60 paid
    SAVINGS TO CLEAR STUDENT LOAN £333.72

    • natsplatnat
    • By natsplatnat 11th Oct 16, 10:03 AM
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    I am off work this weekend, so have started a list - must get things done.... so what got done...
    Read gas and electricity meter + submit online yep
    Do a tip run with rubbish from the garden. Done plus extra bags from tidying up the front garden. OH even managed to get the front light working for the first time in 12 years.... he changed the bulb!
    Print out CC bill and pay. Have paid the contents insurance amount, will pay the rest this evening.... figured the money was better off in my account for as long as possible.
    Sort car insurance (due next Tuesday). Done - tagged my car onto OH's as it offered the best value. No cashback though which is quite sad.
    Go through boxes previously set aside for bootfairs (we haven't done a single one this year!) and see if there is anything worth fleabaying. List them if there is. 1 item from the boxes listed last night + 1 item from my existing ebayable pile.
    Sort de-funct food from freezer. Some stuff has been in there so long it is freezer-burnt. Want to make room for more useful food! Cleared out a baguette and a tub of icecream + took some sausages out to de-front for dinner tonight. Also went through the drawer where we keep all the dried foods - we have enough open packs of rice and pasta to feed us (and probably the neighbours) for the rest of the year. Used some risotto rice for dinner last night. For some reason I couldn't get OH to agree to me making the Angel Delight that was 7 years passed its BBE date.

    With the ebay money, I have put £22.00 into my Student loan fund, £22.00 into the household account and the odd £4.71 into my account. Seems fair!


    I think that's all from me! Have a great day... it's definitely getting chilly and I feel heating-wars are on the horizon!! lol
    LBM ,- Wed 19th Nov 2008 £21,225 PAID OFF
    *DEBT FREE 28th September 2015*
    *2016 cashback pending £18.77 PAID £209.08*
    (2011=£137.30, 12=£66.39, 13=£102.61, 14=£214.97, 15=£159.51)
    Pro.Ac £4.25 + £62.60 paid
    SAVINGS TO CLEAR STUDENT LOAN £333.72

    • natsplatnat
    • By natsplatnat 12th Oct 16, 10:06 AM
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    Ok, so my gas and elec bill is going from £46 to £61. Ouch... but to be fair they did lower my DD from £54 earlier in the year. Couldn't see the point personally but went with it. I will be looking at switching tariff at the end of the month.
    Last night I spoke to our TV, broadband and phone supplier and have reduced our monthly bill by £27 a month. WHOOP! One DD up and the other down leaves us £15 a month better off. Spreadsheets updated with latest figures.... don't seem to tweak them as much now I'm paid monthly!


    Have a good day everyone. xxx
    LBM ,- Wed 19th Nov 2008 £21,225 PAID OFF
    *DEBT FREE 28th September 2015*
    *2016 cashback pending £18.77 PAID £209.08*
    (2011=£137.30, 12=£66.39, 13=£102.61, 14=£214.97, 15=£159.51)
    Pro.Ac £4.25 + £62.60 paid
    SAVINGS TO CLEAR STUDENT LOAN £333.72

    • natsplatnat
    • By natsplatnat 14th Oct 16, 9:13 AM
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    2 weeks to payday! Whoop! lol


    Online banking checked this morning - out of habit more than anything else! Accounts match my spreadsheet... wouldn't expect anything else to be fair - but it's nice to know I haven't missed anything!

    So it looks like I may be hunting for some new bank accounts in the new year. The Halifax reward is reducing to £3 (from £5 a month) and the interest paying account is reducing from 5% on £2000 down to 3% on £1500. It may well be that these account will still be the best of accounts next year - but there may still be the chance of making £100 or so by changing an account which is a much bigger value than the interest that will be available.


    Also, sorry just logging my musings... it looks like inflation may be on its way up and this affects the "interest" applied to my student loan (no interest as such but an adjustment based on the RPI to keep the value in line). Have therefore made a note to make a one off payment of whatever is in the student loan fund mid-March. This will reduce the balance for when the next rate is applied in April.


    Nothing else sold on fleabay - will try and list a few more bits over the weekend.


    Oh, we really could do with 3 new drawer fronts for our freezer. Kinda getting fed up with things sliding out the front when you open the door / drawers. The fridge/freezer is just over 13 years old, so is probably not the most efficient any more. The drawer fronts have become brittle / cracked through the coldness over the years. Had a look online for new drawer fronts. Can't be that expensive I thought.... well, I was wrong. They are about £35.00... each!!! Now for a set of 3 I would have probably ordered them. But not each! I can get a brand-new fridge/freezer for around the £200 mark. So, we will be putting up with the drawers for now. Will keep an eye out in the sales.... funds pending. (on top of that we are still house-hunting so I don't want to buy a new fridge/freezer that won't look right in a new place - would rather try and hang it out until we have moved... whenever that may be! lol).


    Right, that's me for now! Have a great weekend all! xxx
    LBM ,- Wed 19th Nov 2008 £21,225 PAID OFF
    *DEBT FREE 28th September 2015*
    *2016 cashback pending £18.77 PAID £209.08*
    (2011=£137.30, 12=£66.39, 13=£102.61, 14=£214.97, 15=£159.51)
    Pro.Ac £4.25 + £62.60 paid
    SAVINGS TO CLEAR STUDENT LOAN £333.72

    • kdalwayskint
    • By kdalwayskint 15th Oct 16, 9:11 PM
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    Hi Nats

    I hope you are well?

    I don't know why, I never seem to have time to get on here!

    I don't like my new job!
    Saving for Christmas 2016 #83 ~ £321.29/£366
    Emergency Fund #54 £300.48/£1000
    Car Fund £100.26 ~ Bank of Mum £1800/£5000
    DFW Nerd #1155
    LBM 25/2/09 Debt at highest £8,037.35 Credit Card £1400
    • natsplatnat
    • By natsplatnat 17th Oct 16, 3:47 PM
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    Hi KD - have just popped over to your diary! I was wondering if you were ok!? Life gets in the way doesn't it? x


    Well, todays news is........ my claim for flight compensation has been agreed to be settled. For 7 people! Whoop! Shame the £/Euro rate has dropped so much! lol


    I have 2 more items to list on fleabay tonight. As long as I can find my mojo when I get home from work.


    Laters All xxx
    LBM ,- Wed 19th Nov 2008 £21,225 PAID OFF
    *DEBT FREE 28th September 2015*
    *2016 cashback pending £18.77 PAID £209.08*
    (2011=£137.30, 12=£66.39, 13=£102.61, 14=£214.97, 15=£159.51)
    Pro.Ac £4.25 + £62.60 paid
    SAVINGS TO CLEAR STUDENT LOAN £333.72

    • kdalwayskint
    • By kdalwayskint 17th Oct 16, 7:52 PM
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    Hey!

    Yeh, life gets in the way! I have been doing more sewing lately and we have decorated our bedroom including new bed!

    Just sorted out TCB to get an e gift card ready to do some Christmas shopping more than there was last year and hoping next year there will be even more
    Saving for Christmas 2016 #83 ~ £321.29/£366
    Emergency Fund #54 £300.48/£1000
    Car Fund £100.26 ~ Bank of Mum £1800/£5000
    DFW Nerd #1155
    LBM 25/2/09 Debt at highest £8,037.35 Credit Card £1400
    • natsplatnat
    • By natsplatnat 21st Oct 16, 8:43 AM
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    Morning All!


    1 week until payday! Being paid monthly is pretty boring isn't it? lol
    Well, what do I have to report....?
    Q.co confirmed £62.92 available. £60 is OH's for his car insurance so I will send that to him. Aren't I nice!? The odd £2.92 will go into my student loan fund.
    I got home last night to a letter from the Tax Man. They owe me some money.... a whole £11.80! lol WOW. I can claim that back online, so will try and get that processed today.
    Patiently waiting to see how much we'll get through for the flight compensation (with the change in exchange rate and the solicitors deductions I really have no idea!) Could be around 60 days yet. Grrr. I hate waiting!! Fingers crossed it will be here before the festive season.
    House-sitting starts today. Have had to change plans slightly as OH has to go to London for 2 days next week for an Op and I am going with him. So sitting for 5 nights - not sitting for 3 nights - sitting for 3 nights. It's it bit of a pain, but OH needs this Op and they have brought the date forward by a month which is better in the long run. Reimbursement for sitting will obviously be reduced. Maybe around £70-£80. Still - better than nothing (and we now have 2 nights hotel in London to fund and train travel!).
    Nothing else worth noting. Checked my accounts yesterday and they all match my spreadsheets! NICE!


    Have a lovely weekend all!


    Nats xxx
    LBM ,- Wed 19th Nov 2008 £21,225 PAID OFF
    *DEBT FREE 28th September 2015*
    *2016 cashback pending £18.77 PAID £209.08*
    (2011=£137.30, 12=£66.39, 13=£102.61, 14=£214.97, 15=£159.51)
    Pro.Ac £4.25 + £62.60 paid
    SAVINGS TO CLEAR STUDENT LOAN £333.72

    • natsplatnat
    • By natsplatnat 24th Oct 16, 9:48 AM
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    Just reclaimed my tax refund online (didn't have a payslip to hand last Friday!) - bit of a palaver but the whole £11.80 is winging its way to me!


    Have converted some clubcard vouchers to put towards the train travel to London this week. That knocks £30 off the ticket costs.


    Ordered a new purse online over the weekend. I love my current one but is falling apart and money is falling out into my handbag (can't be having that now can we?) I have managed to find my exact purse online but with different colours on the inside. Very happy as it is a good size, and it means I can just move my cards over and know exactly where they are! .. also it was in a sale!


    Right, lets go make a cup of coffee and do some work! lol x
    LBM ,- Wed 19th Nov 2008 £21,225 PAID OFF
    *DEBT FREE 28th September 2015*
    *2016 cashback pending £18.77 PAID £209.08*
    (2011=£137.30, 12=£66.39, 13=£102.61, 14=£214.97, 15=£159.51)
    Pro.Ac £4.25 + £62.60 paid
    SAVINGS TO CLEAR STUDENT LOAN £333.72

    • natsplatnat
    • By natsplatnat 29th Oct 16, 12:27 PM
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    Morning All!
    I have just been awarded my 8 year badge for being a member of this wonderful site. I thought I would share my very first DFW post ... it seems a very long time ago now! I have learned so much and hopefully made changes that will stay with me forever!




    *my Diary* - Omg!
    Hi All!

    Having spent ages getting the weekly money saving tips email I finally ventured on here on Wednesday 19th Nov 2008. This followed my LBM:rolleyes:

    My LBM came on Wednesday evening on my way home, just as the cashpoint said I could have the tenner I wanted, but would have to pay £25-00 for the privilege! I took my card and walked away without the tenner - yes, in the past I would have taken it despite the charge!

    Wednesday I sat down and used the Personal Budget Plan that HSBC recently sent me in response to my letter trying to reclaim my charges due to hardship.

    My total debt £18,225

    After a gulp and a period of wanting to cry, I got angry with myself for letting myself get in this state. I think it is this self-anger that will keep me going!!

    I always thought that I was quite tech-savvy, but find it hard to locate things on this site, so when I find the SOA template (I think there is one somewhere!) I will put it on here for you all to view and welcome your comments.

    I did have a stroke of 'good luck' last night when I found an empty Abbey credit card. I contacted them and took advantage of their 0% BT offer. 0% until August 2009. I moved money from Egg card (currently at 17.9%) and Egg money (currently at 12.9%). There is a little space left on the Abbey card at 0% - do I transfer some money to my overdraft (HSBC £800-00) where I am bouncing over their limit and getting those annoying charges?

    Today, I have made a packed lunch for the second day in a row (a record for me).

    Tonight I need to work out my available cash for the week (I get paid weekly!)

    Thanks for reading!

    Nat
    LBM ,- Wed 19th Nov 2008 £21,225 PAID OFF
    *DEBT FREE 28th September 2015*
    *2016 cashback pending £18.77 PAID £209.08*
    (2011=£137.30, 12=£66.39, 13=£102.61, 14=£214.97, 15=£159.51)
    Pro.Ac £4.25 + £62.60 paid
    SAVINGS TO CLEAR STUDENT LOAN £333.72

    • natsplatnat
    • By natsplatnat 1st Nov 16, 10:49 AM
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    Morning All!
    Second monthly wage received safe and sound on the 28th Oct. I moved all bar enough to cover my DD's into the interest paying account. Household money moved of its own accord (always worries me setting up new SO's!).
    I will do an Account sweep tomorrow to mop up interest and reward monies. It never appears on the first!
    Ooh, I had a fleabay item sell yesterday which (after costs) netted me £2.15. WOW! I have a few things listed which will automatically re-list if they don't sell. I have 6 more items at home which I will try and list this week. I have been offered 7 identical items to try and sell (person giving them to me wants nothing for them). They should return £4.50ish each after costs - just really not sure if I can be bothered! lol But, on the other hand it would be £31.50ish more to split between the student loan fund and the house account. And I suppose I only have to create the listing once and then I can use the template again and again.... sounds like I have talked myself into it!! lol


    Back home tonight as house-sitting is finished.
    New purse arrived and everything transferred into it.... so handy having an identical one (was considering buying another one for when this one falls apart!)
    Used TCB for the first time in ages at the weekend. We had a takeaway and used it for J.Eat... only because they were offering an extra £5 cashback on any takeaway. Will need to keep an eye out for that tracking correctly.
    Still waiting for flight comp money! pah!
    Also, I have cancelled the hotel room we had booked for next April (friends wedding up North!) - because I found a cheaper one! Bargain.... and there may be a group discount code to be added as well!
    Right, I think that is enough ramblings from me for now! Laters peeps! x
    LBM ,- Wed 19th Nov 2008 £21,225 PAID OFF
    *DEBT FREE 28th September 2015*
    *2016 cashback pending £18.77 PAID £209.08*
    (2011=£137.30, 12=£66.39, 13=£102.61, 14=£214.97, 15=£159.51)
    Pro.Ac £4.25 + £62.60 paid
    SAVINGS TO CLEAR STUDENT LOAN £333.72

    • natsplatnat
    • By natsplatnat 1st Nov 16, 2:32 PM
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    Ooh, another fleabay item just sold. £1.40 made after costs.


    I'm going to be rich I tell you.... rich!
    LBM ,- Wed 19th Nov 2008 £21,225 PAID OFF
    *DEBT FREE 28th September 2015*
    *2016 cashback pending £18.77 PAID £209.08*
    (2011=£137.30, 12=£66.39, 13=£102.61, 14=£214.97, 15=£159.51)
    Pro.Ac £4.25 + £62.60 paid
    SAVINGS TO CLEAR STUDENT LOAN £333.72

    • natsplatnat
    • By natsplatnat 3rd Nov 16, 8:06 AM
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    Fleabay item posted yesterday!


    Also, just to log that my Pro.Ac balance is now at £20.21. Well, it will be when everything gets approved... as soon as it is, I will be withdrawing to my Student Loan Fund! That's another week knocked off my end date! YAY!
    LBM ,- Wed 19th Nov 2008 £21,225 PAID OFF
    *DEBT FREE 28th September 2015*
    *2016 cashback pending £18.77 PAID £209.08*
    (2011=£137.30, 12=£66.39, 13=£102.61, 14=£214.97, 15=£159.51)
    Pro.Ac £4.25 + £62.60 paid
    SAVINGS TO CLEAR STUDENT LOAN £333.72

    • natsplatnat
    • By natsplatnat 3rd Nov 16, 6:02 PM
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    Monthly account round up done.

    £5 reward and £5.63 interest received and all balances tally with my spreadsheet! WHOOP WHOOP!
    Off home now - MUST LIST SOME ITEMS ON FLEABAY!!
    LBM ,- Wed 19th Nov 2008 £21,225 PAID OFF
    *DEBT FREE 28th September 2015*
    *2016 cashback pending £18.77 PAID £209.08*
    (2011=£137.30, 12=£66.39, 13=£102.61, 14=£214.97, 15=£159.51)
    Pro.Ac £4.25 + £62.60 paid
    SAVINGS TO CLEAR STUDENT LOAN £333.72

    • natsplatnat
    • By natsplatnat 4th Nov 16, 8:14 AM
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    erm..... so I managed to charge the camera battery last night!
    LBM ,- Wed 19th Nov 2008 £21,225 PAID OFF
    *DEBT FREE 28th September 2015*
    *2016 cashback pending £18.77 PAID £209.08*
    (2011=£137.30, 12=£66.39, 13=£102.61, 14=£214.97, 15=£159.51)
    Pro.Ac £4.25 + £62.60 paid
    SAVINGS TO CLEAR STUDENT LOAN £333.72

    • natsplatnat
    • By natsplatnat 7th Nov 16, 5:23 PM
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    Brrr - it's cold!


    Had a lovely weekend off work - didn't do too much, it was just nice not to be here!
    Took all the fleabay pictures Friday night (long gone are the days when I would be down the pub!!) and then managed to list 2 items last night. Out of the multiple items (7) 3 were not in good condition, so there is only 4 of them to sell.
    Will endeavour to list at least 2 more items this evening whilst OH cooks dinner.
    Went out Sat night with some friends to watch some fireworks and then a bite to eat.... so a little spendy. But was treated to a lovely roast out with my parents yesterday so I guess it all balances out in the end.
    Need to print out the CC bill tonight and go through it. It's not going to be pretty. My car insurance is on there and so is 2 nights accommodation in London (plus loads of other things I have forgotten about I am sure!) Oh well, it will all get paid and cleared in full on time.
    Still not enough of the Pro.Ac balance confirmed to be able to cashout. Grrr - I am not a patient person.
    Still waiting for house-sitting money to arrive too.
    Right, I am going to finish up here and head home! Have a lovely evening everyone - keep warm! x
    LBM ,- Wed 19th Nov 2008 £21,225 PAID OFF
    *DEBT FREE 28th September 2015*
    *2016 cashback pending £18.77 PAID £209.08*
    (2011=£137.30, 12=£66.39, 13=£102.61, 14=£214.97, 15=£159.51)
    Pro.Ac £4.25 + £62.60 paid
    SAVINGS TO CLEAR STUDENT LOAN £333.72

    • natsplatnat
    • By natsplatnat 8th Nov 16, 8:38 AM
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    Ooh, fleabay item sold on my way home last night! Thank you very much!! It was one that I have multiples off so listed a new one as soon as I got in from work. Whoop!
    No Pro.Ac money yet.
    No house-sitting money yet.
    No credit card statement printed... must do this tonight!
    LBM ,- Wed 19th Nov 2008 £21,225 PAID OFF
    *DEBT FREE 28th September 2015*
    *2016 cashback pending £18.77 PAID £209.08*
    (2011=£137.30, 12=£66.39, 13=£102.61, 14=£214.97, 15=£159.51)
    Pro.Ac £4.25 + £62.60 paid
    SAVINGS TO CLEAR STUDENT LOAN £333.72

    • natsplatnat
    • By natsplatnat 9th Nov 16, 9:13 AM
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    No Pro.Ac money yet.
    No house-sitting money yet.
    No credit card statement printed... must do this tonight!
    LBM ,- Wed 19th Nov 2008 £21,225 PAID OFF
    *DEBT FREE 28th September 2015*
    *2016 cashback pending £18.77 PAID £209.08*
    (2011=£137.30, 12=£66.39, 13=£102.61, 14=£214.97, 15=£159.51)
    Pro.Ac £4.25 + £62.60 paid
    SAVINGS TO CLEAR STUDENT LOAN £333.72

    • natsplatnat
    • By natsplatnat 9th Nov 16, 11:22 AM
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    Fleabay item sold - is one of 2 identical items - so have listed the second now and will package up the sold one this evening!
    LBM ,- Wed 19th Nov 2008 £21,225 PAID OFF
    *DEBT FREE 28th September 2015*
    *2016 cashback pending £18.77 PAID £209.08*
    (2011=£137.30, 12=£66.39, 13=£102.61, 14=£214.97, 15=£159.51)
    Pro.Ac £4.25 + £62.60 paid
    SAVINGS TO CLEAR STUDENT LOAN £333.72

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