freakyogre wrote: »
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Botany wrote: »
Are these the winning numbers for the next rollover?
mummy2mygirls wrote: »
now i feel sick.............arrr morning sickness needs to go (so i can eat more cake lol)
emmab2001 wrote: »
i'm £13.28 over spent but i'm so happy as this was my first month doing this and the month before i spent over £500!!! :eek:so still whoop whoop for me!!!:j:T
SmlSave wrote: »
Looks like we should be under budget this month just bought 3 chickens for £8.50 so we def won't run out for a while!
notjustlaura wrote: »
Well, I don't really but my first attempts have been disastrous! I did really well until last weekend when I had a couple of unexpected outlays and it was all downhill from there. This week I haven't even kept receipts so I've no idea what I've spent *and* I've been using the credit card which I'd 'promised' myself I wouldn't do.
Fortunately, the week and the month are nearly over and finding <i>Economy Gastronomy</i> at half-price in ASDA has given me a much-needed boost. So I'm going to draw a line under the past however-many days and just learn my lessons:
1. I cannot change everything at once.
2. If I go over budget I still need to keep track..
3. I need to keep close to this forum.
So those are the lessons.
And there's the line.
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