pammyj74 wrote: »
thanks, I thought that was the case, will start mine next month. I take it that it means ANY spend not just groceries. So like a spend on a book or stamps etc basically not spend any money on anything at all. I think i can manage to do 18-20 days but not sure
Sunnyday wrote: »
i`ve not posted much but i`m still here
When we go shopping we take Dad with us every week so now Dads shopping goes on the conveyor first and ours straight afterwards and we get a subtotal in between, we pay for all the shopping on the bank card and Dad gives us the cash later. At Christmas we will split the voucher and have £12.50 each so we now have the best of both worlds
....... i don`t think that my freezer is ever going to get defrosted - i`ve been trying to empty it for months.
BigMummaF wrote: »
I've been hankering for good old-fashioned puddings lately & we've had semolina, pineapple upside down sponge & a baked jam roly poly I'd forgotten how good it is to indulge a 'guilty' pleasure--particularly on a wet winter's evening--& also how much it reduces the food you need to physically serve up in a main course.
mrssnowy wrote: »
Keiss,I am looking for a simple pattern for a gilet-can you tell me where was yours from please,and what style?
SunnyGirl wrote: »
I love serving a pudding up on ocassion as it's the only way that I'm guaranteed any leftovers for lunch the next day :eek: I also serve a 'fridge clear out' soup once a week or so with homemade flatbreads and a hot pudding afterwards to fill everyone up - especially the growing boys One of my friends serves soup before a main meal sometimes for similar reasons but I find that DD & DS3 are full after soup and wouldn't eat their main meal.
thisismoneysaving wrote: »
I feel quite guilty... you guys are doing so well.. even if you're over budget at least you've written it all down properly!!! I've totally lost track - no idea where I am. :mad: ...
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