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A Payment A Day - Part 9

edited 10 December 2010 at 3:36PM in Debt-free wannabe challenges
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  • jo41jo41 Forumite
    1.2K Posts
    Part of the Furniture 1,000 Posts Name Dropper Combo Breaker
    Morning all,
    Hope everyone is well.
    £30 today please Angelic to my cc
    Have a good day!
    Jo x
  • no_problemno_problem Forumite
    126 Posts
    Hi PADs of 9p to my mAdditions tin and 1p to my New Car Fund.

    Total PAD 10p
    FLM £170.00/£1430.84, Savings £2.00, PAD Additions PAID

    LBM 1/5/2010 DFD 31/12/2015
    DFW Nerd No. 1319: Wake Up Call Challenge No. 9
  • vasseurvasseur Forumite
    3.1K Posts
    Tenth Anniversary Combo Breaker PPI Party Pooper Debt-free and Proud!
    £2 to Virgin CC Grrr... today please Angelic :o
    It's not how far you fall - it's how high you bounce back.... :j
    Happiness is not a destination - it's a journey :)
  • Morning Padders!!

    The total for July 38th was £4303.18!
    The special mentions go to Wesker, Thrifty, mumof4, Andy, Comp and Sashanut! Well Done Padders! :D

    Sasha - Where does all you money come from?! :p

    I had a really nice day out yesterday...and I'm now ashamed (I wasn't yesterday) to say that I've spent a fortune! :p

    I couldn't resist the bargain petrol though...only 112.9p a litre, I had to have it! :D

    Ooh! OOH! OooooOOOh! :j

    I gotta mennnnnSHUN! I gotta mennnnnnSHUN! :dance: :D
    Mortgage-Free Wannabe
    Mortgage at start [20/6/12]: £151,800/MFD Jun 2035 (age 65)
    Mortgage now [5/11/14]: £139,212.14/MFD Oct 2029 (age 59)
    Personal Library 2014
    :starmod: Read in 2014: 57/60 :starmod: In Progress: 2 :starmod: Books In: 94 :starmod: Books Out: 12 :starmod: TBR: 847 :starmod:
  • Flower08Flower08 Forumite
    4.8K Posts
    Ooh! OOH! OooooOOOh! :j

    I gotta mennnnnSHUN! I gotta mennnnnnSHUN! :dance: :D




    :rotfl::rotfl:You should feel very proud!
    Biggest Loser Weight Loss: 13 / 20 lb
  • Howdy doody peeps :)

    As I've been hearing such [STRIKE]horrific[/STRIKE] great things about this Shred DVD, I've ordered myself one, along with a pair of high-waisted Spanx power pantie thingies to make me look a little less like a Cornish pastie in my wedding outfit. I figure I can pay for them out of the wedding fund, right? Right? :rotfl:

    I've just had a small can of spicy refried beans for lunch and although they're about 200kCal I figure they're not actually that bad as they're never in my body that long :eek: Ha. TMI for the win!

    Anyhoo. PAD for today is £10 into online savings please, Angelic :)

    *meep*
    Mortgage-Free Wannabe
    Mortgage at start [20/6/12]: £151,800/MFD Jun 2035 (age 65)
    Mortgage now [5/11/14]: £139,212.14/MFD Oct 2029 (age 59)
    Personal Library 2014
    :starmod: Read in 2014: 57/60 :starmod: In Progress: 2 :starmod: Books In: 94 :starmod: Books Out: 12 :starmod: TBR: 847 :starmod:
  • Flower08 wrote: »
    :rotfl::rotfl:You should feel very proud!

    The likelihood is that it'll only happen once per month (if that), so I'm makng the most of it :D

    *shimmy*
    *sashay*
    *falls over her own feet*
    Mortgage-Free Wannabe
    Mortgage at start [20/6/12]: £151,800/MFD Jun 2035 (age 65)
    Mortgage now [5/11/14]: £139,212.14/MFD Oct 2029 (age 59)
    Personal Library 2014
    :starmod: Read in 2014: 57/60 :starmod: In Progress: 2 :starmod: Books In: 94 :starmod: Books Out: 12 :starmod: TBR: 847 :starmod:
  • The likelihood is that it'll only happen once per month (if that), so I'm makng the most of it :D

    *shimmy*
    *sashay*
    *falls over her own feet*

    I think it might be a once a year thing...my counting finishes on the 31st :rotfl:
    Started PADdin' 13/04/09 paid £7486.66 - CC free 02/11/10
    Aim for 2011 - pay off car loan £260.00 saved
    Nerd No. 1173! :j
    Made by God...Improved by the The Devil :D
  • saorsiesaorsie Forumite
    1.9K Posts
    A PAD of £30.51 for me today please Angelic split between ISA/ Halifax 0% (hello old friend :o), e-bike fund, VSP and PAD pot

    -s-
    Frugal living challenge 2012 live on £8500 ~ £7725.87 remaining
    Make £5/day in 2012 ~ £482.24/£1830 ~ 22.52%
    Proud Member of PAD since January 2010 ~ Total paid to date £11386.64
    Savings Pot for 2012 ~ £772.60/£3000 ~ 23.38%
    Lose 19lbs / Save £2k by 30/04/12 *5/19lbs* £158.72/£2000
  • PigginSkintPigginSkint Forumite
    2.7K Posts
    Part of the Furniture Combo Breaker
    Hi All

    Today's PADs are £2 to various savings pots and £7.94 to Evil Egg making a total today of £9.94
    PigginSkint's debt free diary
    DFW Nerd 1049 Amazon Sellers Club member 54
    Total mortgage debt: 30/4/17 £14090.77 (Last payment: September 2021)
    LTSB Loan 30/4/17 £6633.71 (reduction by 48%)
    Total credit cards: 30/4/17 £25971.91 :eek:
    Total non-mortgage debt: 30/4/17 £32876.49 :eek:
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