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minnie2 wrote: »
so i am very deflated! feel like a sinking ship today! Ive had 15/19 NSD and spent £128.99 out of my budget of £155 so still got £26.01 left to last until 31st Jan, but im running out of steam i think!! may be an off day but starting to think whats the point! is it all worth it etc! hey ho! tomorrows another day i suppose!!
toddles* wrote: »
just updating my signature. Had £38 spend at Mr M yestderday.
Nice tip- go supermarket shopping when you have morning sickness. you dont buy anything!! :rotfl:
off on me hols on Friday with my DP and little girl cannot wait. Its going to be freezing but Grrrrreat!!
rachelww1 wrote: »
So cross with myself. Stupidly bought a sandwich today for £2.30. I'd eaten everything I took into work today (cereal, 2 cup-a-soups,crisps, carrot & celery sticks, twinks hobnobs), but I was still starving. My appetite is huge after giving up smoking 2 months ago:D.
kahunababy wrote: »
I have found I am eating like there is no tomorrow at the moment:o I gave up smoking last week thanks to champix tablets but good god they make me hungry. Problem is I have about 2 stone to lose so it really is not helping my waistline:( Never mind, I will just have to get through the next couple of weeks (ment to be the hardest) then I will tackle the weight issue.
goingontoolong wrote: »
So I am going to join the grocery challenge. My task is to ensure that I buy enough groceries for lunches at work as well as dinners etc.
Target £37.50 a week
mrs-moneypenny wrote: »
made 3 weetabix cakes last night one went last last and was finished off in lunchboxes today, ones in the cake tin and ones in the freezer.
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