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Ilona wrote: »
No, I'm the woman who hassles the person with the sticker machine in Tes&co, (we filmed that bit for 3 hours), and I'm the woman who wears boys pants because they last a lot longer than flimsy women's knicks, therefore not needing replacing so often. I am proud that I know how to manage my money. Proud that I know the difference between wanting something and needing something. Proud that I have no debt apart from a small mortgage. Proud that people follow my blog from all over the world, because they say they can learn something from my money saving ways.
I'm just back from Tes&co where most of my yellow stickers are on fruit and vegetables, I cook nutritious meals from scratch. On the contrary, yellow stickers give me the opportunity to try new foods which I wouldn't normally be able to afford. I live very well on a state pension, and post on here if I can be helpfull to people, because I know how hard it is to manage on not much money.
Welcome pinksk8. Those two shops you mentioned are good for bargains.
COOLTRIKERCHICK wrote: »
We are just about to buy a chest freezer to make the most of the reductions
olliesmummy06 wrote: »
. I tend to go twice a week to Mr T and at present have 46 meat potions in my freezer, all under 30p each. From rump steak, mince, casserole steak, chicken, lamb shanks/chops/mince/diced, pizzas, party food to salmon ( i was actually paid to take 8 packs away last week as they were down to 60p each but when buying 4 you got £4 off as a multi-buy, so 40p off my shopping for each one i bought.)
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