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elly2 wrote: »
Yesterday i cleared my CC debt of £893 :j:j and also a couple of small catologue debts I used some money from my savings account but will make it up by putting the £80 i usually use to pay my CC straight back into my savings (saved aprox £200 in intrest payments) . Tea this eve is cottage pie for DD and me (using up sun leftover gravy) the lo's will have pizza out the freezer, had everything in so a NSD today and possibly another tomorrow as i am at work 3-11.
donnajt wrote: »
Spent £23 in Mr T yesterday= £272.37 = £23 = £249.37
Managed to get some of the buy 1 get 2 free on cheese and crisps
Coxy11 wrote: »
Afternoon everyone,Budgets done to here
Had a 'make it up as you go along' dinner last night. Got some diced lamb and put it in an ovenproof dish, added a jar of patatas bravas sauce and a small pot of natural yoghurt. Mixed it all together and baked in the oven at 200 degrees for about half an hour. Lovely - quite spicy, but nice with mini roasties and broccoli.
Haven't spent any pennies since Monday's T shop. Will be going into town tomorrow so may get some veggies. Also going to visit my local branch of 'shoes' to use my staff discount card on a couple of pressies
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