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Resurrected - The Weekly Spend Challenge w/c 30th August 2015

edited 6 September 2015 at 5:47PM in Debt-free Wannabe Challenges
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  • sweetpea26sweetpea26 Forumite
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    NSD for me today :) for a change :)
  • Was 37.....
    Spent 18:50 on food
    £3 on drinks while out...21

    So grand total of £16 left
  • 32b3in201332b3in2013 Forumite
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    Evening

    I have £8 odd left in my purse so I have spent around £10 of the £18.50 I had left. Only one day left of this challenge for me so I should be able to stay in budget :D

    32b3
    SPC9 #125 - £816.85
    SPC10 #125 - £851.81
    SPC 11 #7 - £968.46
    SPC 12 #7 - £2682.90
    SPC 13 #7 - £4829.85
    SPC 14 #7 -
  • curlywurly82curlywurly82 Forumite
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    Yesterday spent £6.00 which is my payment to the Lotto syndicate. Not bad as I was going out for dinner with a friend and they insisted on paying.

    Today one of the members of my team gets married Friday and we had a whip round, and as mngr I ended up buying the card fron was # extortion! £2.49 on card. £5.00 towards gift.

    Also in late last night and not organised for lunch so £4.65 on lunch.
  • crazy_cat_ladycrazy_cat_lady Forumite
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    The really good thing about being so busy at work is that I don't have time to even think about spending money - never mind actually doing it... Another NSD for me today.
    NST January #24 NSD = 10
    Working hard to pay off my debt
    Time to take back control
  • Had £16 left but spent £13 on food. Next week I'm splitting everything into seperate budgets so food / groceries will be seperate as I'm desperate to get a method that works for me.

    So a no spend day for me....total left £3

    Having another day in tomorrow so hoping to end on my £3
  • sleepless_saversleepless_saver Forumite
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    Spent £10.99 on a week's NowTV to watch US Open tennis. Regretting it now as the quality is appalling.

    And 2 (more) second hand books £6.84.

    Expecting a NSD tomorrow.
  • DawnWDawnW Forumite
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    Oops I have gone over my £50 target already :o
    And I have been rubbish at updating this
    £53.18 / £50 :(

    Included all groceries, cleaning products, toiletries, pet food, fuel etc, as well as random spends, but not bills / direct debit type costs. Still, could do better :o

  • 32b3in201332b3in2013 Forumite
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    Oh dear, I have gone over budget. I would have been fine but I paid for my friends lunch as its her birthday this weekend.

    Total for this week was £57, so £7 over.

    I'll be back to rejoin the challenge for the week after next if there is one. I'm going on holiday tomorrow so I won't be joining in next week.

    Have a great weekend everyone.

    32b3
    SPC9 #125 - £816.85
    SPC10 #125 - £851.81
    SPC 11 #7 - £968.46
    SPC 12 #7 - £2682.90
    SPC 13 #7 - £4829.85
    SPC 14 #7 -
  • curlywurly82curlywurly82 Forumite
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    Had to put petrol in the car today so only put enough in for the weekend. £10 in total
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