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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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  • Baileys_BabeBaileys_Babe Forumite
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    Another NSD today currently still have my tenner in tact :D
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  • crazy_cat_ladycrazy_cat_lady Forumite
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    Good afternoon all.
    Time to be thinking about declaring spends for the week now. I was going to declare only £5.34 but used the cash in my purse to buy more cat litter today so thought I would tag it onto my weekly spend.
    I will put up a new post for tomorrow ready for next week - please feel free to join in again.
    NST January #24 NSD = 10
    Working hard to pay off my debt
    Time to take back control
  • curlywurly82curlywurly82 Forumite
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    Total for this week 65 pounds so a little bit under
    I didn't include Saturday this week as I was attending an event I knew would be fairly costly, although I spent less that I thought, about. £30 including ticket.
  • Baileys_BabeBaileys_Babe Forumite
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    I spent nothing so I am going to add last weeks £10 to this weeks £10 plus £30 for groceries will give me £50 for the week.
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  • sunshine81sunshine81 Forumite
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    Ooh didn't update this as it disappeared from my subscribed threads!

    Well we took £200 and spent £196.30. Happy with that as it meant we didn't break into 'normal' income, leaving us with more money this month for debts, groceries, bills, stuff for the new baby etc!

    Ok this week I'm going to aim for £10 of unplanned spending. Have a good week all x
  • tallyhohtallyhoh Forumite
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    well, I overspent by £16 last week buying paint. Determined to spend NOTHING this week
    Tallyhoh!

    Stopped Smoking October 2000. Saved £21,840 so far!
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