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Make £10 a day challenge October 2015 - everybody most welcome
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£5.86 after all fees, that's one item. waiting for other two to pay.
That's the one! Flubit is fab. I expect it'll really come into its own for Xmas shopping where you have specific items in mind but want the very best offers!
35 on LuckyPhone and 6.00 on Pinecone cashed out.
Slow earnings so far but on the other hand my work earnings have been much higher (self employed) but I don't count them for the challenge and my outgoings have dropped (back to the OS grocery challenge as costs were rising quickly) so all in all so far a decent month. I'll keep plodding with surveys and my dailies.
Have a good day all x
FEB '23 £10 a day £85.22/£80 (starting late)
This guy was just mooching about and saw mine and wanted the desk. Luckily I still had it, it's enormous, heavy and about 6 feet high with the top shelf on and I've had no luck getting rid of it because charity shops don't want it and neither does anyone else in these days of laptops and tablets:eek:. I'd moved it to the garage and has been used as a general dumping pace for all sorts:o. He was delighted with it and had a big van so didn't even need to dismantle it. Paid the asking price of £20 with no quibble and considering I got it 'free' with my first computer system back in 1998 I was well-chuffed:j
Received £11.95 after fees for books sold on Amazon and £1 left in a supermarket trolley.
That's £32.95 to add:j
Well done to all money-makers. Keep at it:beer:
£10 a day:-
Oct 15 £97.82/£30 Sept 15 £174/£150
Car overpayment so far £244.00
Keep using click snap as they will only take th £5 off you once until next year. And keep an eye for me posting bout any cashback 9ffers through q7dco especially free ones like b3spoke.
It's quite nice to look in my cupboard of doom and see the stuff getting lower and less stacked. It's finally all going. Stuff I have had for a year is finally being sold rather than just donating to charity shop.
And in other news my home is starting to look like a home again. Instead of a dump. Ds toy baskets are in his room now. He brings down whatever he wants to play with and takes it back up.
My washing baskets are empty enough to just do regular washing. My ironing is no longer a mountain.
Now to find a salaried job and life will be so much better.
And how lovely for you. One less item taking up residence. That's awesome :j
Did you know if you had a catalogue, you may also have had ppi catalogue style on it , that you can claim back?
have a good read and see if there is anything you can try claiming back.
I feel the same as you when stuff actually leaves my home when it's been taking up space for ages. Having less clutter and more space is often better than the money it brings IMO:j