Get a grip !
edited 25 November 2018 at 8:52AM in How much have you saved?
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Wrap up when you go out as it's definitely winter now.
I will be online shopping today for gifts for family. Either click and collect or amozon. No point in relying on Royal Mail
Just about to get up and walk the dog. It’s still dark here. I’m going to finally make the sweet potato soup in the slow cooker today and get the xmas decs out of the loft. Hopefully a NSD.
We have had the heating on all day in 15 minute bursts every hour it has been so cold.
Personally I could not live on 10000 a year. I did a quick tally just now and would need at least 20000 a year if I was on my own. This includes everything. ( bills, food, petrol, council tax, spending money, clothes, birthdays, Christmas, car costs, insurances, house maintenance and a holiday or short breaks).
The good news is a part-time job could bring you another 10000 a year that would make life more comfortable. You are also a few years younger than myself.
Best wishes. Hopefully you will complete soon.