NST Joyful July

edited 29 June 2017 at 12:02AM in Debt-free Wannabe Challenges
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  • cuddlymarmcuddlymarm Forumite
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    Hi Mothernerd
    Can I join in this month please ?
    I'll sit down and work out my aims for the month and post this later if that's ok ��
    Cuddlymarm
    January NST 2/16
  • mothernerdmothernerd Forumite
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    Jo_Blogs wrote: »
    Good morning all :);)

    Super post mothernerd :p:p - I've decided to sign-up fot the 'Uber Frugal Month Challenge' :D. It looks fabulous and can't wait to start! :):):)

    Wishng you all a super July with all your goals :);)

    Jo, do you want to be in this challenge for July or will the Frugal woods be enough to take on - would be good to have a few hardcore frugals commenting to help the rest of us along
    My mission in life is not only to survive,but to thrive and to do so with some Passion, some Compassion, some Humour and some Style.
    NST SEP No 1 No Debt No mortgage
  • x_raphael_xxx_raphael_xx Forumite
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    I'm in please!
    Debt Free as of 17/01/2009 Turtle Power!!
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  • Florence_JFlorence_J Forumite
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    I'm in please :)
    Debt Free Stage 1 - Completed 27/08/2020
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  • cuddlymarmcuddlymarm Forumite
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    Hi guys
    For July I'm aiming for 16 NSDs, a food spend of £120 and as much exercise as I can do.
    I've just been taken on by a work agency and am waiting to hear about what shifts I can have.
    My aim for this month is to clear my credit card and then start on OHs. His is the card that we mainly use and we have put some expenses on due to moving house.
    I've been through my food cupboards and the freezer and it tends to just be veg, fruit and odd bits needed to make complete meals. I have tried a set meal plan and it doesn't work for us, but a list of what I have and possible meals from this works.
    I am finding that with OH home all the time that cooking extra spuds, veg etc and having that with lunch the next day is working for us. Also it cuts down on having to use the cooker as much.
    Anyway time to get on. Good luck for a Joyful July everyone.
    Cuddles
    January NST 2/16
  • abundant1972abundant1972 Forumite
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    Greetings!!!

    Slate wiping started. Making space for a Joyful July as we speak. Thank you Mothernerd. Count me in.

    :)
    Current Debt = £7800.00 : DFD = May 2023 (@ £300 p/m)
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    A Month Ahead = **Achieved**
    NST March: Groceries/Spends: £5 per day = £155.00 for March : NSD = 8/15
    Be kind to myself - Eat well - Exercise - Be mindful
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    LauralozzleLauralozzle Forumite
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    edited 29 June 2017 at 7:08PM
    I'm in again!!! Will post my goals tomorrow in preparation for Saturday! [STRIKE]I hope July will be better than June...[/strike] July will be better than June. I know where my issues are (food budget :eek:) it gets me EVERYTIME
    February Grocery Budget: £190.75/£350.00
    NST no. NSD 4/15
  • f0xh0lesf0xh0les Forumite
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    Count me in please. Will have a think and post goals later, or else it will just be the 6 month plan of new roof, double glazing and a new shower cubicle. Which is enough to go on with but hardly inspiring is it?

    Aiming for 16 NSDs
    MFW#65 Aug 21 = £81,500.00 next target = £80k in December 2021 Daily interest £4.02 next target = sub £4
    E/F £19,000 but I still need a new roof and an extension and the loft boarding out.
    NSTurtle # 2 🐢 🐢 No Turtle gets left behind.
  • lcc86lcc86 Forumite
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    I'm in again!!! Will post my goals tomorrow in preparation for Saturday! [STRIKE]I hope July will be better than June...[/strike] July will be better than June. I know where my issues are (food budget :eek:) it gets me EVERYTIME

    It gets me every time too! And my name's Laura, perhaps it's a Laura thing!? :rotfl::rotfl::rotfl:
    Car debt May 2020 £5,200 - September 2021 £579
    Medical costs January 2021 £1,080 - May 2021 £0
    Car costs September £834 - insurance claim ongoing...
    Vet bill September £725

    Pay off all your debt by Xmas 2021 #19
  • SkintTeacherSkintTeacher Forumite
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    Can you count me in please!? I'm going to aim for 10 as it is a holiday month x
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