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Taking it slowly, but doing it well.

edited 30 November -1 at 12:00AM in Mortgage-Free Wannabe
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  • wishingthemortgaheawaywishingthemortgaheaway Forumite
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    Evening all,

    The start of the month occurring at the weekend seems to have caused a few delays to interest payments and bill generating.

    So, with some easy wins still due, the next phase of the mop pot stands at £34.37/£100.

    Today was a nsd- it's been a while I think, I'm not keeping track of them as carefully as I used too, maybe that's why I'm blowing the budget pots on a regular basis.

    Another small win is that the eating out pot is still in tact, despite the fact we've already had a weekend in February. Definitely won't stay that way next week when I have a lot of work visits and I'm not allowed to expense alcohol.
    I must do a supermarket trip this week to stock up on snacks etc to keep me going.

    Anyway, onwards and upwards.....

    Wish.
    Outstanding mortgage: £23,181 (December 19)
    MFW 2020 Challenge Member #10 0/£2318
  • wishingthemortgaheawaywishingthemortgaheaway Forumite
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    All the easy start of the month wins are in and the mop pot stands at £55.63/£100. So, one day's overtime should be enough to see it topped up for the month.

    Decorator is in doing our bedroom today and tomorrow and then carpet being fitted on Thursday morning. Hopefully we'll be reasonably straight by the weekend.

    Marginally crazy work week for me. But not as bad as the huge amount I've mileage I'll be doing next week. But still overtime and expenses are not to be sneezed at.

    Have a good sleep everyone.

    Wish.
    Outstanding mortgage: £23,181 (December 19)
    MFW 2020 Challenge Member #10 0/£2318
  • Mrs_Money_PennyMrs_Money_Penny Forumite
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    Hi Wish Hope all is well. Missing your updates x
    £21504/£40294=Mortgage neutral 03/19
  • Busy_MeeBusy_Mee Forumite
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    Same here Wishing. I hope you are well x
  • Mummy_bearMummy_bear Forumite
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    Finally catching up on diaries and was keen to see how you were doing Wishing. Hope all is well with you all x
    My LBM May 2017, DH LBM July 2017- Total Debt (not Including Mortgage) £46444.23 :eek:
    £40773.61 /£46444.23 87.8% paid
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  • Mrs_Money_PennyMrs_Money_Penny Forumite
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    Hi Wish missing your updates hope all is well with you. x
    £21504/£40294=Mortgage neutral 03/19
  • UrbanshyneUrbanshyne Forumite
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    Hey Wish, it's been a while since an update - I've missed them. Hope you're well. 
    Neither a borrower or lender be; for loan oft loses both itself and friend.
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