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Finally Debt Free After 34 Years, But Still Need to Live Frugally

edited 18 November 2017 at 10:49AM in Debt Free Diaries
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  • HairyHandofDartmoorHairyHandofDartmoor Forumite
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    So sorry to hear about your BIL Hairy, I think being around for your sister after the funeral is a good idea, people tend to drift away then so she will need support then. Take care xxx
    Very sorry to hear your sad news - only 2 months, no time for anyone to prepare. And 60 is really young these days.
    Look after yourself as well.

    So glad to hear how close you are to getting your hard-worked-for qualification.
    I’m so sorry to hear your news. Cancer is no respecter of age I’m afraid. Just awful. Good idea to be there for your sister afterwards when people start drifting away, she’ll need your support. Take care xx
    Thank you.
    Finally Debt Free After 34 Years, But Still Need to Live Frugally
    Debt in July 2017 = £58,766 😱 DEBT FREE 31 OCTOBER 2017 :T 🎉
    EMERGENCY FUND 1 = £1,500/£5,000. EMERGENCY FUND 2 = £50/£5,000.
    CHRISTMAS SAVINGS = £144.37/£500
    PREMIUM BONDS ME = £300. PREMIUM BONDS DH = £300
  • jwiljwil Forumite
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    So sorry to hear about BIL. Glad he had his family with him.

    Congratulations on completing the course! 
    "If you can dream it, you can do it". Walt Disney
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