October's Bring Your Own Lunch To Work!

edited 11 October 2017 at 9:04AM in Debt-free Wannabe Challenges
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edited 11 October 2017 at 9:04AM in Debt-free Wannabe Challenges
Hello!

Setting up this challenge again :)

Taking lunches to work soon adds up, minimum £3 a day (as well as the other stuff we pick up whilst we are in there!) 5 days a week...approximately 20 times in a week....There's £60 before you know it gone for the month.

Taking your own lunch to work takes a bit of organisation but saves so much money :money:. is generally better for us and tastes so much nicer!

So sign up people :j! Just let me know how many days for October you are going bring your lunch to work and update how often you want in bold how many days you are on so I can see it!

Feel free to share lunch ideas too so we can all mix it up!

I have a tough month this month with car insurance, MOT and insurance due so I am going to go the whole hog and say all 22 working days I will be taking lunch in to work. I am also healthy eating so it will keep me out of the chip shop :rotfl:

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