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Prepping for Brexit thread

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Old Style MoneySaving
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  • 3secondmemory3secondmemory Forumite
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    @pollyanna_26

    It’s impossible to speak to anyone at my GP surgery – it’s all done on the computer. Unfortunately I’m not reliable for instance last week I did manage to get a repeat prescription ordered, but for some reason I’ve had no response to my econsult. It’s most likely that I didn’t submit it properly. I tried to ring yesterday but I was number 31 in the queue and unfortunately my ADHD kicked in and I ended up frustrated and upset 😠 
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  • MingVaseMingVase Forumite
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    Maybe time to resurrect this thread ? :#
  • cuddlymarmcuddlymarm Forumite
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    Hi MV
    i think so too. It looks like Boris has got his no deal. It’s proved time after time that this government aren’t that organised so all we can do is make sure we’re stocked up ( simple things we take for granted like paracetamol can be in short supply)
    We went into Tier 3 at midnight so I spent yesterday evening ordering some of my Xmas presents. I’ve been happily list making too. I love a good list.
    January NST 2/16
  • MingVaseMingVase Forumite
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    I'm great with lists too. At least you can do them from the recliner and not have to actually move.. >:)
  • boultdjboultdj Forumite
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    Extra cough and cold stuff ordered here, the shop brand of lemsip and vicks. I've also made a sniffy stick for me, OH and a couple of clients, been helping with the blocked noses this time of year seems to trigger off.
    Grocery Challenge
    September £300/£197.30
    August £300/ £317.15
    July £350/ £332.76
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