f0xh0les wrote: »
Massive hugs, I totally understand. My DH was exactly the same until about 24 months ago, then he suddenly got it when he had to get a credit history (his old one disappeared when he changed from Mr to Dr and we had to get a mortgage based on my credit history, even though I was not working)
Don't give up on him!
GlendaSugarbean wrote: »
thriftylass and foxholes I have a budget averse OH too - and the budget this month was not helped by £100+ of expenses that he would usually cover (he is s/e so erratic income). I know this causes him a lot of anxiety so I don't want to push, but equally he can get away with not monitoring his spending because I'm organised and will pick up the slack. So. He is planning to pay me back so we'll see. It means I need to go back to adding a pot for unplanned expenses which annoys me!
Food budget is looking tight again :mad: - too many top up shops. When will I learn? Must eat from freezer tonight and avoid extras.
Toni'sfriend wrote: »
Well done, Indigo.
So I think it's an early night and book for me. What an exciting life I lead!. Honestly, not complaining. Compared to some people I am truly blessed.
...checkout-free supermarket store
Plus what to do if you're a victim
The Body Shop, Holland & Barrett etc