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Why Walk When You Can Fly

edited 11 September 2018 at 11:18AM in Debt Free Diaries
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  • Purplemumof2Purplemumof2 Forumite
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    Apart from updating tge Feb lunch thread, I won't be about for a while. RL needs fixing.
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  • debtaghhdebtaghh Forumite
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    Apart from updating tge Feb lunch thread, I won't be about for a while. RL needs fixing.

    Hope you sort things out x
    Credit card debt ( May 2019) : £56,918... won't even start on the family debt :eek:
  • hugglemonsterhugglemonster Forumite
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    Oh hope everything is ok and RL is fixed soon.

    All my best wishes, H x
    Debt: New credit card £2291.82 now £2790 Car - Purchased £11,518.40 now £1469.85 Barclays loan 3000 now £1221.83
    PAID - Loan 2 £2200 Computer £646.52, Overdraft 1 £2200 Dad £300
    Emergency fund: £50 General savings: £50
    Aug 2019 starting debt 13,111.79 current debt £5481.68
  • jwiljwil Forumite
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    Take care lovely, I hope you can sort things out xx
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  • HairyHandofDartmoorHairyHandofDartmoor Forumite
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    Apart from updating tge Feb lunch thread, I won't be about for a while. RL needs fixing.

    I hope you're okay Purplemum and that you manage to sort things out in RL.
    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 = £900/£5,000. EMERGENCY FUND 2 = £50/£5,000.
    CHRISTMAS SAVINGS = £144.37/£500
    PREMIUM BONDS ME = £300. PREMIUM BONDS DH = £300
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  • WannabeFreeWannabeFree Forumite
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    Take care

    Only a message away if you need an ear, here or other places

    xx
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  • Purplemumof2Purplemumof2 Forumite
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    Thsnks, just need space to sort some bits out xx
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    If you need any help with anything, please let us know ok?
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  • Purplemumof2Purplemumof2 Forumite
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    Hi,

    Okay, I'm back although I only lurked whilst I was away so not technically away...but I did need the space and I have got stuff sorted, it's not 100% but it is better than it was and for the moment that is good enough for me.

    I have restarted my Money hub app and got that back up to date again, I'm paying the subscription so it is a bit silly that I don't use it.

    DH got some PPI back, which is enough to pay £750 off the OD and as much as I want to....DH is dragging his heels **Rolls eyes**

    DD and I have an opticians appointment on Saturday. I am dreading mine, although I don't have to pay for the test due to my rather bad prescription my actual glasses still cost a fortune.

    Pay day next week, can't wait.

    DH did say last week that he doesn't think we will ever get rid of the debt...I told him that I am determined that we will, I want to be in a position that I can start overpaying on the mortgage. I want to show him that at the end of this year we will be under £10K (not including the OD!)
    Official DFW Nerd Club - Member no. 791 - Proud to be dealing with my debts
    BC: £7070.00 :mad: Lloyds: £7850.00 :mad: MBNA: GONE :)
    Feb LTW 2/20
    PAYDBX 2020 #041 PD £298.03/£8000
    Xmas Pot £52.85/£500 ~ EF £280/£500
    20p Savers 2020 :) £2 Savers 2020 :) 50p Savers 2020 :) SPC 13 2020 #003
  • debtaghhdebtaghh Forumite
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    Glad to see you posting again and to hear that things have improved a bit.
    Credit card debt ( May 2019) : £56,918... won't even start on the family debt :eek:
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