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Nifty November's NSD Challenge

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  • cathybird
    cathybird Posts: 13,990 Forumite
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    Well done beanielou :) List updated!
  • delta13
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    first NSD! :)
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  • cathybird
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    Yay delta13!! :) List updated :)
  • borollan
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    the Daily shop is food, a habit I picked up when I worked, calling at the local Neto (now an Asda) for our evening meal and anything else ....
    it has to stop, I retired early to care for my husband and the daily shop is now a joke, it means driving three miles to town, dogs insist on coming too, then they have to be walked so drive to country park near the shopping centre
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    There’s perfectly lovely places to walk near our home

    And of course, though I try and set a budget and stick to a list, there’s always something extra picked up when I do shop
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  • Honeysucklelou2
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    NSD 1/10 and what a battle to make it a NSD! Driving teenagers past a McD0nalds and the ensuring outcry from one of the teenagers was tough going!
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  • cathybird
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    borollan wrote: »
    the Daily shop is food, a habit I picked up when I worked, calling at the local Neto (now an Asda) for our evening meal and anything else ....
    it has to stop, I retired early to care for my husband and the daily shop is now a joke, it means driving three miles to town, dogs insist on coming too, then they have to be walked so drive to country park near the shopping centre
    ��
    There’s perfectly lovely places to walk near our home

    And of course, though I try and set a budget and stick to a list, there’s always something extra picked up when I do shop


    borollan, I find exactly the same as you, every time I go to the supermarket I buy things I didn't mean to ... They often do get eaten, so not wasted, but at the same time I didn't need them at the time. I like how your dogs insist on going too though, lol :)

    NSD 1/10 and what a battle to make it a NSD! Driving teenagers past a McD0nalds and the ensuring outcry from one of the teenagers was tough going!


    Crikey Honeysucklelou2, well done you!! :T:T:T
  • cathybird
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    Today is going to be an NSD for me hopefully ... tomorrow certainly won't be, getting a tree surgeon to cut back a tree - long story. :)
  • delta13
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    Today will be NSD 2 - going for a free day out to the museum, have a M&S voucher for treats, OH said he will buy anything needed for dinner as I tend to pay for everything when he's up here visiting (I will be leaving my purse at home!)
    Save £12k in 2022 = £3705.97/ £7,500 (49%)
    Save £12k in 2021 #76 = £11,857.21/ £10,000 (118%)


  • beanielou
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    NSD no 3 today.
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  • cathybird
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    Well done delta13 and beanielou :) :T:T

    List updated :)
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