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Good luck with the work situationThings are obviously not back to normal but it makes such a difference being able to visit family, watch the football etcIt's great having the premier league games back. I've quite enjoyed turning the fake crowd noise off and hearing the players / coaching staff
@wh_emAre you intending on saving up a bulk and then using that to pay off a chunk of the mortgage or overpaying each month? Just curious as I’m hoping I’ll be able to pay extra and unsure in which way to do it. We went back to see our house today, it made me even more excited. And the floors and ceilings are better than I remember! So looking forward to things moving on.
I'm really pleased with my spending this month, here are some spending figures after removing the mortgage payment:March - £1990April - £1300May - £1600June - £1200
I'm really pleased with my spending this month, here are some spending figures after removing the mortgage payment:March - £1890April - £1165May - £1350June - £930So to go from £1890 of spending in March to £930 this month is really good. If I only I had done that for the last 3 months! However, some of the overspending for that time was much needed, if I hadn't spent so much on DIY and the garden I think I probably would have gone mad. And besides March started out as a normal month with normal pay, how was I to know that the whole country was going to come to a standstill?! That's no excuse, I know.
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