Final steps to debt freedom
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We also paid the next instalment off our new kitchen, so one less thing to worry about. Only two more instalments left to pay.
Hope the funeral goes as well as it can on Tuesday. Very difficult with the current restrictions, I had one 2 days before Xmas.
Yes, it is on my iPhone. I will then go back to it every week and then if I no longer want any of the items of the list I just remove it from the note.
We had to pop into the shops as our bread when mouldy - not ideal when your next planned breakfasts and lunches include half a loaf of bread. Naturally ended up picking up a few snack pieces. Spent £4.75 from my own card and then I sent the remaining 25p to the savings account - every little helps.
My partner forgot to mention they were coming so it wasn't added to the joint spreadsheet. This will just mean spending a bit less on the shopping, however, we worked out this week we brought one meal too many so we have one less dinner to buy next week.
I can now cash out on prolific so I will do that tomorrow.
This came to £56.78 but I needed to buy sanitary products and shaving stuff, which is expensive in itself. I would usually go to one of the saver stores in town but that’s obviously not an option at the moment.
Not many plans today. Done two exercise classes, had a shower and made brunch. Now to sit and watch the football - my team play at 8pm so something to look forward too. I will also clean the bathroom and Hoover around the house as well.
I haven't spent any money this weekend either - I actually brought the two cards mentioned above on Friday. I wanted to spend on Friday when we had a bad dinner experience (the Chinese wasn't very nice unfortunately), but we did a mini buffet instead as our shopping came so managed to cobble some sense of food together. You can't beat some cheese and crackers!