What Small Things Will You Do This Week? 27/09/21

124

Replies

  • edited 30 September 2021 at 8:47AM
    katy_annkaty_ann Forumite
    1.1K Posts
    Tenth Anniversary 1,000 Posts Name Dropper Photogenic
    ✭✭✭
    edited 30 September 2021 at 8:47AM
    Morning everyone :)
    To do today:

    I wanted a NSD but DS has a cold so had to stop at the shop after taking him to school to get some more calpol and some biscuits accidently fell into my hands aswell haha

    - 2 hours of studying - in progress
    - phone UC - been on hold for 30 mins so far!
    - quick tidy of house
    - submit DS's drawing as a competition entry - Done (email for free entry)

    Have a good day everyone :) Its cold and windy here!
    Debt free once - Back again
    Debt at DMP start: £4310.66 - August 2020
    Current debt: £3710.66 - January 2022
    Currently repaying £100 a month - Estimated DFD March 2025
    Make £2022 in 2022 #33 - £42.50/£2022
    Surveys 2021/2022 - £5/£100
  • Bagpuss741Bagpuss741 Forumite
    2K Posts
    Part of the Furniture 1,000 Posts Name Dropper Photogenic
    ✭✭✭✭
    Today I have/will:

    1.  Checked online banking
    2.  Been to get petrol but stuck to usual £10
    3.  Thawing freezer under stairs ready for a big freezer shop tomorrow 
    4.  Read free book
    5.  Surveys
    6.  Duolingo Welsh
    7.  Meals from stores
    8.  Write shopping list and finalise meal plan for next week
    Tesco £1095.46, Vanquis £1157.53, Very £569.12, Next £1834.96 As of 15/01/22
  • rigare11arigare11a Forumite
    85 Posts
    10 Posts Name Dropper Photogenic
    Hello All, 

     Pay day woohoo paid those 2 debts off and updated signature! :) 

    Just about to close down those credit lines too. 

    Off to the gym later tonight 

    Love to all 

    Rigarella
    Very (Shopping) £796.16 Paid in FULL as of 17/08/2021
    Simply Be £1463 £1432  £1195.13 £801.02  £645.24 Paid in FULL 30/09/2021
    PayPal Credit £600  £534.64 £523.28 Paid in FULL 30/09/2021


    Overdraft £500  £462.78 £342.58
    Likely Loans £2465.73  £2191.76  £1917.79


    Total debt £5824.89 at the very start of DFW Journey.
    Current debt £5,028.73  £4997.73 £4384.31 £3990.20 £3823.06 £2260.37

    Debt added since start of journey £9000 (borrowed from partner for car) 
    Current balance of £8550 £8150

    My debt free diary:
    https://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/discussion/6291011/debit-free-diary-starting-august-2021-target-may-2022#latest
  • edited 30 September 2021 at 9:04PM
    DawnWDawnW Forumite
    6.9K Posts
    Part of the Furniture 1,000 Posts Name Dropper Photogenic
    ✭✭✭✭
    edited 30 September 2021 at 9:04PM
    Hello all :)
    With you on the accidental biscuits @katy_ann :D 
    Well done on the debt repayments @rigarella :) 
    Today I have / will:
    Dog walk first thing
    Home grown berries for breakfast - autumn raspberries are nearly over now, sadly. But I do have quite a lot in the freezer.
    Cleared up conservatory after OH fixed and painted some plasterboarding that had been left by the conservatory company
    Tied up massive chilli plants and put 2 of them back in the conservatory - the other one is now living at the end of my (big) dining table for now.
    Made some soup, too late for lunch today, but will do for tomorrow.
    Shopping at Lidl after work. Not a big list, as I am trying to get through the freezer contents.
    Dinner will be lots of bits from the fridge to make the equivalent of a big fried breakfast (though most will be grilled!). And there is a bit of apple crumble left for pudding :)

  • jadewest94jadewest94 Forumite
    1.6K Posts
    1,000 Posts Third Anniversary Name Dropper Photogenic
    ✭✭✭
    Evening guys!

    To do list 

    Pack gym stuff for the morning 
    Work lunch needs making 
    Find birth certificate and payslip for my job interview tomorrow 🤞
    Sealed Pot Challenge ~ 15 #070 Target £1000
    Pay ALL Your Debt Off By Xmas 2022! #66 £40/£4700
    Tilly Tidy 2022 £0/£500

    Aqua £400
    Vanquis £340
    Likely Loans £840 
    118 Money £1980 
    Five Lamps £740
    SafetyNet  - £350.71
  • DawnWDawnW Forumite
    6.9K Posts
    Part of the Furniture 1,000 Posts Name Dropper Photogenic
    ✭✭✭✭
    Good luck with your job interview @jadewest94 !
  • DawnWDawnW Forumite
    6.9K Posts
    Part of the Furniture 1,000 Posts Name Dropper Photogenic
    ✭✭✭✭
    Morning all :)
    I have a dental hygienist appointment today in the next town, so definitely not a NSD today!
    Can't think of anything else I need to spend on though, apart from the car park.
    Dog walked
    Load of washing done and out on the line (though it looks as though it will rain at some point)
    Postal survey stuff done.
    Raspberries picked. Also tied them back to the fence a bit, as they are overhanging the path and catching on the washing.
    Will need to head off shortly.
  • Bagpuss741Bagpuss741 Forumite
    2K Posts
    Part of the Furniture 1,000 Posts Name Dropper Photogenic
    ✭✭✭✭
    Good luck today @jadewest94

    Today I have/will:

    1.  Checked online banking
    2.  Big freezer shop
    3.  Phoned next to come out of payment plan now DWP have sorted themselves out
    4.  Cleaned bathroom 
    5.  Meals from stores
    6.  Duolingo Welsh
    7.  Ordered Christmas present while I have money
    8.  Received fabric conditioner to test

    Tesco £1095.46, Vanquis £1157.53, Very £569.12, Next £1834.96 As of 15/01/22
  • jadewest94jadewest94 Forumite
    1.6K Posts
    1,000 Posts Third Anniversary Name Dropper Photogenic
    ✭✭✭
    Thanks @Bagpuss741

    I got the job! I start next Sunday as I need to have induction day. 
    Sealed Pot Challenge ~ 15 #070 Target £1000
    Pay ALL Your Debt Off By Xmas 2022! #66 £40/£4700
    Tilly Tidy 2022 £0/£500

    Aqua £400
    Vanquis £340
    Likely Loans £840 
    118 Money £1980 
    Five Lamps £740
    SafetyNet  - £350.71
  • DawnWDawnW Forumite
    6.9K Posts
    Part of the Furniture 1,000 Posts Name Dropper Photogenic
    ✭✭✭✭
    Congrats on the job @jadewest94 :)
Sign In or Register to comment.
Latest MSE News and Guides

Alexa, tell me some top tips

How can this Forumite maximise their smart speaker?

Join the Forum discussion

State pension shortfalls for women

MPs call it a 'shameful shambles'

MSE News