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fedupnow wrote: »
Had lots of problems in June which meant a change in priorities. A family member being very very sick and needing my time to care for them meant that I spent lots on takeaways and fuel and generally everything in my budget went completely to pot. I don't begrudge a penny as it meant I was of help and comfort at the end of their life but it does mean I need to dip into savings to pay this months bills. So.... a determined effort to get back on track this month from me.£183.21Good luck everybody
dink1 wrote: »
NSD planned for today, am up early enough to pack myself up for work so should be nsd there too! Things going back to normal now MIL and FIL gone !!!! YAY!:TOrkney star - You can do it, it will be anightmare at the new tesco!!!!!! there tried for you did that work? :rotfl:Floxie - welcome, feel free to ask any questions and let us know any tips/recipes you find on the way. AngelNikki has been taking care of us in Mrs M's absence (thanks angelnikki and prayers are with you Mrs M) you will need to put your amount for the month in red so that it can be added to the first page like the rest of us. I am sure you will get the hang of it.TQ16 - good to see you again hun, its nice to clean the cupboards, tiring whilst doing it but empowering dont you think?
Have a great GC day. DINK1
OrkneyStar wrote: »
Does anyone have a quick gingerbread recipe ? or something similar that I could make ?
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