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Sian_the_Green wrote: »
Well tomorrow is the big move :www: ---->:www: .
I live in an attic room with a very narrow turning staircase (which some of you may remember I feel through once upon a time) so it might take a while to get everything out and into the new house.
I will be living with a friend up the road in a little box room until January so no bulk buying or early stocking up on early Christmas presents unfortunately. I know the house has an eating together thing going on but am not sure how it works so I don't think I will be totally in control of my food budget but I may have a smaller one for toiletries and lunches etc so that I can still join in with you all! It will be nice to cook and eat with other people though, my housemates for the last year haven't been the friendliest.
I do hope she has internet too, imagine if she doesn't. Eek :eek:
bails wrote: »
I was wondering, and I'm sure it's been raised before, whether we could put a summary of people's families/what's included next to their budget targets? I'm aware that would be a lot of work so please feel free to shoot me down in flames for even suggesting it :rotfl:I just think it could be a real help to see how others in a similar position to you are managing (perhaps people could buddy up if they fancied?) and would be an inspiration to know that spends really can be reduced over time. Just a thought.
findingmyfeet wrote: »
hi and welcome likabu . Good luck by the bucket load. You are sure to get lots of advice on here and plenty of encouragement. Have loads of fun doing it and dont be too hard on yourself at first.GOOD LUCK
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