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First one to clear 15k gets a paper hat

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Debt-Free Wannabe
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  • Think I'm going to have a go at that dooyoo!!

    If they give you money for just reviewing things then it's definitley worth doing!!
    First to £15k hat challenge!
    Debt £14,393 / £10.49
    Savings £607 / £0
    That hat is mine!!!
  • Hello all

    I wanna play - what a great idea for a thread (nice one CAFCgirl), I am soooooo competetive so I will work my bits off to try to do this.

    I feel like I will have to ebay at some point, have been putting it off fo years.....
    £34,547 (Dec 07); Current debt: £zilch (Debt free December 2010)
    Sealed Pot #389 (2010=£133)
  • Ebay sounds like a good idea!

    Going to have a scout around the house this weekend to see what I can put on there, and i've just listed some books on amazon which I don't have to pay anything until they are sold!
    First to £15k hat challenge!
    Debt £14,393 / £10.49
    Savings £607 / £0
    That hat is mine!!!
  • hypno06hypno06 Forumite
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    I would join in this challenge, but paper hats really mess with my hair, so I will hand over my place on the starting line to someone else!

    Good luck guys - you can do it!!!!!
    Successful women can still have their feet on the ground. They just wear better shoes. (Maud Van de Venne)
    Life begins at the end of your comfort zone (Neale Donald Walsch)
  • clearmydebtsclearmydebts Forumite
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    mike84 wrote: »
    Think I'm going to have a go at that dooyoo!!

    If they give you money for just reviewing things then it's definitley worth doing!!

    Yeah, I find it great for the Amazon vouchers for Xmas and birthday presents. I don't have the patience to wait for the 50,000 miles for the money!!!
    Total (Aug 19):€58,567 Now:€39,078
    Loan: €29,778 CC1: €6300 CC2: 3000
    DFD:Nov 2022/Sept 2022
    Mortgage: €202,737
    MFD: March 2042/July 2036
  • CAFCGirlCAFCGirl Forumite
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    oooooh new people and new ideas!

    Gonna have a look at this dooyoo malarky.
    been working today, so theres some money LOL
    Also did well with taking in a lunch today so saved about £3 there.
    Food shopping is coming from asda online tomorrow, found a £5 off code on here, so saved on the delivery charge there, so I owe my credit card £5 from that.
    One income, home educating family life
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  • CAFCGirlCAFCGirl Forumite
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    Thanks Mike for the recommendation, just signed up for moneyback madness, and when I reach my qualifying amount will mean £10 for Mike and me :) wahey! Joint efforts are always good.
    One income, home educating family life
    Fashion On The Ration Coupons 2019 46\66 Excess Spent 28/2/2020 YARN
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  • Evening everyone how are we all doing tonight?
    Proud to be dealing with my debts - DFW No: 712

    03/09/09 - DEBT FREE AT LAST :D
    Racing Hypno to Save - £10/£5000
  • CAFCGirlCAFCGirl Forumite
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    well im alright LOL

    Hows you?
    Cleared my purse out earlier and put all the coppers (all that was in there apart from bats!) in my piggy bank. Figured I might count all that out toward the end, and see if that makes a dent in it!
    One income, home educating family life
    Fashion On The Ration Coupons 2019 46\66 Excess Spent 28/2/2020 YARN
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  • This sounds like the kind of challenge I need! I've only got limited time for extra money-making so am hoping to reach the 15,000 by being stingy:D. Good luck, everyone!

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