greent wrote: »
....loads of ideas for weddings on a small budget on here. The important bit is the getting married - not a huge party, fancy clothes, exotic honeymoon, etc...The Special Occasions Board is really good for doing things on a budget. Plus I agree with the sentiment that the 'marriage' is the most important aspect of any 'wedding'. You only have to look at all the slebs who've reportedly spent 100s of £1000s & it's still gone wrong And if you do 'quiet' now, you can always save up for 'blow-out' to celebrate a milestone anniversary..just a thought....
Booger! I've got into buying this for my many cups of tea (was previously using red Cravendale) I noticed that the Sainsburys orange milk was more expensive at the weekend than when I last bought it - although I can't remember if I bought it on an offer......
Doom_and_Gloom wrote: »
£108 for fiance, me and 2 old rats please for 1st of May to 31st of May.
We did go over our budget for April . I'm hoping we can stay in budget for May or I may have to think about putting the budget up :eek: when I'd rather it go down.
mardatha wrote: »
It's what is inside your head that matters in life - not what's outside your window
tessie_bear wrote: »
....head to tesco later to have a look at the cooked chicken...down to £2 but i think they are small so ill prob not bother...
Joanie72 wrote: »
Doh . . . forgot to say I'm going to take the chip away option, so reckon 10% cut this month should help. That works at an obscene sounding £720 for May. Surely that's loads?!
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