Dazzling December's NSD Challenge!

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  • Tahlullah.HTahlullah.H Forumite
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    Day 2 for me Cathybird, thank you.
    It takes a lot of money to look this cheap

    Mortgage outstanding - 31/12/20 - £40,650. 29/01/21 - £39,250. 26/02/21 - £37,850. 31/03/21 - £36,450. 30/04/21 - £39,050. 28/05/21 - £41,650. 30/06/21 - £48,200. 31/07/21 - £47,100. 31/08/21 - £48,400. 30/09/21 - £51,400. 29/10/21 - £50,100. 30/11/21 - £48,500. 06/12/21 - £47,500.

    For there is always light.
    If only we are brave enough to see it.
    If only we are brave enough to be it.
  • CharliebearCharliebear Forumite
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    Popping in to log 3/15 nsds - Being super busy has really helped curb any spending. My freezer now has an empty drawer  B) - hoping to fill it with Christmas reductions during Christmas week. I did this last Christmas and It kept me going all through January. 
    December NSDs - 2/15
  • beanieloubeanielou Forumite
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    MFdreamer said:
    Taking today as my 2nd NSD this month ☺️.

    Strictly I spent a fiver buying something for the charity I’m a trustee of but I’m not counting that even though I won’t claim it back from them. I set myself a charity budget each month so that I can allow myself to do ad hoc things like this for the charities I’m involved in.
    Also a charity trustee. 
    I do not count any thing I spend associated to them or for them otherwise I would never have any no spends. 
    Lou~ Debt free Wanabe No 55 DF 03/03/14.
    **Credit card debt free 30/06/10~**
    MFW. Finally mortgage free February 2021****
    "A large income is the best recipe for happiness I ever heard of" Jane Austen in Mansfield Park.
    ***Fall down seven times,stand up eight*** ~~Japanese proverb.
    It starts with you, it starts from now. *** It is ok to be me.***
    ***Keep plodding***
    Out of debt, out of danger. ***Be the difference.***
  • CouldsavemoreCouldsavemore Forumite
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    Teporting in for day 2!
    2/15...
    Roll on the weekend
    PAYDXMAS21 #41 900/900
    Fashion on a ration... 0/66
    Target weigh loss 2/14lbs
    Money saved on food budget by being frugal in 2021... 100

  • edited 4 December 2020 at 10:22PM
    cathybirdcathybird Forumite
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    edited 4 December 2020 at 10:22PM
    December

    Off to a start = image

    5 days = image

    10 days = image

    15 days = image

    20 days = image
    Target reached = image
    Target beaten = image

    December targets
    beanielou 3/15 image
    cathybird 3/15 image
    Charliebear 4/15 image
    CJRyder
    Couldsavemore 2/15 image
    delta13 2/15 image
    donkids22 1/10 image
    Honeysucklelou2 1/12 image
    IndiJonesi 16
    jammy dodger 3/18 image
    LivingInTheBlack 1/10 image
    MFdreamer 2/15 image
    Money Choices 1/12 image
    Narola1976
    short_bird 2/15 image
    SuperSavingD 1/15 image
    Tahlullah.H 3/10 image

    ALL WELCOME TO JOIN!

    10 in Save 12K: £6652.20/£8K. 2021 Tilly: £5,687.14 2020 Tilly: £4,815.07
    2021 D: 81 2020 D: 96
  • cathybirdcathybird Forumite
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    Well done jammy dodger, SuperSavingD, delta, MFDreamer, Tahlullah, Charliebear and Couldsavemore imageimageimage
    10 in Save 12K: £6652.20/£8K. 2021 Tilly: £5,687.14 2020 Tilly: £4,815.07
    2021 D: 81 2020 D: 96
  • Tahlullah.HTahlullah.H Forumite
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    Day 3 please Cathybird.
    It takes a lot of money to look this cheap

    Mortgage outstanding - 31/12/20 - £40,650. 29/01/21 - £39,250. 26/02/21 - £37,850. 31/03/21 - £36,450. 30/04/21 - £39,050. 28/05/21 - £41,650. 30/06/21 - £48,200. 31/07/21 - £47,100. 31/08/21 - £48,400. 30/09/21 - £51,400. 29/10/21 - £50,100. 30/11/21 - £48,500. 06/12/21 - £47,500.

    For there is always light.
    If only we are brave enough to see it.
    If only we are brave enough to be it.
  • CharliebearCharliebear Forumite
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    Popping in to log day 4 nsd - 4/15 ......on a roll  B)
    December NSDs - 2/15
  • beanieloubeanielou Forumite
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    Day 3 I think.

    Lou~ Debt free Wanabe No 55 DF 03/03/14.
    **Credit card debt free 30/06/10~**
    MFW. Finally mortgage free February 2021****
    "A large income is the best recipe for happiness I ever heard of" Jane Austen in Mansfield Park.
    ***Fall down seven times,stand up eight*** ~~Japanese proverb.
    It starts with you, it starts from now. *** It is ok to be me.***
    ***Keep plodding***
    Out of debt, out of danger. ***Be the difference.***
  • CouldsavemoreCouldsavemore Forumite
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    not for me today..
    have done the weekly food shop
    monthly petrol purchase
    bought a months worth of cat food
    plus last of my sons christmas pressies.
    fingers crossed I can make it a week with no spends
    PAYDXMAS21 #41 900/900
    Fashion on a ration... 0/66
    Target weigh loss 2/14lbs
    Money saved on food budget by being frugal in 2021... 100

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