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    • fairyface
    • By fairyface 11th Aug 18, 4:21 PM
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    Blogs 11th Aug 18 at 4:21 PM
    Hi all looking for some old style, frugal and debt busting UK blogs, anyone no anywhere besides here, need to save money fast.
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    • Linda32
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    Hi, you would be as well to expand on your post here. There are plenty of knowledgeable people who will be able to help and offer advice.
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    • 11th Aug 18, 8:00 PM
    I read a few blogs....I love vintage vixen all about vintage clothes with a bit of thrift lovely sounding lady who writes in such an upbeat and cheerful way I love it ...also like bits from tracing rainbows I tend to skip the majority of the religious bits...hard up hester afloat who I think is on here lovely sounding lady with again a fab writing style some bits of thrift and other life experiences ...frugal homemade home is fab a lady with a big family who includes a lot of thrift....devon dreaming not a lot of thrift but lots of lovely food/flowers and devon its fab

    a couple of the patronizing/moany/holier than thou have disappeared thank goodness oh and of course life after money by iona shes brilliant xx
    on the brink...
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    • By fibonarchie 11th Aug 18, 8:13 PM
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    My favourite blog is this one. Not UK, but relevant for any country, I would think

    https://down---to---earth.blogspot.com/
    "If you run into a difficult person in the morning, you ran into an difficult person. If you run into difficult people all day.. you're the difficult person."

    cleaned up version of Raylan Givens quote, Justified
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