In my blog this week
My five hens. My week. Allotment update. Week 15 of the Christmas Countdown Challenge. The Weekly thing you can do to save money. A Thanks for signing up for my Newsletter. Links to FREE debt management agencies if you need debt management advice. And finally, the Disclaimer.
My five hens
It is Easter, and thanks to my chickens, my breakfast will be boiled eggs and toast. Thank you, girls.
Happy Easter everyone, I hope you have a wonderful day. I am looking forward to having Hot Cross Buns for lunch and a vegetarian roast for dinner.
I am waiting to see if the Beetroot seedlings that I planted last week pop through the compost and grow. Just in case I have dug over part of the allotment, and a bed is now ready for the Beetroot.
As you know, I am not a professional gardener. But I am just hoping that my updates will inspire you to grow your food and help save the planet. If you need professional gardening advice, try finding a local gardening expert and see if they can help you.
Week 15 of the Christmas Countdown Challenge
It is week 15 of the Christmas Countdown Challenge. There are 37 weeks before Christmas. If you saved £20.00 this week, you have already saved £300.00, it’s really building up now!
The weekly thing you can do to save money
If you can, make sure you pay your credit card bill on time. Setting up direct debits for your credit card payment(s) may save you money. If you are having problems making payments, contact a FREE debt management agency for advice, the links are below.
If you have signed up for my Newsletter, please claim your free one-off 30-minute Newsletter Chat with me as a Thank You for signing up.
Below are a few links you might find helpful if you need financial advice
If you need financial advice, here are some links you might find beneficial: Step Change Citizens Advice, Money Advice Service, Christians Against Poverty (CAP), National Debt Line, Shelter, Turn2us,
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