In my blog this week…
My week. My five hens. Allotment update. Week 8 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 the Disclaimer.
The last week has been pretty hectic. The Smart meter seems to have found its feet, thank goodness, so now at least I know how much to budget for in the priority bills section of my budget. I have also decided to concentrate on my self-development, so I’ve joined a workshop.
My five hens
I managed to secure the chicken coop against storm Eunice. During the storm, the hens took the whole thing in their stride and sheltered under the coop (which is on stilts), and now and then, they popped out to scratch around for food.
I haven’t been over this week because of the storm, and even today, the weather is still windy, but I will pop over the allotment as soon as the weather subsides.
As you know, I’m not a professional gardener. But I’m just hoping that my updates will inspire people to grow their 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 8 of the Christmas Countdown Challenge
It’s week 8 of the Christmas Countdown Challenge. If you saved £20.00 this week, you have already saved £160.00
As we all know, life happens, so if you can’t save every week, then don’t worry, start again next week.
The weekly thing you can do to save money
Treat supermarket ‘points’ as real money, cash in all your coupons, claim all the double points available.
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