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Mo Money 52 week money challenge: Breaking the rules again, and taking CHANGE in week 18...£18 in the pot..sort of. What to spend on!!

52 week money challenge

I'm being more efficient with the whole picture thing. I'm trying out a collage app on my phone since really it's kinda of boring just going through the whole process with a stack of same old boring pictures.

Anyway the drama is another twenty quid (pounds sterling note) in the pot which meant I needed two quid (pound sterling) change.

The picture should support that process. The first on the upper left hand side is my twenty, then twenty and the money pot err... a bit of a mistake in ordering so the lower left hand side has the change and my twenty pounds then I put the twenty pounds in the pot. Confused? Confusing? Probably, you can see I had this bright idea on the spot. Next time I'll plan the pictures better.

 What to spend on!!

I'm thinking of getting a new tumble dryer. The old broke so I'm more or less going down the laundrette/ laundromat (US), and drying my clothes there. it's not that expensive, but it would be nice to have one. Who knows  if I continue I might be about to get a posh one...That is only if I continue because I'm starting to feel the pinch and also the annoyance of not having the right change. Plan? Yeah, but I don't have the time.

I could also maybe get a subscription for photoshop as I do my own book covers...or blow the lot (if I finish on my DREAM BAG a Smythson handbag - I've been eyeing them up for about seven years...

So let's look at my choices if I finish

  • A high-end tumble dryer
  • Subscription to Adobe and Vellum publishing - maybe a bit of editorial costs
  • A Smythson's handbag 
  • Savings for a rainy day....
Sounds good but we'll see.


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