Well that went remarkably well

All of my refunds were authorised. (Whoop, whoop)

I also dropped all those clothes and china etc to the charity shop, plus a further nine items. I dont have my book handy at the moment but based on a plan of 3 per day I think I am about in March by now.

I have another £10 amazon vouchers in its way from my postal survey.

I bought cat food online and 50% of the cost

I also bought my son a halogen heater for his flat which should keep him warm without breaking the bank, for the next three months. Because I waited until after Christmas before ordering as he was home with us, it had a brilliant discount of £18 leaving me only £13 to pay! Which is about what he pays for gas each week at th moment

I  think I might be starting to feel better :)

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  1. Well look at you go, I am trying to catch up!

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    1. Ha ha, I think we know you get through about double my work load Kim!

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  2. My reaction as well - way to go Lizzie. Most of our op shops are still closed but once they open they will be inundated with loads of stuff from our garage. I decided not to take note of amounts but just go with the flow and enjoy the thrill of seeing it out the door.
    You've done really well - to paraphrase young Mr Grace

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    1. I am enjoying it so much because what is left is thngs I realy love, so all the things around my are good things. Ha ha, young Mr Grace, havent heard that for a while!

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  3. A 10 pound Amazon voucher for a survey sounds like a great deal. I've been entering codes on swagbucks.com and I think I've earned a $5 Amazon gift card in 3 months. I'm not trying very hard though.

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    1. Not a proper survey but most days i get one of more letters which i have to log, takes seconds, and a beeper thing to return. I think it started in spring and I have had around £100 from them so far. Almost finances my Amazon habit!

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