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Snowflakes, party and other stuff

February 28th, 2013 at 02:40 am

It's almost March and I haven't found any snowflakes yet. I have decided that whenever I save money shopping - either from my colleague discount or coupons - I will add that to my credit cards. Not too sure whether to start with the card with the highest balance or the one with the highest interest rate. What do you guys think?

I bought invites, thank you cards and bags for SG's party. Invites and cards were 1 each for a pack of 6. I need to buy more thank you cards in. Bags were 55p each, bought two lots. I've also bought baby fruit bars and milk buttons. Wrote invites out this morning, will send them later today. I already have a pack of stamps so don't need to buy more.

I checked my email yesterday and there was an email from chef Nick Nairn about food waste. There was a link to one of his recipes to prevent food waste. Here it is: http://landing.greenerscotland.org/foodwaste-nick-nairn?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=6683+Nick+nairn+Malay+Curry+recipe&utm_content=6683+Nick+nairn+Malay+Curry+recipe+CID_89f4180cd3c274969e90024e9c78800e&utm_source=Email%20marketing%20software&utm_term=my%20delicious%20and%20easy%20Monday%20Malay%20Curry

Not too sure if the link will work but it's called Monday Malay Curry.

3 Responses to “Snowflakes, party and other stuff”

  1. creditcardfree Says:

    Good plan. I would start with the lowest balance. You'll get that one paid off sooner!

  2. ceejay74 Says:

    Either the lowest balance (to see progress faster) or the highest interest rate (to save a bit on paying interest). Good luck!

  3. snafu Says:

    Using figures in your sidebar...I'd focus [saving/discount] snowflake sums at the 1672. balance to get it gone! It's such a huge psychological boost to see yourself Done! Each time you forgo a purchase you are moving one step closer to that day. Would you consider making your own Thank you cards copied from an on-line site to add to those already purchased? It's fun to do, you only make as many as you need and they needn't be matched since they go to different people. Add that 'cost avoidance' to your snowflake project.

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