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Doctors, turkey etc

December 10th, 2014 at 07:28 am

I'm pretty sure I really have no reason to update my blog today but I decided since I had some time, that I would.

I went to the doctors this morning. I've had earache since Friday and today was the first day I could get an appointment. Turns out I'm fine.

After the appointment I went to the butcher's to order our turkey for Christmas Day. I got the smallest turkey crown for 12.00 and also half a pound of streaky bacon. I'm picking it up on the 23rd, it was either that or Christmas Eve and I'm refusing to go anywhere on Christmas Eve. I'll pay for it when I pick it up.

I wrote out a list of what food I'll need over Christmas. When I get paid on Friday I will do an online order and get a few things that I either can't get at Aldi or refuse to get it because it's too heavy.

I wrapped two more of SG's presents today.

I'm feeling a bit optimistic about next year's financial goals. I'm out of the habit of tracking snowflakes, if I remember I used to track any extra money, under budget and now probably SBs. I'm not sure if I ever get any Amazon gift cards if I should track it when I get it, or wait until I use it and it's officially been used so is a snowflake, if you know what I mean? That really doesn't make sense. For example, if I redeemed a gift card now but didn't use until March say for SG's birthday, would I just count it then?

Goals

December 3rd, 2014 at 07:15 am

I've been thinking about this year's goals, if I accomplished them, and next year's. I decided on minimal goals at the start of this year when I was recovering from surgery, and off sick from work. They were:

1. start a housing fund: FAIL
2. CC1 min. payment top 25: unsure - I transferred it to a 0% card and now min. payment is 25 but it wasn't all down to me
3. earn enough SBs to claim £25AGC: DONE- i might not have done this if I hadn't been off sick**

Next year I would like to:

1. increase EF to 280/300
2. decrease CC2 by x. amount (haven't decided figures yet)
3. cash only Christmas using vouchers plus extra cash savings
4. not order from my catalogue (exception being using rewards, but only up to that value. If I don't use them I lose them)

These aren't set in stone yet but this is roughly what I'm thinking.

** From 17/12/13 - 21/5/14 (roughly) I worked eight shifts. I was off sick for about 18 weeks then I finished up on maternity leave/

It's freezing!

November 10th, 2014 at 12:36 pm

I went shopping today, spent 6.83 at Aldi on fruit, bread and some meat. It was freezing. I had my warm jacket on but I was cold waiting on the bus. Hat, scarf and gloves next time I think.

I sorted out some of J's clothes today that we were given. It didn't take too long and now there's more space in SG's room. I also tried some of the clothes on him while I was doing it. It's so nice to have a willing model; SG is a different story.

I paid 30 to the new credit card yesterday. It will take a few days to update though.

I'm starting to think about next year's goals.

This & That

November 6th, 2014 at 01:12 pm

I made sausage casserole in the slow cooker today. It's all gone now, and so are almost all of our dishes (the slow cooker is still waiting but will be done tomorrow)

I'm using a ham hough for the first time in lentil soup tomorrow. So I guess it's really lentil and ham soup. I had to search for a recipe because I've never used it before; I only bought it because it was so cheap. Actually, it was hubby who bought it because he couldn't find a pork shoulder joint.

On Saturday I'm making a tortilla bake. I would normally only make one using the Old El Paso kits - a box with tortillas, sauce and seasoning, you just need to add mince, peppers and cheese I think - but I ordered a lot of tortillas from Approved Foods and they're sitting in my freezer waiting to be used.

I watched a Christmas cooking show on the Food Network. They made a mixed berry cheesecake and it looked amazing. I've decided to make that for Boxing Day.

Tomorrow after work I've asked hubby to buy a new pack of blank cards and envelopes. We agreed that SG will make a card for MIL even though they still aren't talking. I'll also include a few professional pics from J's newborn shoot that have been sitting here for months. We were supposed to give them to her ages ago but they fell out. I want the card made this weekend so I can send it second class on Monday.

I've been thinking about my goals for this year. One of them was to get CC1's minimum payment to 25. Well that's the minimum payment for my new card. Does that count? I don't feel as though I've earned the right to cross that goal off my list because all I did was do a balance transfer.

An Update

May 21st, 2014 at 11:30 pm

Baby #2 due in five weeks. I have an appointment to see the midwife today. Next week I've got three appointments at the hospital, although two of them are scans.

I borrowed thirty pounds from my mum. Payday is over a week away and I had less than five pounds in my account. I'm consoling myself with the fact that it was only thirty pounds, and not more.

I finished up at work yesterday. I'm taking holidays first then starting my maternity leave.

I found out that we have been overpaying our rent. It's my fault because I didn't understand the benefit letter that we got so I just kept paying the same amount. I really should have phoned them then but I didn't. The woman I spoke to said we could have a refund, or the council will just take our rent balance each month off the amount. I agreed to the latter then thought should I have re-considered? I will need to phone them soon anyway when my maternity pay starts because my circumstances have changed.

I want to start doing two things now that I've finished up at work: decluttering and freezing meals for when baby is here. Although I want to get a lot done I'm going to take things slowly. I can see myself writing lists, with small tasks to complete each day. I know for sure that I don't want to spend all day sorting out clutter because I can't manage to do that, so maybe a set amount of time each day? We'll see.

A Nice Surprise

February 28th, 2014 at 04:46 am

This morning I checked my bank account and was pleased to see that I had a bonus from work. I knew that today was the day that bonus was given, I just assumed that I wouldn't get one because of being off sick. Well I got 180. I sent 100 to Capital One (cc1) and paid off the rest of hubby's BNPL item (33) I might just order some food shopping for delivery online and that will be it.

Hubby thought I should put it to CC2 but I told him I was determined to get cc1 down since it's the lower balance. It makes me feel better. When I get rid of it, hubby wants me to use it for food shopping and then pay in full to help my credit rating.

I like the idea of saving the interest "saved" from paying off the BNPL item. Do you think it's silly to set up a transfer of 1/wk to my EF? (if my bank will let me, that is)

Meal planning, using up leftovers and whats the cost

February 23rd, 2014 at 05:39 am

I've been clearing out the fridge today. I made tuna fish cakes for SG from leftover tuna mayonnaise and leftover potatoes. I put two in the freezer to use another time, so I hope she likes them, I adapted the recipe to what I had. If SG doesn't like them, then we will have them. For lunch I will use up some more cooked potato and have a sandwich with that. When hubby comes home from work, he will have the last of the chinese from last night. There's also two baguettes that MIL gave us that I might try turning into garlic bread then freeze that.

I've got a lot of potatoes and sweet potatoes that need using up. I'm going to parboil some of them today then put into a container in the fridge to be used for wedges or mashed potato. After that I will make the tomato and mozzarella pasta that I was meant to make a few days ago. There will be leftovers so we will probably have that for lunch tomorrow.

I've got a rough idea of what I'm going to make this week:

- tomato and mozzarella pasta
- cottage pie
- pizza with pepperoni, leftover mozzarella and peppers (forgot I had a pizza base mix from a while ago)
- corned beef hash

I was playing about on Whats the cost this morning. If I am able to pay 100 to CC1 every month I will have it clear by the end of April 2015. Then, if I pay 180 to CC2 that will be gone by June 2018. Of course, it sounds great in theory but I will try my best to put it into practice.

I also want to make sure that we have some sort of an EF because that's what caused a lot of the credit card debt in the first place - that and unnecessary spending . Part of me wants to save 10/fortnight rather than every four weeks but I don't know if I have the room in the budget for it just now. It does work out as only ten pounds extra every pay period.

Update #2

February 21st, 2014 at 11:36 am

Do I really need to post twice in one day? Well, no not really. However, I do actually have some more financial news.

I opened hubby's catalogue statement earlier and noticed that in April a new BNPL item will be added to his bill if he doesn't pay it off. Ok so I know that he has a lot of BNPL items so this isn't news; what bothers me is how little it is: £39. His statement basically said you can pay this amount OR pay an additional £41.65 in interest and have it added on to your minimum payment. Let me think about that... no way! I'm sure we can come up with the money by April. I'm not sure if DH will be as bothered as me by it - probably not - but I'd like it to be gone. After paying off two BNPL items last year I'd like to at least know that I paid off *something* albeit it's only 39. Hmm I'm going to check the calendar - how many weeks until 4/4?

My other news is that, for the first time ever, I have made my daily SBs goal for three weeks in a row. One more week to go.

Life. And a rough draft of goals.

February 13th, 2014 at 03:15 am

First of all, thank you for all of the birthday wishes. I had a lazy day. Hubby got me a new phone from the catalogue - which I wasn't happy about - but it was a nice thought. I made sure he is at least paying it up now and I think he used his rewards towards it too. I'm now totally against putting anything on Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) Or, should I say, anything else that is. There are a few things I wanted to get paid off this year but that isn't going to happen so I've accepted that; I just want to make sure that we don't make things worse for ourselves in the future by constantly paying for past purchases.

My mum and friend came over yesterday with presents. Also, BIL gave me thirty pounds which I transferred to savings - and made a mental note to spend the same on his birthday. I'm hoping that I won't need it.

I had an appointment with the consultant on Tuesday. He thinks my bladder problems are long-term. He said catheter needs to come out because it's been in too long. His solution? I do it myself. I will need to get another sick line from the doctor.

We were talking about goals last night. Hubby mentioned that we need to get a carpet for our room and we need blinds etc. We agreed that we need to save up for these things. We didn't agree or an amount or when to have it saved by though. The money will go into my savings account rather than keeping it separate since I am allowed to save over 5k per tax year tax-free (which has never happened) I'll just keep track of it in my notebook.

I complained to hubby that CC1's balance is barely moving, the balance only went down by under thirty pounds. Right now, my minimum payment is 44. I'll aim for getting it to 25 by December.

So, as a summary, my rough goals are:
1. start a housing fund
2. cc1 min. payment to 25

Thoughts? Anything else I should consider?

Catching Up

November 6th, 2013 at 11:27 pm

It's been six days since my last post. I've found myself making a few impulsive purchases after work, mainly on reduced items. Apart from that, I have been trying my best to rein in spending.

My credit card statement updated so I made a payment. My minimum payment is now 68.54... so close to my goal of 60 for this year. I hate the fact that it's so close, yet so far.

I didn't meal plan this week, we've just been eating what's on hand. Surprisingly, our cupboards are still quite full. Although hubby did say that we really need to get more paprika in. It's one of our favourites to use when making wedges.

Now for the news... We found out last week that we're expecting baby number two. I tried to get a doctor's appointment on my last day off (Monday) but had no luck, so I will be trying again today. We haven't told anyone yet, although we will be telling our parents soon.

Thinking

October 3rd, 2013 at 12:16 pm

It's two weeks until payday tomorrow. I get paid every four weeks. Is it possible to go six weeks with minimal spending/no spending? I've done a No Spend Month before, but we were in a different situation then: it was just the two of us and we were living at MIL's.

Speaking of MIL, it's her birthday next month. Wonder if I can get a "free" gift for her?

I spent just over six pounds today, bought a 2.5kg bag of potatoes, a pack of yoghurts for SG, 4 pints of milk and a loaf of bread.

One goal completed

August 23rd, 2013 at 11:33 am

I paid off the rest of the fridge freezer today so no interest will be added and my minimum payment won't increase. I've got a few other Buy Now Pay Later items that need to be paid off next year, so I will make that one of my goals for next year.

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.

2013 Goals - Rough Draft

December 7th, 2012 at 08:33 am

Basic Goals:

[] Pay off fridge freezer by September 2013 (259)
[] CC1 min. payment to 60
[] CC2 min. payment to 60
[] Snowflake towards debt - and track snowflakes

Would-love-to-achieve:

[] Savings to (at least) 200
[] CC1 min. payment to 30
[] CC2 min. payment to 30

Right now, both CC min. payments are close to 90.

If I don't pay off fridge freezer by September I will be charged interest.

I need to think of ways in which I can get "snowflakes" to put towards debt.

My dream world would be to cut my CC debt in half but that isn't realistic - not in one year anyway.




Thinking about 2013 Goals

December 2nd, 2012 at 04:23 am

I can't remember what goals I made for this year - and then had to abandon - but I've been thinking about next year's goals. They have to be realistic. Yes I want to get rid of my credit card debt but it's unrealistic for me to think that I can get rid of half of my CC debt in a year. Especially since I have used it more than I would have liked since we moved into our own place. I spoke to DH and he suggested that I just aim to get my minimum payments down, instead of focusing on the entire balance. Obviously I won't pay the new lower payment when I (hopefully) achieve the goal, I'll pay as much as I can. Actually I think I will find a notebook to keep track of extra money towards debt repayments in 2013. It would be nice to total it up at the end of the year.

This year I was on maternity leave for ten months, in fact I go back to work in two weeks. Next year I will not be on maternity leave so money should be better.

My car has to go next year. It's making a noise, I know it will fail its MOT in February since it hasn't passed yet. I don't have savings to pay for it, or enough on my CCs so it has to go. Me and DH can share a monthly bus pass until I get a new car. We should have at least 150 extra each month when it goes. I know it will be a pain getting public transport, but it makes the most sense to me. I think I will have to scrap it since there has been so much wrong with it, it's not right to try and sell it to someone.

End of the Month

January 31st, 2012 at 12:17 pm

It's the end of January and I didn't make any goals. Things will be different next month though. In February I'm going to aim to: pack my hospital bag, but in any last minute baby items and take some time to relax. I know none of these goals are financial.

I only have a couple more weeks left to work then I finish up for two weeks holiday then my maternity leave starts. I can't wait, I'm always tired after working all day so it will be nice to get some rest.

The baby fund is almost gone. We've got a lot to show for it though. Our list is done to about half a dozen items now e.g. sheets for moses basket, cot blankets and teats. We need to get formula too.

I've got a hospital appointment this week and I'm seeing the midwife. I have a feeling that when I finish work my time will be taken up with seeing the midwife every few weeks until baby's here.

2012 Goals

January 1st, 2012 at 07:23 am

Happy New Year everyone!

I've spent a while thinking about my goals for this year. I've tried to make them realistic. After all, we will have a baby to look after this year and I will be on maternity leave for most of the year.


2012 Goals:
[] Reduce CC2 by half
[] Reduce CC1 by half
[] Car fund to 100
[] EF to 100
[] Savings to 700

I have withdrawn the money from savings to buy the pram. We will be buying it soon. So it will be nice to get our savings back up. However, I'd also love to get rid of most of my credit card debt.

Halfway through October

October 16th, 2011 at 12:02 pm

Well so far I've managed to achieve one of my goals for this month: tell friends about baby. I told my close friends and work colleagues on the same day. That night I updated my FB status to let everyone else know. The news went down well.

My mum has been desperate to buy baby things since I told her the news. Well, this week I gave her the go ahead. She's going to go the shopping centre this week and pick up a few things. I wrote her a small list of essential items that she can pick up if she wants to - scratch mitts, sleepsuits, muslin squares. She is desperate to buy some bigger items too, but I'm trying to get her to shop around and compare prices first.

A colleague of mine has offered me a few items that she no longer needs for her grandson.

I took some time yesterday to price cots and prams online. I didn't realise how expensive they are. We'll be saving up some money first before we buy anything.

Husband will FINALLY be clear of his debt to MIL when we get on Friday. Woohoo!! Next month the money he would have given her will either be divided between savings and credit cards, or will all be put into savings. We need to decide exactly what we're doing.

I looked into my maternity leave at work. I'm entitled to one year off. For the first six weeks I will get 90% of my average earnings. Statutory Maternity Pay for weeks 7-39. The last 12 weeks are unpaid. I think I will take nine months off, as I doubt we could afford three months of me not having any pay.

In other news, I haven't used either one of my credit cards Smile

September Goals

September 4th, 2011 at 11:13 am

Well I made it through August so I'd better make some goals for this month now. They are:

[] Start baby fund
[] Cook one family meal

I've been really bad, I still haven't said to my friends. In fact, one of my friends text me and I haven't had the nerve to get back in touch with her yet. She doesn't even know we've moved into my mum's so I know that will lead to questions.

I want to make lasagne this month. It's been so long since I've cooked. Apart from feeling sick on Saturday, I've basically been okay so I think cooking is feasible. Plus, I'll actually have space in the kitchen to do it.

A new decision

August 18th, 2011 at 12:49 pm

Hubby and I spoke again today about our situation. We've reached a new decision: if we're not out by Christmas we're going to my mum's. Hubby wants us to try to save to buy our own place. The only way to do that is to get on the LIFT(Lothian Initiative for First-Time buyers) scheme, and that fell through the last time. Also, it's really popular now, and it would take us ages to save up the money needed.

There's no way we can afford to buy, but at least we've made a decision. I guess if we don't get accepted for the scheme the money can be used for renting a place.

Almost there

July 16th, 2011 at 11:10 pm

I checked my bank balance and noticed that a payment had came out earlier, so I actually had some money spare. I added 15 to my moving out fund. Only 5.85 to find now!

July Goals

July 1st, 2011 at 11:49 pm

1) Get savings to 500 by 28th July. To do this I only need to add 20.85. Small savings compared to last month. However, this month I know I have a cinema trip and I've actually budgeted for "fun" so we'll see how I do. The reason for aiming for 28th July? I get paid again on the 29th.

2) Read my new book. I just ordered myself a book from play out of my "fun" money.

3) Find Hajime no ippo book for hubby/Start ordering Naruto books for his birthday if I have no luck

Last day of a No Spend Month (long)

June 30th, 2011 at 08:43 am

It's the the last day of June and I haven't spent a penny Smile I think that my NSM has been a success, despite a few setbacks - namely my windscreen and breakdown cover.

Here's what I spent this month:

35.78 Beginning balance
- 2.78 (savings transfer)
+ 781.76 (wages)
- 13.00 (dental plan)
- 25.00 (savings transfer)
- 160.00 ("rent")
- 300.00 (hubby)
- 65.00 (credit card 2)
- 41.00 (credit card 1)
- 56.00 (catalogue)
- 70 (cash withdrawal)
- 20.00 (cash withdrawal)
+ 300.00 (cash credit - hubby)
- 2.40 (ASDA)
- 4.50 (candles)
- 45.00 (dentist)
- 70.00 (windscreen replacement)
- 50.00 (DH debt to MIL)
- 16.76 (AA)
+ 105.00 (cash credit)
- 90.75 (6 month road tax)ras
- 50.00 (savings transfer)
- 22.31 (phone bill)
+ 45.00 (dentist reimbursement)
- 98.42 (car insurance)
- 18.90 (Harry Potter tickets)
- 16.68 (AA)
+ 20.00 (money from mum for tickets)
- 49.04 (savings transfer)
= 0.00

Extra transferred to savings = 101.82


Cash envelope balances:

petrol 50 beg/29 remaining
packed lunch 10/3.40
snacks 10/2.24
= 35.36 spent/ 34.64 remaining

I decided to add everything saved apart from small change (5p, 2p and 1p) I added 20 to my car fund and 14.40 to my emergency fund. I put the small change into my money bags which I'll take to the bank soon and add to savings.

All in all, I've done better than I thought I would.If my windscreen didn't need replaced I would have saved 70 more, but that's life. Now all I need to do is think of my July goals.

Day 4

June 4th, 2011 at 01:43 pm

It's been an uneventful weekend. Last night we watched The Money Pit. It was my first time watching it. It was a dvd that I'd put on our Love Film list. I never would have put Tom Hanks and Shelly Long together. I enjoyed it.

Today I went to my mum's for a few hours. When I came back we tidied our room. Then we watched Cougar Town. We still have the new episode of Bones to watch, that probably won't be until tomorrow now.

Tomorrow I'm working till 5. I'm planning on withdrawing money to put into my cash envelopes before I start (70) I'm going to try my best not to buy anything to take to work. I have a multipack of mini cheddars, cereal bars and portions of raisins to take with me. I usually buy portions of fruit but there's a full fruit bowl so I will be making the most of that.

Countdown to a No Spend Month

May 30th, 2011 at 02:46 pm

Well, this No Spend Month is actually happening. TarWalker is partially joining me. She is aiming to save $150, I haven't actually thought of how much I'd like to save. It will be good to see how June turns out.

For this No Spend Month I will:

1)only purchase necessary items
2)withdraw cash for variable expenses which are already budgeted for - once it's gone, it's gone

Variable expenses: petrol (50), packed lunch (10) and snacks for room (10) I've got a stack of envelopes waiting to be used.

Right now I'm thinking that all money saved will go towards savings.

May was a busy month, we had a wedding and a party. I overspent at the party. June will not be the same. However, I did manage to start both my EF and car fund.

I only have one goal for June: complete a No Spend Month.

They're started!

May 25th, 2011 at 11:02 am

My emergency fund and car fund, that is. I took TarWalker's advice - thanks! -and started small. Before I left for work this morning I put 1 into an envelope for my emergency fund and done the same for my car fund. After work hubby's mum phoned and asked me to pick up bread. She gave me the money when I came in. I put the small change into money bags that I take to the bank every few months and I put the pound coin into my emergency fund.

Been slacking off

May 23rd, 2011 at 10:54 pm

I admit it: I haven't tracked my finances properly this month. Normally I write down spending on the same day in my notebook but I just haven't. I do know that I will have 50 left over this month but it looks as though I'll have to get a new tyre. I've had to pump my tyre up a few times within the last couple of weeks.

We've been quite busy - party last Saturday and a Wedding the week before that. That'll be me for a while though.

Hubby has spoken to MIL about what he owes her - she disagreed with what he was saying... until he showed her his notebook that he uses to keep track of what he's paid to her. She wanted to keep his notebook. Sorry, no. She copied down the last few payments into her book. By the way, he's at 600 now.

I need to get a filling next month. 45

My mum offered to give me money to put money into savings. I declined and told her to open up her own savings account instead (she doesn't have one)

I got some overtime at work, not as much as last month, but it's still something.

It doesn't look like I'm going to achieve my goals this month. Next month I'll probably just make one goal.

Revised goals

May 7th, 2011 at 01:00 pm

I've spent a lot of time thinking about my goals for this year. Based on advice, I've decided it's best to change them. Here are my new goals:

[] 500 to moving out fund (296 to go)

My original goal of 800 incuded hubby's contribution; this one is based only on my contribution.

[] Reduce CC1 by 70

Balance as of 7th May: 807.59

[] Reduce CC2 by 50

Balance as of 7/5: 2032.98

I know this CC has a huge balance and I have a lower goal amount for it. However, I've been checking previous statements and my balance has only been lowering by as little as 4 monthly!

[] EF to 50 (50 to go)

[] Car Fund to 50 (50 to go)

[] Save for a cash-only Christmas

Unrealistic goals

May 4th, 2011 at 01:32 am

I've decided that my goals for the year are unrealistic. I don't know why I made so many when I haven't made a dent in any of them. I know I won't clear 2k worth of CC debt which is on CC2. It's too late into the year to change my goals, I just better get working on them. I really better get started on the car maintenance fund and EF. If I'd had them in the first place I wouldn't have had to put over 700 on CC1.

Goals for this month are to start car maintenance fund and EF.

Update

April 19th, 2011 at 12:43 pm

I don't usually leave it this long between updates. Oops.

Not that much to report to be honest. I set myself a budget of 10 for snacks etc for my packed lunch. I have just over 2 left and that has to last me until we get paid again (two weeks on Friday).

I worked seven and a half hours extra at the start of the month. I'm working on Saturday (5 hours extra). Hubby's working too so I thought I might as well make some money out of it. Plus, it get's me out of the house.

I'm going to phone the housing association on Thursday. I meant to do it last week but I didn't have the house to myself. People have been telling me that we need to let them know that we're still here; we still want a house.


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