Friday, 21 October 2022

Coffee chat with money saving tips.

Hello. Here's one just out of the oven. It's late so I'll whack it on before I go upstairs. 
Catch ya tomorrow. Toodle pip.   ilona

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  1. Greetings from Australia, your blue top looks lovely and warm, the kids here call those tops a hoody, I am enjoying seeing what Gloria and Mayze are doing,they would be great at no. 10, following all the mess of uk politics, ours here in Aus isnt much better, thank you for your lovely pictures of Caistor, my pop was born there, I never met him so nice to see a bit of where he came from(makes me half pom and half Aussie), lovely that you met up with some walkers with same interests as you, I like to read a bit, my current book is by Douglas Rushkoff, have you heard of him, interesting book called survival of ......the........................r.....ichest, raining here to at the moment so off to read,cheers from Australia and Elizabeth Creek Cottage.

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    1. Hello elizabeth. Nice to hear from you. Thank you for the book recommendation. I will look it up.

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  2. Lovely video you wonderful person

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  3. Living a frugal and sustainable life is commendable but try not to be so condescending to others.
    If you really want to save money have you ever considered growing some vegetables and cooking your own food .


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    1. It's you that is condescending. There are umpteen posts about my vegetable growing, cooking and eating my own vegetables on this blog. Get your facts right before spouting off.

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  4. All good advice, as usual. I will try your tip about diluting the bath lotion I was given and using it for cleaning. (I hope the smell is diluted, too).

    Mayze looks very comfortable!

    Amanda, Sussex

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    1. My nephew gave me a bottle of horrible smelling bubble bath once. Cheap and nasty without a label, from the market. Goodness knows what was in it. Couldn't imaging lying in it. Diluted, good for wiping down surfaces. The smell evaporated once it had dried.

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  5. I wear the same boys pants as you Ilona - I purchased the 15 -16 yrs and 13 yrs - which are a little snug but gradually wearing in -Also I bought a hoodie which warms me instantly x

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    1. Practical clothing is what I like at my age. None of the fancy frillies. It's amazing how much warmer a hoodie is.

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