We have been home for 2 weeks now and life just seems to have been an endless whirl. I feel as though my feet have barely touched the ground. The whirl culminated yesterday with taking Miss O and Izz to a friend’s birthday party, then we headed off to a picnic for a belated celebration of Belle’s 30th birthday and finally dinner with our neighbours. These were all enjoyable but now it is time to stop and take stock.
There are jobs to do at home which have been neglected so now is the time to get organised. The everyday stuff that keep the wheels running smoothly – making sure the washing and ironing is all up to date, menus planned so that we have meals ready for when we arrive home from work, gardens prepared for summer vegetable growing and so on. My sewing and other creative pursuits are waiting for me and I am itching to get back to them.
I also read this post from Frugal Queen and I am definitely joining in *STOPTOBER* While I am not sure that I can spend NOTHING for the whole month I intend to spend the absolute minimum, stop and think before I spend and generally make do with what we have. To keep me accountable I will post each day about my success (or otherwise) of not spending and keep a tally of how much I spend and what I buy.
I am really looking forward to this challenge and sharing with you. Please consider joining in (you can make your own rules) and let me know how you go.