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How do you perceive it? Greed as in stuffing your face silly with food, or financial greed from the Utility Companies, Banks or private enterprise? Bus fares rise because fewer people are using the service. Perhaps fewer people are using … Continue reading
Nothing to do with watching your figure I’m afraid, just watching a different kind of pound disappear (source) Been saying this for years. Prices may stay the same, but the weights don’t. You’re not using more of a product, you … Continue reading
The figures are in for a complete ‘boating year’ and hurrah! We are well in the black. Overall, just over 50% of our joint income went on the essentials,, and 38% on everything else, so we even had a little ‘mad’ money! … Continue reading
A comment on my HDi post has instigated this one, so thank you dear friend for giving my head food for fodder! Up until yesterday, Hubby and I have always had a vehicle each except for a few months when … Continue reading
I’ve referred to our downsizing as trying to get a quart into a thimble, but regardless of where, or how, you live, that dreaded budget and cost of living always raises its ugly head. Usually around this time of year, … Continue reading
Our new home is just under a year old, 41 feet long and a sweet little 6′ 10″ wide, hence the term narrow boat, similar to the one above. The good news is that it is slightly longer than our … Continue reading
According to the radio, the 13th March marks the anniversary of the first ever driving test. Terrific, I thought. That’s worthy of a post. The only problem was I couldn’t find anything about the first test being actually ‘today’, though … Continue reading