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Ever wonder how much your boyfriends, girlfriends or co-workers pay each weekend? Well, we got them in to find out more about how they think about making good and what they've learned when they've looked so closely at their outgoings. We met with Tony in this issue to see what his finance weeks look like.
Could you tell us a little about your finances and what affects your daily expenses? So we had to be careful with our expenses, and I watched every last cent closely. All our children still have their homes, but they are old enough to be able to afford themselves now (although that doesn't stop them from buying all the meals we eat).
Though I can afford to have a little more time in everyday life now, many of the monetary customs I have adopted in hard economic periods have remained with me. I' m still pretty careful with my cash because I never want to go back to that job. What do you think you spent every weekend (without bills)?
Always I have an imagination of what is in the bench, and I observe this overall number closely. I probably pay the most every weekend for my meals. I don't have a tendency to pay a lot of dough when I work. And I seldom go to the same place, so I never know what kind of meal there will be.
Some years ago I often left the home and didn't carry any cash at all. but I always have some small cash. An extra working night means an extra night, not a night. We have a busy home, but the meal is a thing we all get together for.
This is a little beyond my first estimate, but I'm not too concerned because I don't like to buy clothing every single day. It is actually quite comforting not to be overwhelmed with regrets about the use of cash. Do you have any thoughts on the weeks? Remembering what I purchased over the course of the weekend really made me remember how different things are in my lives now that I'm out of the other end of my debts problem.