The Credit Crunch

Hey @juan_p 

And all you lovely giffgaffers.

A very good mornings

Just a few thoughts I had when I woke up from a crazy dream lol 

And went for a strong cup of tea 

Me has been thinking about the old credit crunch and saving a few bob .

I think it is very wise to shop around & make lots of savings through sites like topcashback quidco confused & moneysupermarket .

And also amazon and compare & do a lot more bargain hunting whether it is car & house insurance utilities the old household appliances computers

Or really anything at all that takes your fancy 

I think swapping brands and going to the large discounters like lidl aldi and

farmfoods can save you an absolute

fortune.

And as my old mother always used to say lol 

Shop around lol

Seriously taking time to shop around is the Key I feel .

Also on the subject of eats and the old takeaways and KFC burger king mcdonalds and the likes lol

Which I know we all love

Why not make your own more as you will have a better diet feel betters & save bags of money .

I think as well avoiding microwave meals from time to time & cooking from scratch with all those gorgeous meats fish and fresh products again will be so much healthier & hell save you stacks of money .

Seriously a lot of us are so much in a rush that be making Time & Bargain hunting can save us an arm and a leg my friends 

Hope you all have a great day guys

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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