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If you follow this blog regularly then you will know that we have just had a massive change in this household… my baby boy has started school. The week so far has been a blur of picking up, dropping off and trying to be organised and failing miserably.
What does this have to do with being thrifty I hear you ask? Well I was shocked about how much all of the school uniform was going to cost us and I was feeling annoyed that there was no option other than to pay the silly prices that they were asking for. That was until someone told me about the second hand uniform sale that the parents of the school arrange.
I managed to get H two jumpers and they cost me £3.50 each much better than the £12.50 each that they were going to cost me if I brought them new. I also got him a few pairs of school trousers and a couple of shirts for a fraction of the price that they would have cost me. Everything was in great condition and hardly even looked worn. So as you can probably guess I was one happy mummy.
Thrifty Thursday is a place to share your thrifty posts. It doesn’t matter if they are old or new and can be about anything to do with saving money and being thrifty. Whether it be a post on saving money on your food shop or your latest thrifty find link it up, I’d love to see it.
The Boring Rules Bit…
- Add a link to your thrifty post with the linky tool below, you can steal the badge for your post too if you like (sorry no fancy codes though, I will work it out one day)
- Leave a comment below to let me know that you have joined in, you can also add your Twitter name too if you like.
- Try and check out as many other posts in the linky as you can and leave them some comment love.
- You can tweet about it with the hashtag #ThriftyThursday. You can also tweet me @Gina_Caro to let me know that you have joined in. (This one is optional).