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Old Sep 23rd, 2017, 10:50 AM   1
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I am saving up to take DS on a once of a life trip in 3 years time to america Disneyland florida. This will be in Oct/Nov 2020 or maybe even 2021.

I am TRYING to save £150 a month so will have £5400 ish So far i have saved
Aug-150
Sep 150=£300

Anyone else saving for something, wedding, holiday, car etc? Wanna join me on my journey?

Its really hard saving BUT hopefully will be worth it in long run.

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Old Sep 25th, 2017, 06:23 AM   2
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Disney is on my list and a new kitchen but we've just moved in so first that ...



 
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Old Sep 25th, 2017, 06:57 AM   3
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Christmas lol saving 1300 a month for the next 3 months then i am sure there will be something else im thinking of booking a holiday for April so perhaps that



 
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Old Sep 25th, 2017, 06:57 AM   4
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Saving for a house extension!! Bigger kitchen, playroom, utility room and another bedroom



 
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Old Sep 25th, 2017, 10:49 AM   5
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we save £400 a month for a house deposit! nothing else just now because we also have loads of debt to pay off



 
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Old Sep 25th, 2017, 14:07 PM   6
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We always save a bit towards our annual sun holiday every June, hoping to go to Portugal next year.
We also save towards Emily's college fund, its quite expensive here in Ireland so we started saving when she was in pre-school, not much really, could do with increasing it.
I have a separate savings account myself from when I was single, my lovely Nanny left me some money in her will & I've kept it, for nothing in particular, just a rainy day fund I suppose.



 
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Old Sep 25th, 2017, 15:53 PM   7
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Saving to go to disney in 2 years for my 30th �� About £60 a month but have been saving for a while so will be about £2500 when we need it (only going to paris so not as expensive as florida!)

Other than that we've just bought a house so need to start saving for a new kitchen and bathroom. Just paid for new boiler, radiators, carpets and windows though so it's going to be a while!



 
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Old Sep 26th, 2017, 04:44 AM   8
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Ive got no savings at all right now. Over the last few years I've dipped into savings for things we haven't really needed and now ended up with nothing!
At the moment I'm saving for Christmas, just a couple of hundred a month and buying stuff as I see it now. After Christmas I want to save hard for our first family holiday abroad, OH has never been abroad and it'll be the boys first time too. I miss sunny holidays but OH isn't a big sun lover. We'll hopefully go November time near OH birthday, somewhere warm at that time of year, not sure where.



 
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Old Sep 26th, 2017, 17:24 PM   9
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I'm hoping to get my bathroom re-done followed by my hallway redecorated and a new front door. I feel like we never get anywhere with savings though, something always comes up



 
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Old Sep 27th, 2017, 02:23 AM   10
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Yep not such a pleasant one but for a very worthwhile cause we are passionate about. Need to save for legal fees, sounds like we’d need about £5,000 just for the solicitor. Our parents offered to pay for us, but that’s so so much that I’d rather borrow and re pay. Thinking of asking them if we can spread this over 12 months or so. After that we’ll possibly want to save up for private medical advice, and after that pay towards braces for my teeth. All worthwhile though



 
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