Friday, 1 May 2015

What Would You Do With A Spare £100 ?

What would I do with a spare £100 ? the word spare would indicate that the £100 would be all mine!. Oh the things I could myself like a metal watering can , I spied just the watering can at the local garden centre but it was deemed too expensive at £24.99 by Mr T; the very same Mr T who wants an Apple watch. Sharp intake of breath let's not go there shall we ?!

I think I would like to go on a trip to the Harry Potter Studios and stop over , I think this would be a shade over the 100 but a few sacrifices would suffice. It us amazing how frugal you can be when needs be. When we went to Florida the other year we went to Universal so Harry Potter World weaved its magic. Now Mr T and J went on the Harry Potter ride where you are flying on a broomstick. I however have the courage of Ron Weasley and the Cowardly Lion combined , and choose instead to have a swift Butterbeer. Least I was able to walk round Hogwarts without screaming my head off.








My son is approaching his GCSE's and he has his head screwed on when it come stop his revisions and it is myself trying to get him to relax, he has never been a troubled teen no slamming doors or anything really. So going to Harry Potter studios would be a nice treat for us a family as he grew up with the Harry Potter films and it was very much a family staple each  magical Christmas time.


The TSB Plus Account has just turned One ( ps Happy Birthday) the maximum interest you can earn in a year from the Plus Account is £100 AER (5% AER on up to £2000)






I love that 78%  believe things improve with time the adage I apply to myself is that I am like a fine wine that improves over time! Improvement for me is also on a personal level this morning for example I have tacked the garden and baked flapjacks ( and now I am drinking tea after this domesticated surge) You see I have been not only improving myself but also the garden and this will pay dividends twofold.


Disclosure ~ All the words are my own and I have been compensated for this article with a voucher. I however brought the vegetables form a garden centre and didn't grow from seed.

19 comments:

  1. I would save an extra £100 for my son as he is hopefully of to Uni in September. That's a good rate from the TSB account. I know as I have been comparing savings accounts recently and most aren't very good at all.

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  2. The spare £100 would probably go in the pot for a day out somewhere x

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    1. I think it's good to have a treat once in a while x

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  3. £100 would definitely go towards a family treat- maybe an extra night on holiday!

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  4. Ohh I don't know what I would do, perhaps put it towards holiday - that would be good! x

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  5. Not sure about number 5 ;-)

    I'd buy a handbag I think just for me and then my daughter would no doubt borrow it and I'd never see it again xx

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  6. I would use it to go and treat myself to a massage and facial...Dream on

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  7. The £100 would always go on the kids! There's always new shoes ans bigger clothes needed.

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  8. We donated £100 to the DEC appeal for Nepal. I will keep the vouchers for Christmas

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  9. If I got a spare £100 I would add it to our holiday fund as it would mean more to spend on the kids x

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  10. We would have a fabulous day out with the kids.......hoping to do Cardiff this year

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  11. If I had a spare £100 I'd definitely use it for a family day out xx

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  12. I would add it to my decorating fund as we are in the middle of redecorating,

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  13. i never have £100 spare so not thinking about it .. i will only cry

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  14. Def towards a family break somewhere for me!

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  15. I would put it towards a family holiday as we are heading to Dawlish this year for our first family holiday as a family of 4! x

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  16. add it to the other meagre amount I am frantically trying to save towards MOT ing my car in July, though I doubt it will be economically viable to keep on the road for another year.

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  17. I'd use it towards our upcoming road trip to London :) Kaz x

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