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How much to you spend a month???

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    As the title says much do you spend, minus housing/accomodation costs. Adding a rough price breakdown as a comment would also be reeeallly helpful, thanks!

    FOR THOSE AT UNIVERSITY ONLY PLEASE, am trying to figure out how well I'm gonna survive lol.
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    Food - £10 a day so approximately £300-£350 a month.
    Boxing - £50
    Gym + supplements - £100
    Cleaning products (both body and furniture/toilet) - £20
    Clothes - £50
    Cigs, sweets and other unhealthy stuff - £200
    Trips/Leisure (a 2 days trip a month, or equivalent) - £150

    Total - £800-£900.


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