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jenren22
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How do you all do it? I've done all my budgeting for next year etc, but i don't understand the logic behind it, i mean, it's ok saying you'll spend £10 a month on books and £30 on clothes, so what do you do, put all the money in different labelled tins with £30 'Clothes' etc? You get my drift. I have three accounts, one in which my loan goes into and my rent comes out, with the massive overdraft, one for my work wage and spending, and one for any apre money saved for later. So how do i organise this money? Do i just dump all the money meant for all spending after rent and bills in there and divide it? Or do i risk putting it all together and risk spending it all on clothes rather than transport etc which i also need it for.

I hope you understand what i mean .
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Put it all in tins if you think that'll help you, yeah. Nothing wrong with that at all.
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Unless someone finds out, goes into your room and steals it.
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Precisely...good idea though .
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(Original post by amy.dd)
Unless someone finds out, goes into your room and steals it.
True, but that's what locks are for. :p:
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