It feels brilliant to get my teeth into another Challenge over on my other blog. I've left it far too long between this new Challenge and my last one. Life and stuff simply got in the way, but I'm back to doing what I want to do and it feels good.
The new Challenge is called 'For the Price of a Coffee' and the idea behind it is simply to see what else food wise you could buy with the money that you would normally spend on a coffee from a coffee shop or café … which is £2.75 in my case. So a £2.75 a day spend for either one cup of coffee or three meals.
In other news I have just been over to the office and paid my Site Fees for 2020, so another year of Van Life coming up. If you pay as soon as you receive the invoice, or at least before the middle of November you get a £105 discount … definitely worth having so I always do exactly that.
Thinking about it that's 38 days food at £2.75 a day, more than a month of eating just for paying early!!
Coming back from the office I found a 5p piece on the floor and to quote the old saying 'find a penny pick it up and all day long you'll have good luck' I picked it up. I messaged Alan to tell him I'd paid the site fees and mentioned my little find ... "That's 5 times more lucky than a penny, go and buy a lottery ticket" he said!!
I might just do that 😃
I'm still a real stationery fiend, and just look at this lovely notebook that my Mum bought me from Dobbie's garden centre when we were there on Wednesday … it's almost too beautiful to write in.
But I will, it could be just the book for a special Challenge next year. I do like to start a Challenge in January and see how long I can keep it going for. I'll have to put my thinking cap on. If I'm missing a little bit from here for the next few days, it's just because I'll be busy updating the Challenge blog twice a day, but I will be back, promise.