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Every Thursday I will be bringing you another instalment of my guest series, Money Talks. I’ll be featuring bloggers from all walks of life giving their answers to money related questions. Hopefully you will find a new blog to read and learn more about other people online. Money Talks will be live every Thursday and I’ve got some absolutely fantastic bloggers taking part! Hope you enjoy it. If you’re a blogger and want to take part then get in touch. This weeks instalment features 3 Girls’ Mummy. You can check out the 3 Girls’ Mummy website here.
When did you start blogging?
I started blogging in February 2016.
What inspired your blog name?
I was pregnant with my third daughter when I decided on the name 3 Girls Mummy.
What is your attitude to money – are you a spender or a saver?
I’m a bit of both. I try to scrimp and save as much as I can but I have a weakness for kids clothes!
What is the best bargain you have ever purchased?
The best bargain I have ever bought would have to be when I managed to pick up 3 whole chickens, 2 packs of lamb chops and a 2kg joint of beef for under £1!
What is the biggest splurge you have ever made?
I often impulse buy toys and such however my most recent (and probably most costly) splurge was an all inclusive holiday to Ibiza for our family of 5.
If you had £100,000 right now what would you do with it?
Pay off debts, put a deposit down on a house and get myself some driving lessons.
If you could go back 10 years & give yourself one piece of money related advice what would it be?
10 years may be a bit too long ago for me as I would have been 13 however, I would give my 18 year old self a pretty stern talking about setting up an untouchable ISA and clearing off credit card balances EVERY single month.
What was the last item you purchased?
A Plan Toys Campervan Walker for my youngests birthday next month (Bargain, I paid £16 brand new, they usually retail at around £50!).
What is your favourite ever blog post?
My favourite post probably has to be my Birth Announcement post for my youngest.
What is your biggest money regret?
I biggest money regret is most definitely not saving when I had no children and a supervisors wage coming in. I would have been driving by now and most of the way saved for a deposit for a house. If only…
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