We know this, and have got advice from Step Change & I posted a thread on here for recipe /shopping advice.
However, today our card declined trying to pay for £22 or so worth of shopping.
1st of month on Monday means banks take money out on the Friday. If there is any cash in an account anywhere take it out so can't be swallowed. Food shop at M&S at the end of the day for their marked down stuff Join Milk&More to get things like bread, milk and cheese delivered to your door (by a milk man) and pay for it next month.
We are on a very tight budget for the next couple of months.Agile, Dev Ops, Continuous Delivery and Continuous Development all help improve software delivery speed.However, as more applications and software development tools include AI, might software developers be trading trust and safety for speed?Update to say we have remembered an old M&S gift card we have, for £20.So am hoping that will do the lunches (no idea of prices / whats good to buy , as we don't food shop there)So just nappies now. Right, list of goods in cupboards/fridge/freezer Do you have Tesco/Sainsburys vouchers, or any Pay Pal lurking?Check exactly how much IS in your bank account and go from there I guess.Do you have any family and friends locally you can go to for help?Scout about and sell bits and bobs, I've just sold a half used foundation for £13-50 on e Bay that will but next weeks fruit and veg at the market for family of 5Sign up with market research companies, taking ds and a friend this week, they get £15 each me £25 as chaperone Have been in dmp for 5 years now, 2 more left to go, so totally been there done that Hope time passes quickly Daft question maybe - is there even £20 or £10 in account you can take out?I'd be looking into your local food bank for essentials. Any family that could chuck you a few tins from cupboard? Officer, can you please write in your report how shocked I am to be hit by an Asian driver! And I'm flying s into your mud huts and incinerating your friends?