1) I received these two packs of free seeds with my subscription to Kitchen Garden magazine this month. (A gift from a friend for my birthday last year)
2) I borrowed some books from both my local library and a local Little Free Library. (Sadly, this hasn't prevented me from buying a couple of books too)
3) One of my eBay items sold, which was good news and brought in a very small amount of cash, but better small, than not at all.
4) I found a small piece of furniture on the street whilst walking the dog and gave it a makeover. It is now being used in our bedroom as my bedside table. (See recent DIY post)
5) I got free tickets to the Ideal Home Show at Olympia, London at the end of the month.
6) I bulk bought several staple food and household items this month, which should keep us going for a good while.
7) I got a free pack of Naked Salted Caramel Nibbles using a voucher at Tesco. (Needless to say, this is the empty packet)
8) I finally received the results of my requested Pension Forecast from the Department for Work & Pensions, which was more positive than I thought it was going to be. I still need to contribute NI contributions for several more years to qualify for a full state pension, but as I've started to pay voluntary contributions this year and intend to continue if I don't find a job, this shouldn't be a problem. (I say positive, that's assuming, of course, that there still is a state pension when I reach retirement age)
9) For two out of the last 3 weeks that I've worked at the CS, I haven't bought anything, which is good going for me.
10) I received some freebies this week when OH was sent some samples for his business. I nice pen, post-its and a 7.5gb memory stick. (I removed the promotional material from this, so it's now empty and ready to use to store some of our family photos - Saves me buying one anyway.)
It's not been a bad couple of weeks all things considered.