It’s that time again when I share 5 things I have bought for under £5, and I really had to think hard this month. I have either not been buying as much, or the things I have been buying have been more than a fiver. I suspect I know the answer though!  As always I am linking up with the wonderful Julia over at Rainbeaubelle.

5 things for under £5

I picked up this cute postcard and coaster when we visited Bath in half term. They were from a gorgeous shop called The Pug and Puffin, which had it’s own resident pug wandering around the shop. No sign of a puffin though. The coaster was £2.50 and the postcard was 80p, and I am going to pop the postcard in a frame.

Pug and Puffin shop in Bath

Now I know I am really late to the party with this, but I have never read My Sister’s Keeper, nor have I watched the film. I believe it’s a tear jerker so I will have my tissues ready. The book was free as our David Lloyd has just introduced a book library at the club, which I think is a great idea.

Jodi Picoult - My Sisters Keeper

Well you can never have too many tins can you…… especially a tin full of ‘things’. I picked this up from TK Maxx for £3.99.

Things tin

There is always room for more planners isn’t there. I spotted this gorgeous hardback weekly planner in Sainsburys, and it just fell into my basket. I am going to use it to plot my steps, water intake, when I swim etc rather than blog planning. It was reasonably priced at £3.50, and I was spoilt for choice and they had SO many new stationery items in store.

Sainsburys planner

Sainsburys weekly planner

So there are my 5 under £5. What have you been buying this month for under a fiver ?  Don’t forget to pop over to Rainbeaubelle to see what everybody else has been buying this month.

6 Thoughts on “5 Under 5 Pounds in March. Planners, books and cute things from Bath

  1. I was admiring Sainsburys stationery range yesterday! My sisters keeper is a great read. You will absolutely need the tissues. No spoilers, but I still haven’t got over the end! #fiveunder5
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  2. I love the tin from TK Maxx, I can’t go in too often as I can do some serious damage to my budget. I waited ages to see My Sister’s Keeper because I knew it was going to be sad it’s a great film though.
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    • Tracey Williams on March 11, 2017 at 7:46 pm said:

      I know what you mean about TK Maxx. They just have such lovely things in there, and I can easily lose myself in there for an hour x

  3. Hahahaha just fell into your basket – too funny! Its pretty cool and I am sure will be most useful in the blogger life!
    My sisters keeper is so emotional… and that was before I went through all of this crap. A few months after I lost poppy I needed to cry but was “putting on a brave face” and pretty numb so I watched it to release the emotions – how sad!

    Love the tin and the postcard.. joyful x
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    • Tracey Williams on March 14, 2017 at 9:53 pm said:

      Trouble is my 11 year old has her eye on my planner now, pfft can’t have anything to yourself in this house ha. I am kind of dreading reading the book as I am terribly emotional at the best of times x

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