Joules Little Bag of Essentials £7 @ Boots.com free c&c
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Joules Little Bag of Essentials £7 @ Boots.com free c&c

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Found 22nd Mar 2016
Available at half the original price. Set includes:
Ditsy floral make up sized bag with gold zip
Fantastic Fingers Hand Cream 50ml
Elderflower Fragranced Lip Balm 7.5g
Blackberry Fragranced Lip Balm 7.5g
Honey Fragranced Lip Balm 7.5g
Shape & Prune Emery Boards x 6

Over 99 available at the moment.
Free Click and Collect available.

Bought one as an end of school year teacher gift.
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You're a bit organised, it's only easter!
leewills8

You're a bit organised, it's only easter!


Hey, I have Christmas pressies sorted for all family members, apart from my 3 children. I think I border on OCD!
Edited by: "llareggub" 22nd Mar 2016
I've bought one as a Xmas present.
I'm quite pleased with my little self.
I need to do something manly now to compensate being girly organised
Heat from me
myohmysweet

I've bought one as a Xmas present.I'm quite pleased with my little self.I … I've bought one as a Xmas present.I'm quite pleased with my little self.I need to do something manly now to compensate being girly organised Heat from me


well done you - now go chop some wood and be a hunter gatherer!
llareggub

Hey, I have Christmas pressies sorted for all family members, apart from … Hey, I have Christmas pressies sorted for all family members, apart from my 3 children. I think I border on OCD!

I'd call it SAD rather than OCD.
I LOVE the Joules lip balms.

They aren't quite as good as the previous years formula but they're still really effective if used every night before you go to bed.

The blackberry one is my favourite.

The hand cream is lovely too, it's thick & luxuriously moisturising.
hukdbargain

I'd call it SAD rather than OCD.



I don't.

Planning ahead to save money and stress, that sounds like a great plan.

It's also sensible to spread the cost of Christmas if you have a family and year long financial commitments.
Thanks OP, just ordered for my beautiful girlfriend.
It was £14 before Christmas, on 3for2, in case you're wondering.
sickly sweet

I don't.Planning ahead to save money and stress, that sounds like a great … I don't.Planning ahead to save money and stress, that sounds like a great plan.It's also sensible to spread the cost of Christmas if you have a family and year long financial commitments.


Thanks for the comment - By starting my Christmas shopping in the Jan sales I save around 70% of my Christmas spend! I think that is savvy not SAD!
Llareggub.. you are most definitely not sad by thinking ahead. I am on a very limited income and I make a plan of all the events over the course of the year which is three birthdays for my children, my husband's birthday, Valentine's Day, Mother's Day for my mother-in-law, Father's Day, my wedding anniversary and Christmas presents for my three children my husband and the partner of one of my daughters.

My bedroom is my factory for presents and associated gift wrap. I have a long, wheeled, lidded, stacker box that I bought in Wilko for paper and cards. I buy all year round whenever I see anything suitable, plus I make a note of it in a special small hardback notebook I keep in my handbag.
Everything just gets put under the bed out of sight.
I look daily at everything on hot UK deals plus I regularly check weekly various online outlets and clearance departments such as the Superdry and Joules outlet on Ebay, the John Greed sales section, Argos clearance, Next clearance in addition to sales and cheaper shops such as Savers and TK Maxx
If anyone has any other suggestions for outlets or clearance online I will be very grateful
Glad you are a kindred spirit bellajjoy! I too have three children - 2 teenagers and a wee one and have a limited budget. This is the best way to get everyone decent gifts for a fraction of the retail price.
Picked my sets up today - so cute and worth the £7 I paid for them.
Ordered ! Cheers op !
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