That’s right, today is all about cheering ourselves up with some comedy. What you do today depends on your sense of humour, but you could:
- Go to a free comedy night in a pub (although you will need to buy a drink)
- Download a free comedy podcast
- Borrow a book from the humour section of the library
- Grab a free ebook from the Kindle store (top 100 Humour section today)
- Watch a comedy show on TV or catch-up
- Watch a comedy DVD (swap with a friend for something new)
- Try a free video tutorial about drawing your own cartoons
- Try your hand at writing your own jokes or sketches
- Hang out with your friend who makes you laugh the most
Tonight I’ll be watching a pre-recorded episode of Don’t Trust The B, and possibly the Bake Off final for some Mel and Sue gluten-based giggles. There will also be a casserole of some sort, and some hot baked fruit with cinnamon to use up the space in the oven.
Yesterday I was caught up in some of London’s transport woes, so I took myself off and had a hot drink while the crowds cleared. Unfortunately that’s £2.50 gone out of my £10 budget, but it did save my sanity quite nicely so that’s probably not such a bad thing. A no-spend day is planned for the rest of today.
Total spent so far: £2.50
Other articles you might like
- Tenner Week Day 1: Mega Menu Monday
- How I Save £20 a Week on Food Bills: Menu Planning (part of a new series I’m working on for Ovo Energy)
- How to Live on £10 a Week (mostly food based tips)
For loads more articles about Tenner Week and how to live well and keep yourself entertained on a budget of £10 for a week, please have a look through our Live on £10 section.
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