Win a £25 Sainsburys Voucher

As part of the Sainsbury’s Bank Family Blogger Network, I can offer you this voucher giveaway with  Sainsbury’s Bank Car Insurance.

Sainbury’s recently made a ‘Taxi of Mum and Dad Calculator’ to show how much it costs in taxi fares sending your children where they need to go. If driving yourself, it’s not just the mileage that mounts up though – it’s also the hours spent waiting in the car for them to finish their activities or come out of school.
So, how would you spend the hours if you weren’t playing taxi? Finishing a good book, getting outdoors or just doing nothing are some of the little luxuries that the Sainsbury’s Money Matter’s team said they would enjoy.  I would spend it cleaning the house! Now I don’t drive so have to rely on public transport, this takes longer from experience. I can see a taxi being very welcome when my child(ren) are older!

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  1. debbie davies says:

    i would spend it putting my feet up for a change i am forever rushing around doing things for other people so it would be lovely to have a bit of extra time just for me to just sit and chill. :o)

  2. tracey bowden says:

    I would put it to good use by have a well deserved break on the sofa watching something that isn’t the Disney channel

  3. nicci cowdell-murray says:

    being mum to a 14 yr old boy and almost 13 yr old girl and pregnant with baby 3 time is precious and at the moment im constantly tired so id use the time to sleep! @chanson2010 on twitter

  4. Sarah Walford says:

    I would spend more time playing with my Baby boy. He has to be very patient while I ferry the others to all their activities

  5. Emma Carter says:

    I’d spend extra quality time with my daughters; playing, cooking, reading, dressing up – all the things that make us smile the most.

  6. siggy po says:

    Put my feet up with my headphones on listening to Enrique Iglesias with a nice big cup of coffee and some cookies 😀

  7. shelley stevenson says:

    i would probably put my feet up and catch up on the episode of eastenders or corrie that ive missed 🙂

  8. CDA says:

    I’d spend my newfound time finally reading the book I took out the library 8 weeks ago, have renewed twice, and if I don’t get a move on will have to send back half finished!!

  9. donna clinton says:

    I would spend any extra time i had enjoying a good book,with 5 kids running around the house that is something i can not do anymore

  10. Hilda Hazel Wright says:

    If I had extra time I’d like to play my drum kit often enough and for long enough to be good at it.

  11. Caroline H says:

    Unexpected spare time may spur me on to get those bags from the Spring clean that are cluttering up the spare room down to the charity shop or on to EBay.

  12. Naomi Buchan says:

    Sit down with one of the many books ive not got round to reading yet with a cup of hot chocolate with cream and marshmallows.

  13. nikki cook says:

    Id probably spend it cleaning out the chickens or snakes as thats the 2 jobs I always leave till the last minute then think why didnt i do this earlier in the day!!!

  14. Hayley Louise Colburn says:

    catching up with friends and enjoy some relaxing time knowing I haven’t got to stop what i’m doing and go out

  15. Sarah Davies says:

    It would be gardening or DIY depending on the weather. (so that would have been lots of DIY and not much gardening so far this year)

  16. SUSAN L HALL says:

    I would spend more time in the kitchen .. but for fun i love to cook but never have the time to make exciting new things so would love to be able to experiment more

  17. Frances Fox says:

    More time to myself would give me the chance to catch up on reading and pamper myself in long scented baths, even have a long overdue manicure and pedicure.

  18. Alix SMith says:

    I would start playing the trumpet again – stopped playing when I was 32 weeks pregnant & now my daughter is nearly 3 months old! am having withdrawal symptoms.

  19. Maria Messruther says:

    I would spend the extra time vegetating on the sofa with a good book and with a jigsaw so my extra time wouldnt be wasted.

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