I want to introduce a new series of posts for the blog – reader tips! Its usually my own home projects and ideas that I am showing you, and so there is a vast array of ideas that others have created and are using well in their own homes that I would love to explore […]
This post is a collection of all the fantastic, and sometimes really simple, money saving tips I have come across over the years, with the aim to help you to save money each and every week on your household food bills. The stats are frightening really – according to an article in the Telegraph last […]
If you are constantly finding yourself adding items to your home with impulse purchases, then this tip is for you! When we go shopping we often get swept away with the occasion – looking at items we don’t really need, but wanting them, and often buying them. Items that seem like a great idea at […]
In todays financial climate we are all looking for ways to maximise our incomings and minimise the outgoings, while still being able to enjoy a luxury or two along the way. Listed below are 80 great ways to save money – quick changes we could all make to make our money go that little bit […]
I don’t know many people who don’t worry about keeping enough important paperwork, and whether they may be caught out one day needing something vital that they have thrown/shredded/recycled. Its a minefield out there! So here I want to add in all I know on the subject, give you some hints and tips as to […]
This post has been written as a result of readers asking me about what my top budgeting tips are for saving money. It’s my top 10 ways to save money so that you stop worrying about it as much and can learn to live with what you have a little more easily.
This is the third post in my Creating a Balance Life series – and focuses on Income – Money – anything financial really. In the quest for a balanced life there is one thing that is the foundation that helps us to live. Its one of the basic necessities, but also one that can provide […]
Whatever you do with your life, and wherever you live, you have to sort out your finances. Having enough money to live, to pay bills, to buy treats etc… is fundamental to being independent and being able to live a comfortable life. Being able to maximise your money (whatever your income), and knowing how to […]