I loved the idea of a smart home but always thought it would be out of my price range. That was until I discovered Hive, which is now possibly my favourite purchase that I’ve made for my new home. Whilst there is an initial layout of around £200 – £250 (depending on if you … Read the rest
If you’re sick of the 9-5 of your job or the fact that you always struggle to make ends meet, even when you are working, then it could be time to look at ways to generate a passive income. When you have a passive income, then you are literally making money while you sleep; you … Read the rest
I’m delighted to be able to bring you a guest post today from fellow money blogger Nick. He has kindly shared how we can make up to £7,500 a year tax-free if we have some spare space in our home! Over to Nick!
GOT A SPARE ROOM? MAKE THOUSANDS FROM IT THROUGH THIS GENEROUS GOVERNMENT… Read the rest
Holidays are my vice! I try to have one trip abroad every year and that’s what I put my spare money towards. I know that I could go away for a lot less money if I was much more flexible and planned better and that’s where my top tips come in!
Low deposit holidays
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I am a solo traveller! I don’t drink apart from special occasions and I don’t smoke, but my vice (apart from Diet Coke) is travel and holidays. It is however impossible to be frugal if you are a solo traveller. I try to save up so that I can have one nice holiday a year,
Having children is EXPENSIVE! I’m not trying to pretend that it’s not! As with everything in life, there are always ways of saving some money along the way though. I’ve picked up some great top tips on how to save money whilst keeping your kids (and yourselves) happy and healthy whilst living on a budget … Read the rest
When I first walked into my house, over 7 months ago, and a long time before it became mine, I loved the space. I couldn't however cope with the decor in the kitchen - so it was one of the first projects I knew I was going to undertake. I'm sorry if brown tiles are
This weekend I was lucky enough that there was a car boot sale on near me, but there was also a “Jumble Trail”. I’ve been going to car boot sales on and off over the summer, however I have never been to a “Jumble Trail” before. I decided to do some very scientific research and … Read the rest
Where I work, there is no parking. It is in a town centre and there is a council car park across the road. The parking is only £5 for the whole day which really isn’t that bad, until you realise that is £25 a week, or £100 a month! I am basically paying to be … Read the rest