Love Christmas but hate the expense? Always find December and January the hardest months of the year for all things money? Then you need to sign up for my first ever Christmas Cash Challenge!
What were your money goals at the start of the year? How are you doing with them? If it’s not going great, what are you doing to achieve them before the end of the year? The beginning of the new academic year is just as good a time to start those good habits as January. … Read the rest
I had some great feedback on my recent post about what “Confessions of a Shopaholic” teaches us about debt and I wanted to look at some other movies or books and look at what we can learn from money about them as well. If you don’t like “The Greatest Showman”, or you haven’t seen it … Read the rest
Whether you just have an interest you want to learn more about, or whether you want to upskill to further your career prospects, there are millions of training providers out there. Some of them will charge a small fortune, but some provide some really good quality free learning. If you want something specific (like … Read the rest
I am passionate about financial education. I really feel that as young people we aren’t taught enough about the skills required to manage our money when we get older. A big part of this is maths skills. Whilst I was never great at managing my money, I was lucky enough to always enjoy maths … 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 for cheap holidays overseas come in!… Read the rest
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