Pets make a joyful addition to the family. Do you include Rover and Spot in your monthly budget? You should! Taking care of a pet can cost you more than £1,000 per annum.
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We asked, you answered! Our social community gave us plenty of smart solutions in response to our March essay question: “How do you pay it off?” Even those paying a high cost ... Continue Reading →
Retirement planning is very important, but people often start too late. If you’re reading this, then you’re taking an important first step. There are some basic concepts that ... Continue Reading →
Making the switch from renting to owning is a very exciting time. It’s a new chapter in your life, but it can require lots of preparation and work. Here, we’ll talk about what ... Continue Reading →
Jump on the bandwagon. DIY gifts are fun AND frugal.
1. Bath salts
WHO NEEDS IT: The mum who forgets to book relaxation into her schedule.
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Let’s face it — no one cooks better than Mum.
1. Fig jam
Fruity and delicious, and ready to spread after just three hours! Get the recipe here.
2. Tea and crumpets
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We all like to treat ourselves every now and then, but cutting back on everyday indulgences can add up to huge savings down the road. This February, we asked our social community ... Continue Reading →
Home is where the heart is, right? Well, home can also be where the lousy plumbing is, where the mortgage is, and where the messy, toy-filled, crayon-covered playroom is. That’s ... Continue Reading →
Sprucing things up in and around the home doesn’t have to be an ordeal. We’ve collected some super simple fixes to make your home nicer without wasting time.
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Fresh air, sunshine, going outdoors for more than just the mail — having a garden can offer a lot of positives. But how do you keep things growing without going broke? Here are ... Continue Reading →
It’s good to keep a lookout for fresh new savings tips, because you never know where the next great one will come from. In response to our January question — how do you curb ... Continue Reading →