4 Ways to Protect Your Computer

4 Ways to Protect Your Computer

It’s a digital world we live in. These days, sharing information online has become the rule, not the exception. Computer Security Day is November 30, but protecting yourself and your computer from outside threats is important to do year-round. Here are a few tips to get you started:   1.    Use a firewall. A firewall […]

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3 Places You Might Not Think to Look for Jobs

3 Places You Might Not Think to Look for Jobs

Friends, family and “help wanted” ads are all great ways to find a job, but if you’re having trouble with those typical options, here are some places to try that you might not have thought of: Your old jobs. If you’ve worked somewhere before and left on a good note, it might be worth reaching […]

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Almost half of UK households struggle to find extra quid

46% of UK Households Would Struggle to Find Extra £99

Are you having a hard time keeping up with the current cost of goods? What if they increased? According to a new report from Halifax, 46% of UK households would struggle financially if monthly expenses rose by £99. Of those questioned, 26% would have a hard time covering an increase of £46, and 13% would […]

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The Money You Save by Having a Dad

Dads wear a lot of different hats and do a lot for their families. Think about the advice or tasks that your dad has done for you over the years, and check out our infographic to see how much you’ve saved … just by having a Dad.    

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proper way to quit a job

The Proper Way to Quit Your Job

Let’s face it — you’re not going to stay at your first job forever. A new opportunity will come along and lead you on an exciting new path. But before you can take your talent elsewhere, you first have to quit your current job in a professional manner. Although quitting’s never an easy thing to […]

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How to Earn Money as a Stay-At-Home Parent

How to Earn Money as a Stay-At-Home Parent

After having kids, one of the toughest decisions we’re faced with is whether or not to go back to work. Many parents feel that having someone at home, either the mum or dad, is important to a child’s development. At the same time, sacrificing an income can make things difficult on childcare and day-to-day living. […]

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Households Spending 27% of Weekly Income on Vehicle

  How much are you spending on transportation? According to a new research by the RAC Foundation, the poorest households in the UK are spending more than a quarter of their disposable income on buying and maintaining a vehicle. With the average cost of petrol at around 139 pence per litre, nearly 800,000 UK households […]

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Frozen vs. Homemade Meal — Which One Wins?

Our made-from-scratch glazed chicken recipe creates a meal that’s cheaper and more nutritious than a frozen dinner. And best of all, you get more servings for a fraction of the cost! To save even more, swap out the ingredients for similar items on offer at your local store. Fresh ingredients: 1 boneless chicken breast = […]

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