If you’re not properly budgeting and managing your money, achieving financial independence can feel like a fantasy. Just looking at your bank account can be a daunting task. You’re not alone; in fact, a recent poll of over 2500 people in the United Kingdom found that as many as 25 percent of respondents did not […]
Your gym membership might’ve seemed like a great personal investment in January, but when was the last time you actually went? From busy schedules and inconvenient hours to mustering the motivation to leave your house, there’s plenty of reasons to want to stay home. But that doesn’t mean you can’t get a great workout from […]
It’s widely known that dog ownership can improve your health, from lowered stress and anxiety to increased exercise and improved social relationships.1 But can working with man’s best friend do even more for your overall well-being? If you have an unspeakable bond with canines, there are plenty of ways to use it to earn some […]
The average wedding in the United Kingdom exceeded £30,000 in 2018.1 It’s no surprise that the wedding industry is an incredibly booming field, from videographers and photographers to planners, coordinators and designers. If you’re getting married but are concerned about your financial future together, don’t let this deter you. There are many ways to […]
Why Cycling to Work Is Even Better Than You Think If your cycle’s been gathering dust in your car park, you’re far from alone. Cycling UK estimates that only 3 – 4% of people over 16 in England cycled five times a week in 2016-2017.1 Why do so few adults choose to cycle to work? […]
With almost 200 countries covering this planet — each with its own unique set of traditions, climate, food and language — it probably doesn’t come as a shock that tipping practices vary as well. Tipping (or lack thereof) is so engrained in our everyday lifestyle that it may not even occur to a traveler to check the local custom until the check hits the table.
We get it — saving is tough! Between paying rent, buying groceries and all the other daily and weekly expenses you incur in the span of a month, saving up for either a short- or long-term goal can seem like an unscalable mountain. But as you’ve probably heard countless times, it’s essential to have money […]
Waking up early Monday – Friday for work leaves many people exhausted by the week’s end, and Saturday and Sunday become welcome respites to sleep in for however long we’d like. This yo-yoing sleep pattern — waking up early for work during the week and sleeping in late on the weekend — has been coined […]