How To Avoid The Kids In The School Holidays
- Posted in - Holidays and Events
This summer has been unrelenting, and for those with fairer skin, spent mostly indoors. But now the haze of summer is drawing to a close, it’s safe to leave the house without risking sunburn. The trick is to avoid the swarms of children on holiday for the next month. For those of you without children,[…]Continue Reading
Here’s How You Can Visit A Free Festival Every Day During August!
- Posted in - Summer Spending
July and August are the time for festivals, but unless you booked tickets months in advance, you’re unlikely to be able to get hold of any. If you want to go to any of the big festivals like Reading or Glastonbury, the tickets aren’t cheap either, and you might have even considered taking out a loan! So[…]Continue Reading
Use These Foolproof Tricks On Your Social Media To Get A Job!
- Posted in - The Job Market
A staggering one in five employers has turned down a candidate because of something unappealing on their social media. The last thing you worry about when being tagged in a photo or sharing a post is whether it will affect your job prospects. Although according to a YouGov survey, almost half of employers stalk your LinkedIn[…]Continue Reading
Tips For Getting Out of Debt
While credit can be useful, having debt can be stressful. Struggling to keep up with repayments can feel very much like walking the wrong way up an escalator. No matter how hard you try, it can lead to a feeling of getting nowhere fast. But getting out of debt doesn’t have to be too hard.[…]Continue Reading
5 Things to Do in London – That You Didn’t Know Were Free!
- Posted in - Money Saving Tips
On a budget for the summer or just want to explore the capital without spending a fortune? Most of us know that London can be pretty expensive: in some parts, even a sandwich can set you back a few bob, but there’s also a lot of fun to be had for absolutely nothing! Check out[…]Continue Reading
The First-Time Buyer’s Ultimate Guide To Mortgages
- Posted in - The Property Market
At 359,000 people, the number of first-time buyers in the UK has hit a nine-year high. It’s quite surprising considering that homes are now an average of 21% more expensive than 10 years ago. The majority of first-time buyers would have saved all their hard-earned money for a deposit (an average of £33,000 this year)[…]Continue Reading
Ten Amazing Ways You Can Save Money And The Planet!
- Posted in - Money Saving Tips
Did you know— every single piece of plastic ever created still exists. We all know that we need to do our bit to protect the environment we live in, but the cost of solar panels and eco-friendly products are unaffordable for most. Fortunately, there are some very simple ways to have a less harmful impact[…]Continue Reading
Cut The Cake On The Cheap — 10 Ways To Reduce The Cost Of Your Wedding!
- Posted in - Event Planning
Weddings are one of the most expensive festivities that you’ll ever organise in your life. These days, they cost around £5,000 minimum, with the average wedding in England costing upwards of £27,000. At the very least, you can expect to spend around £10,000 between your wedding and honeymoon if you’re at least attempting to budget.[…]Continue Reading
These Proven Hacks Will Help Keep You Cool In The Heat!
- Posted in - Financial Tips
The windows are wide open, the freezer’s chocka with icy treats and that noisy fan is almost certainly keeping you up at night. It’s been a hot few days, and now the MET Office is promising the heatwave to continue into the weekend. It’s going to be a hot one, so use these proven hacks[…]Continue Reading
How to Budget With a Family
- Posted in - Budgeting Tips
Parenting is expensive! It can be difficult to stick to a budget plan when you’ve got to buy your children new clothes, make sure the fridge is fully stocked, and also that you’re able to afford to keep everyone entertained during weekends and school holidays. In fact, The Money Charity revealed that it costs an average of[…]Continue Reading