Welcome to the second profile in my ‘Investing : a woman’s perspective’ series designed to get ordinary women interested in investing. This week features a relatively new investor of the past few months – social entrepreneur and working mother of two young boys, Jennifer Kempson. You can find Jennifer over at Mamafurfur. Firstly, tell us about […]
City breaks are all the rage at the moment. Cities are bustling and energetic, with plenty of free and cheap things to see and do. If you want to avoid expensive hotels and package holidays, it really is possible to do a short break in an affordable way. But if you’ve never been on a city break […]
What a week! I am tired and ready for a glass of wine tonight. My husband has been away – I am thankful that he is back and the pressure is off on solo parenting! It’s tiring! Here’s my round up on my 5 frugal things I’ve done this week: I’ve got a girl’s weekend […]
Welcome to the first profile in my ‘Investing : a woman’s perspective’ series designed to get ordinary women interested in investing. Last week I wrote about my frustrations with how men and women are spoken to about money in the media. I hope that by sharing stories from ordinary women across various walks of life […]
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