Save Money

  • 3 Additions To Make To Your Budget

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    A standard budget tends to look largely the same across families. There are usually sections for the following: Rent/mortgage Car/home/life/pet insurance Groceries Toiletries Child-related fees (such as subscriptions or playgroup memberships) TV/internet Entertainment The above are good sections to budget for, but if you truly want 2018 to be the year you master your budget, […]

  • 7 Ways To Save On Your Wedding

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    Thank you to Guillia Norman from Borrow the Bride for this guest post all about ways to save on your wedding planning. Borrow the Bride gives you the chance to ‘borrow’ the hindsight of past brides to help you plan your wedding. I think you’ll love these insights as much as I do. 1. Decide on […]

  • Spending money to save on your home move

    Purchasing a house is expensive however you look at it. So much so that it’s likely the most costly enterprise you ever embark on. With that in mind, it’s no wonder that most of us attempt to save where we can on the process. We’re all guilty of cutting a few home move corners to […]

  • Fail Friday : 6 easy ways to keep to money new year’s resolutions

    The third Friday in January, known as ‘Fail Friday’ or ‘Quitter’s day’, is the day by which most New Year’s resolutions have been thrown out the window! The thing about healthy eating regimes or exercise goals is that you actually have to keep at them every day and people lose motivation quickly. By contrast, it’s […]

  • Why I am not having a smart meter fitted yet

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    The government wants energy suppliers to install smart meters in every home in England, Wales and Scotland. There are more than 26 million homes for the energy suppliers to get to, with the goal of every home having a smart meter by 2020. The new smart meters mean you won’t have to let your supplier […]