It’s almost a year since I last wrote about my experience of switching gas and electricity to a cheaper provider. At that time, I switched to a fixed tariff with npower which finishes at the end of this month. Compared to our car insurance comparison, which I battled through last week with gritted teeth, I […]
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 […]
This week I have a fabulous guest post written by Sara Williams. Sara blogs about debt and credit ratings at Debt Camel. She is a debt adviser and set up the site because she wants to provide answers to common questions people have with as little jargon as possible. If you are paying a lot […]
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