The 7th – 11th of October is Financial Planning Week, and everyone in the UK can get a free session. Find out my experience, and what you should expect from yours.
All the things a year of being responsible for £230k worth of bricks and terrible flaky plaster has taught me.
Let’s start here – I HATE cheap art. A live, laugh, love canvas from Home Bargains or even a generic Desenio print of a Swiss cheese plant is my own personal hell. However, I believe…
I’ve got a secret to share with you, I just passed my driving test at the grand old age of 27. I thought it might be useful to share what the whole process cost me…
I’m challenging myself to stop buying brand new clothes, accessories and homeware for the whole month of September. Could you switch to second-hand?
Before I moved last year, I did a giant declutter. Less to pack = less to pay to move = less to unpack at the other end. Win-win! However, I really didn’t want to just throw hundreds of individual items directly into the bin, so I tried to make a conscious effort to get rid of things sustainably.
I used a LISA to get a £6,000 bonus to add to my deposit, and I think more of you should know about them! Find out what went wrong for me, and what I wish I knew sooner.
Aunt Bessie, move aside. It’s so easy (and cheap) to make your own mashed potato for super quick meal prep, and instant comfort food.
Since I moved out of London I’ve gone from spending less than £10 a week on my commute to paying ten times that. There’s not much you can do to knock the price down, but here are a few sneaky tips I’ve picked up.
Now, I know I’m not the most eco person out there. But I’m trying. I thought that if I wanted to make a dent on all the plastic I throw out on a yearly basis, the best things to target are the things I throw out on the daily.