ISAs stand for individual savings account. There are several different types and you can open them up in a variety of places. It can easily be daunting as to where to look or where to find the best deal, so here’s a quick overview of where to open ISAs. This will be the first in… Read More Where to open ISAs – Savings and Mortgage help
I had never visited a for-sale house before. Even when my parents were moving from their flat to the house we currently live in, I was too young to have any recollection of it. I was hoping that I’d feel at ease when looking around, but safe to say she was a hopeless estate agent…… Read More Diary Post: a hopeless estate agent!
With single-use plastics being a big topic at the moment, I have been receiving a lot of interest on Twitter, regarding my eco-bricks. It’s a brilliant way to make use of our single-use plastics, particularly when it seems difficult to cut down on plastic. I hope you consider ecobricking in future once you see how easy… Read More Your guide to ecobricking
I recently received an unexpected email whilst revising for exams: you’ve earned a £10 voucher! Normally, these would go straight into my spam folder, but I knew this was genuine as I’d been doing surveys with them for a while: Maru Voice Surveys. Here’s all you need to know to earn your own. The Frugal… Read More Earn money with Maru Voice Surveys
With mental health awareness week being on the topic of body image, as well as my previous post on body confidence I thought it would be relevant to talk about ways to feeling body confident. This is different for everybody and I’d love to hear your methods, but I hope you can relate in some… Read More Gifted| Feeling body confident
For many people, they don’t realise the importance of saving until big purchases are needed or unexpected costs occur. I often see this at work, suddenly people are begging every shift for overtime as they realise they don’t have enough money to purchase X, Y or Z. I think it’s important to start teaching this… Read More 5 things to teach children about money