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!
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
With my twitter followers being predominantly bloggers, every other tweet is talking about what happened with Pipdig. What should I do now? Is my site at risk? What have I missed?… I’ve done a fair bit of reading thanks to uni procrastination, so I thought I’d compile all the information you need to know into… Read More What happened with Pipdig? The Drama
A trip to the cinema is one of the most expensive leisure activities out there. Tickets, especially for new releases can be as much as £25 per ticket! Thankfully this post will be about how to get free cinema tickets, often for pre-released films! Now you can enjoy the cinema on the cheap. The Frugal… Read More How to get free cinema tickets
I don’t often talk about my love for murder-mysteries as I feel it’s rather taboo. “Why do you like learning about crimes? It’s a bit weird isn’t it?” Well, to them I say, you’re missing out. Whether it’s a good old episode of “Crime Watch Daily” or a fictional BBC series, I’m all over it.… Read More AD| The best shows for murder-mystery lovers
If you’re engaged to be wed, wow congratulations! If you’re here just to be curious, hey I don’t blame you either (let’s face it, I’m not married). The cost of weddings can often put people off the idea, or make them wait longer than they have… Read More How to save money on your wedding day