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Reading Time: 7 mins What’s not to love about cycling? It’s good for the environment, your wallet and, of course, your health. But before you rush out and spend hundreds on a state-of-the-art bike, or even just a cheap second-hand one, here are a few things you should consider. What to look for Where to buy Optional extras Government … read more
Reading Time: 9 mins Ever commented on a beautiful outfit to be told it came from a supermarket, discount store or charity shop? Did it make you wonder if you know the best places to shop for cheap designer clothes? We’ve put together this essential guide to saving money on your wardrobe – without compromising on style. There’s a whole … read more
Reading Time: 9 mins Even in the city there’s loads of free food growing: nettles, dandelion leaves (and flowers), blackberries, linden leaves etc. Get foraging. Here are my top ten free food recipes.
Reading Time: 3 mins Clearing clutter might sound like something that’s just a ‘nice have’ and not exactly something that is a matter of life or death. Well, you’d be surprised. For a start, decluttering has been proven to help people lose weight and get healthy as you can see here. But I also know from my work with … read more
Reading Time: 8 mins Most of us love to buy new clothes, but not so many of us can afford to all the time, so we’ve put together some fantastic ways for you to revamp your wardrobe for next to nothing. With lockdown easing, we’re starting to think about going out a bit more and want the outfits to match. … read more
Reading Time: 5 mins The digital world is taking over our lives. We download music rather than buy CDs, we choose Netflix over DVDs and we can even give up our yoga classes at the gym for free videos on YouTube. Over half of Brits were given ‘virtual gifts’ at Christmas! But have you stopped to question whether this digital … read more
Reading Time: 2 mins If you have beetroot growing in your garden this is great money saving recipe – Try my beetroot leaf soup. I sadly don’t so I bought raw beetroots at the market this weekend (I love grated beetroot and carrot in salads). They came complete with long stalks and leaves. I was about to cut off … read more
Reading Time: 8 mins From next month, UK consumers will be protected by a new bill of rights designed to resolve disputes with retailers and service providers, including the introduction of a dedicated ‘consumer ombudsman’ to handle small claims (anything under £10,000 in value). It is being hailed by the British Government as “the biggest overhaul of consumer rights … read more
Reading Time: 16 mins Feeling the lockdown blues…even when it’s not supposed to be lockdown? It still feels like there is a lot to be gloomy about – the government and SAGE certainly seem to want to keep us that way! But we truly don’t have to accept that. We can rebel and demand the goodness, happiness and light … read more
Reading Time: 9 mins Make money and save money every month this year. Look through these tips and you can make some notes in your diary to help you get ahead of the game and rake in the cash each month this year! January February March April May June July August September October November December
Reading Time: 4 mins Updated: 21 November 2013 Money’s tight for everyone this year, but we’ve worked out how you can have a luxury Christmas for less. Whether you’re after designer beauty products, posh jewellery for the Christmas party, or getting pampered like a celeb, we’ve been trawling the web for great deals without a hefty price tag.
Reading Time: 5 mins I have just finished reading The Con Men: A History of Financial Fraud and the Lessons you can Learn by Leo Gough. Before reading, I didn’t have much knowledge of scams and fraud within the financial sector and I also had no idea how long some of the cons ran on for, or how much … read more