Any man can look his best without having to spend thousands of dollars on clothing. It all comes down to the strategy you have when it comes to clothes shopping. It is a general misconception that you have to earn a lot in order to look impeccable. On top of that, you don’t have to wear designer clothes to look classy and polished. Still, you can incorporate some new habits. Before we talk about that, note that your expectations should be realistic when your budget is limited. It’s true – you can stay fashionable on a budget, but it’s not as easy as it would be if you had a higher more »
An alternative way to save for your children’s future is a paid collaboration in conjunction with The Royal Mint. With all this talk recently of the cost of attending university and how many young people can not afford the deposit on their first home got me and the husbeast thinking about saving for our children’s future. We are not a cash-rich family, in fact, we haven’t got any substantial savings yet for the boys. However, that doesn’t mean it is too late. It seems that according to research by The Royal Mint we are not alone and that on the average UK Household save on average £166 a year compared to £1,500 in 1974. more »
My home is lived in and is nowhere near a show home. In fact, the husbeast commented last night that it was a good job we liked throws on the sofa as we washed yet another one that was covered in mud from one of our boys (or it could have been Alvin)! So I decided to look into interior updates for non-Pinterest worth homes (the image below is my bedroom).
I love saving money, especially on day to day stuff as it gives me a little left over to spoil the family. One of our biggest expenditures is our gas and electric and I love finding smart ways to save on our gas and electric without swapping suppliers. So I am working with British Gas to share with you ways that we save on our gas and electric.
Does a Dishwasher Save you Money? is a paid post in collaboration with Sainsbury’s. Since getting a smart meter a few months ago, the male proportion of the household has become obsessed with comparing the cost of devices in the house and one of the things that have come up is that using a dishwasher is more expensive than washing by hand. Hmm – as the one who ends up doing any pots that need handwashing this made me decide to look into it. As I LOVE my dishwasher, it saves me time as we fill it up during the day, set it to wash overnight and then the husbeast empties more »
We were challenged by the Money Advice Service to share with you our advice for saving money on household essentials. My biggest tip for saving money is that you have to get all the family on board. There is nothing worse than feeling as though you are the only one making an effort. Plus it is a great learning experience for children.
I have been working from home now for the last 8 or so years and I am going to share my wisdom with you and share the gifts that everyone working from home really want!. Perfect for if you are looking for any gifts this Christmas or stuck for buying birthday gifts. So yes these are my six work from home essentials.
Can you believe we spend roughly one-third of our lives asleep, which makes it extremely important that we have a quality mattress? If you’re like me, you’re probably barely managing to juggle your work schedule, your house chores, and your children— which are stressors only made worse by a terrible night’s sleep.
One of the things that I find so challenging about motherhood is the constant laundry. It is never ending especially with two boys which are just noise with muck on. Add football and cricket kit to the regular weekly clothes and it can become overwhelming. There is nothing more disappointing that putting a load of washing in and then finding that it is still dirty after the wash. So here I am going to share my top 5 Genius Laundry Hacks and also review a new innovative laundry product.
Have you been dreaming of beautiful, wide-open spaces, filled with light and beauty? We all do, from time to time, but have you been tempted to take the plunge, grab the sledgehammer and make your dream a reality? For many, home improvement is a fun project to tackle head-on, and for others, it’s a hassle to get over and done with as soon as possible. Whatever your situation, here are some tips to save time, money and hassle on your project!
Group collecting can be a total nightmare, especially when people are not all around at the same time. Just ask anyone who is in charge of collecting funds for a baby shower, big birthday present or even a major wedding gift. There will always be someone who wants to pay by cheque, doesn’t have the cash on them or perhaps people live all over the globe.
I wish I could say that I live in a clutter free streamlined home, however, that would be a big fat lie. I really need to make more of an effort and once I have decluttered stop seeing it as an opportunity to bring more things into our home. So that fact that you can declutter and make money is a total win in my opinion.
So over the coming weeks, I am going to be switching any bills that we do not already pay over to Direct Debit and I would love for you to join me and see just how easy it is. I am all for making things easier and simpler and that is what paying by Direct Debit can do for you. As a busy mum of two boys finding time to manage household stuff is often the last thing on my agenda. Plus I would much rather do fun stuff than house admin!