When you begin to face up to the fact that you are in debt – whether that be a relatively small amount or a scarily large amount, it can be overwhelming. You’re aware of how much money roughly that you have coming in, and how much you generally have left over after bills, so how are you going to pay off all of this debt?! (more…)
How To Make An Extra £1000 This Month Earning any amount of extra money per month may seem impossible, especially on top of your already hectic lifestyle. Do you really need a ton of extra cash rolling in though?
How To Stay Motivated Whilst Paying Off Debt You’ve added up all of the debt that you owe, worked out in which order you are going to pay them, moved to better interest rates, created a budget that Dave Ramsey would be proud of, started earning extra money on the side, and are absolutely GOOD […]
Things I Stopped Buying To Save Money I don’t know about you, but I always seem to have big financial goals that I want to achieve, and they never seem to go away, just get bigger and bigger! I have big financial goals for this year (last year was paying off my debt and getting […]
It’s Big Energy Saving Week this week – a campaign by Energy Saving Trust, Citizens Advice and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) that aims to help people save money on their energy bills. There is a free tool provided by the Citizens Advice where you can compare the prices.
How To Set Goals For Your Best Year Ever A new year is almost upon us…and with it the chance of a clean slate, a new start – is it any wonder that we love to make plans for the best year ever?! Although we may set out with the very best intentions, resolutions tend […]
How To Best Prepare For Your Retirement I think a lotttt of us can be guilty of not planning for the future, and as I’ve discussed in a previous post, psychology tests show that a part of the brain fires up when we think about our future self, which indicates that we think of our […]
You’re Not Going To Win The Lottery. It’s Time To Sort Your Finances Out Apologies if the title seemed a little aggressive, you know that’s not how I roll! However, through having many people talk to me about their finances and just hearing people talk in general (as a blogger, you remember everything relevant to […]