Is Decision Fatigue Leading To Your Lack of Success? Have you heard of decision fatigue before? It’s a really interesting term that I came across whilst studying for my degree (Criminal Psychology – TONS of psychology which I can relate to personal finance a lot) and it fascinated me, because it really does affect how […]
Have you heard of Facebook marketplace? I hadn’t until quite recently, and was a bit confused about what it was – so I thought it would be good to clarify it here in case any of you are wondering the same.
When Debenhams asked me if I wanted to do a collaboration with them for Father’s Day, I jumped at the chance! I was very impressed to see the gifts that they have available for Father’s Day with a range of different prices for different budgets. As you know, I love anything involving saving money and […]
Use What Got You Into Debt To Pay It Off *Asterisks set out in this article relate to advertising and they indicate that the author receives a small share of sales through the related link.* I thought that this would be a novel way of looking at how to pay off your debt – using […]
Project Holiday – Earning Extra Money To Go On Holiday *Asterisks set out in this article relate to advertising and they indicate that the author receives a small share of sales through the related link.* If you’ve been following me for a while, you’ll know that one of my goals for this year is to […]
What Is a “Good Debt”? 3 Things To Check. The following post is a guest post from Sara who blogs over at Debt Camel. She is a debt adviser and is full of knowledge about debt. She has provided many people with solutions and support to their debt problems – I recommend heading over to […]