Fun And Frugal Activities For Kids To Do At Home

Schools out for summer! At least I know this is the case in the U.K., U.S.A., and Canada and must be so throughout most of the world, right?

My children don’t have six weeks of summer holidays just yet. They’re still in nursery and their nursery is open all year round. However, they don’t go to nursery on Fridays, so I’m constantly trying to find things to do to keep them occupied. I…

Money Saving Secrets That Stores Won’t Tell You [Complete Guide]

Have you ever gone to your local supermarket to quickly replace an item you’ve run out of, only to leave the shop with a full bag of shopping? It’s happened to me on so many occasions and it’s exactly what retailers want.

Shops are in the business of making money by any means necessary. ­As consumers, we should be aware of this fact and understand when we’re out shopping, the retailer is not our friend. Their…

Fun And Frugal Trips For The Kids To Enjoy This Summer

With the summer holidays very much in full swing, you’re probably looking for places to take the children to keep them entertained for the remainder of the break.  Those words I’M BORED can quickly become a summer holiday anthem if the children do not have an outlet for their energy. Summer holidays could end up costing you a fortune trying to keep the kids active and entertained.

In my last post I wrote about 10 fun and frugal…

How To Stop Spending Money You Don’t Have

With less than six weeks remaining until we enter a new year and decade, now’s the time to master your money. Whether you’re self-employed, or a business owner, I want you to answer this question honestly. If today was your last payday, how long would you be able to survive on the money in your account before having to turn to the credit card? If you’re just a paycheque or payslip away from broke, then it…

Book Summary – The Richest Man In Babylon

To help me on my journey to financial freedom, I’ve been reading different books on personal finance. I did a post on my Instagram stories last month asking for recommendations of personal finance books, and The Richest Man In Babylon was mentioned a few times. I had attempted to read this book last year, but the old English writing style put me off so I didn’t make it past chapter one.

Fast forward to last month, and following…

Book Review: All Your Worth – The Ultimate Lifetime Money Plan

May’s book club read was All Your Worth – The Ultimate Lifetime Money Plan. I don’t recall how I came to know about this book, but I’m glad I discovered it. Although this book was written over a decade ago, it definitely has timeless content and interesting money principles.

In this blog post, I’ll share a summary of All Your Worth – The Ultimate Lifetime Money Plan. I’ll also go on to share the lessons I’ve…

Book Review: You are a Badass at Making Money

Book Review – You are a Badass at Making Money. In this blog post, I review You are a Badass at Making Money by Jen Sincero. This book has been described as The in-depth, step-by-step guide to overcoming your blocks, pushing past your fears, and starting to make some serious money…

I decided to make this book April’s book club read and I have to say, it’s my least favourite book so far. Read my review…