Spring Clean: Part One

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Spring is here! Along with the temptation of Easter chocolate and slightly milder weather conditions the month of April always signifies a financial fresh start. For some lucky people, April is the arrival… Continue reading

Charity: Donating your time without the costs

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One of my resolutions this year is to get involved with a charity and do some volunteer work. Normally I would make a yearly donation to various charities but this year I really… Continue reading

Socialising on a Budget

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As mentioned in a previous post, one of my new years resolutions is to be more social. I think somewhere on my mission to save up as much money as possible last year,… Continue reading

Record shops in London: Where to Buy Music?

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I guess that most people reading this article haven’t stumbled upon it by accident. It means that either a) you follow our blog (good for you!) or b) you are looking for some… Continue reading

Cloud of Poor Judgement

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It’s arrived! January Sales! With it comes the “cloud of poor judgement”. We have all been there at some point in our lives, caught up in the chaos around us, the rush to… Continue reading

7 Most Stupid Christmas Gifts Ever

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Mooorning everyone! Enjoying Christmas fever? Running through shopping centres, buying gifts, planning holidays and meetings with old friends? I bet you are! I’ve recently read Maria’s post at The Money Principle “How do… Continue reading

New Year’s Resolutions

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A lot of people don’t bother with new years resolutions any more, which is no surprise when most people set themselves goals like… – Go to the gym – Give up alcohol -… Continue reading

Flight ticket refund and compensation: What’s the difference and when to claim?

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Okay, I promised myself that this post won’t come out as a Ryanair rant. We’ve got enough of that on the web already, and I also realise that one of the reasons why… Continue reading

Winter Wardrobe – One for the Ladies

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A change of season requires a change of wardrobe, I’m not required to wear a uniform or office attire for work so I’m often found in front of my wardrobe early in the morning throwing… Continue reading

How to Eat Well on a Budget – Guest post

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Today I have a guest post from a recent graduate, and like most graduates, she is trying to find out where she wants her career to go and how to save money after… Continue reading