Thrifty Thursday: Want To Try Something New? – Shopmium

For 2018 I want to share with you all my thrifty tips and how you can save money and of course try new things. Each Thursday I will share something with you that I regularly do to save money in our household. Saving money this year is a big must on the agenda due to myself being on maternity leave…

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How To Bring In Extra Cash When Out Of Work

We all know that looking for work can be like a 9 to 5 in itself. The process of finding a job can be incredibly time-consuming with all the research involved, the carefully tailored cover letters and the continual tweaking of our CV’s. It certainly is a demanding process and takes resilience, persistence and determination. Along with the stress of…

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The Staggering Price Of Moving Home And What You Can Do About It

Our house is on the market right at this moment, and we have been saving for a few months now because moving to a new home can be frighteningly expensive. The good news is that there are all sorts of things that you can do to save money and reduce your outgoings. Check out these ideas. Pixabay

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Live Frugally, Live Happily

If there’s anything simple and humble that we all want from life, it’s financial freedom. You’ve most likely had horrible days where debts are creeping up on you, your utility bills need to be paid and you’ve just had to repair your car because you couldn’t get to work. Those types of situations can break us, but it’s what we…

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How to work out if you are saving enough for your child’s future

Before I became a parent I was always fairly money-savvy, but knew nothing about children’s savings and what you need to save for their future. To be honest it’s hard enough nowadays to live month to month for a lot of people, so things like savings and pensions get put on the back burner. You do need to stop and…

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Money on Your Mind? Here’s How You Can Slash Your Monthly Bills

Whether or not you believe money makes the world go round, it’s an important thing to master as an adult. Being in control of your finances, being careful with spending and knowing how to stretch your money are all crucial things to learn. As a homeowner, you’ll probably find if you take a look at your monthly bills you’re hemorrhaging…

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How To Save Money on Karen Millen Using Voucher Codes

As you all know I’m a huge fan of saving money online. Each time I want to buy something, whether it’s a birthday gift, something for baby girl, something for the house and garden or even clothes for myself, I check out my favourite voucher code sites. We made huge savings on a car seat for baby girl last year…

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Tips for Eco-Living and Recycling at Home

I’m always on the look out for tips on recycling at home. We have the normal bags and boxes for sorting out the household waste, but I’ve always wanted to go one step further. I suppose you could say that we do have our eco-living ways. I think it boils down to growing up in a house with not a…

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How to Keep Your Energy Bills Low in Winter

Officially Winter only started a few days ago! The 21st December as stated by the Met Office if we went by the Astronomical season, and it ends on the 19th March 2017. So now is the time to think about how to keep your energy bills low in the Winter season. I will share with you my tips on how…

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Wait! Don’t Shop Online Before You Do This

Shopping online can be one of the most convenient ways to buy things. Whether you’re doing your food shop or buying Christmas presents, there’s absolutely no need to leave the comfort of your own home. But you shouldn’t shop online until you’ve read this first. Take a look… Read Reviews Before you buy anything online, make sure you read reviews.…

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A Christmas Wish: Kitchen Appliances

Hello all, here is another of my Christmas Wish posts. I wonder if I will get any of these kitchen appliances from my amazing husband. He knows from reading the previous ones that I’m after a coffee machine or a years subscription box, just because I love getting things through my letterbox or even a few items for the home. But…

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Saving Money With Discount Codes, Vouchers And Freebies

The “freeconomy” in Britain is thriving, with many adults saving roughly £1,200 each year by using vouchers for money off, freebies, special deals and more. A study by Halifax Home Insurance showed how the downturn in the economy has taken our nation of people who are smart about looking for bargains, with about a fifth of the people who were…

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Where to Find Affordable Baby Equipment

Starting a family is an expensive business. In fact it cost’s an average of £3000 for your new arrival in their first year of life. But at the moment life in general is very expensive for everyone. So we are all out to find the best deals we can possible. I know when I found out we were going to…

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