The Cheapest Thing You’ve Heard Of

Being in the personal finance blogging space, you get to hear about some pretty interesting ways to save money. Most of the time they are all what I would consider good tips/advice, however, recently I was watching the TV and saw some serious tightness in action

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Enjoying The Drive-In

My wife and I recently celebrated our wedding anniversary, and as part of the celebration my wife had the idea that we could head to the drive in (something we hadn’t done since before we had our son)

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The Best Time To Buy Easter Eggs

My wife and I don’t really get into the whole chocolate giving thing that happens at Easter for each other. We do for our little boy, but we both find that the Easter eggs and other assortments of Easter chocolates just cost way too much money for what they are, plus, there are plenty of

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Deciding When To Buy A New Car

I’ve been on vacation for the last week and so what better way to kick things off than to put my wife’s car in for a service. We are pretty good with keeping our cars serviced, so the mechanic we use always gives us their honest opinion on just how far we can stretch things

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Is It Too Late To Change My Career?

The desire to change career paths can come at any age, no matter if you’re fresh out of college or have worked for decades. It can be motivated by many factors – money, ambition, or a sense that you’re not as fulfilled as you could be. Now that LSBF has reported that the UK economy

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The Cost Of Protecting Your Privacy Online

With the Australian Government recently implementing it’s new voyeuristic metadata policy there have been a number of people wondering what this means for their privacy online, and what they can do to limit the governments ability to know every little detail about your life online

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Short Term Pain for Long Term Gain

What are your thoughts on having some short term pain for long term gain when it comes to lifestyle vs income and employment opportunities? What i’m talking about is when people choose jobs where they have to work super hard all the time, but they are compensated with very handsome pay packets for their efforts.

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Don’t Become A Statistic of Generation Rent

Property is currently a hot topic in the UK. One of the main catalysing factors behind the fiery discussion is the now ubiquitous phrase: generation rent. Referring to young adults up to the age of 35 who are unable to get on the property ladder, generation rent is a regrettable reality of modern life. For

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My Health Is A Priority – Is Yours?

I haven’t spoken about this before, but last year I started having stomach pains with semi regular bouts of gastro – I know, thanks for the over share Glen. I wanted to tell you guys this because those symptoms aren’t normal, and by going to the doctor when I did, I may have kept myself

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The Money Spot

If you remember recently I had a post asking for people who were interested in working together on a project. Well, the day has come where the project has started and I can reveal what we are all working on. The website is called The Money Spot and I am working with Michelle from Shop

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New House Update

I realise that I have been mentioning our new house for quite a while now, but I haven’t really posted any updates on progress, so after providing the builder some feedback last week, it reminded me that I should also update things here as well

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Why You Should Start Collecting Leftover Change

If you’re anything like me, your wallet is always being bogged down by lots of coins. It’s not like I have too much money – I wish! It’s more that every time you go out and buy something, there is normally change given, and that change always seems to balloon your wallet

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