Changing the way you shop on a day to day basis can help increase your savings massively. Your shopping habits say a lot about you as a person, for example supermarket snobs who only use Waitrose or Marks & Spencer because ‘nothing else is good enough’ – WRONG!
We are huge fans of bargain shopping. If you can get a product for cheaper than in a retail store, we are happy. In this tone, you will find below some bargain shopping tips. Again, as we keep repeating, choose the ones that are relevant to your lifestyle and that are going to work for you! Enjoy!
With the recession digging in deep, more and more people are looking at ways to supplement their income or make a few extra pounds. For many of us, landing a second job simply isn’t possible. Luckily there are lots of others way to supplement your income. Here are some ideas to get you started.
It’s never been easier to be eco-friendly. As well as the environmental benefits this can bring, green solutions can be economical too. We’ve put together some economical and eco-friendly tips to help you save money and the environment.
Home improvements can add value to your home, if they are done correctly. However, the smallest of projects can look intimidating for anyone without experience. Fortunately, we’ve put together a list of four home improvements that can be easily accomplished, and you won’t need to tighten the purse strings. The areas that we’ve focused on around the home are the kitchen and bathroom. When you have finished these projects, your home will have that added pizzazz that it was once lacking.