Every week, 11 million items of clothing end up in landfill. We live in a very wasteful and throwaway culture and Second Hand September is trying to help tackle this.
This is a list of eleven products which are affordable, reusable and eco-friendly alternatives to non-recyclable plastic or single use products. Let’s save money whilst saving the planet!
This blog post is kindly sponsored by Paperclip, a website and app that allows you to buy and sell things locally. I tried out their university marketplace and share my thoughts with you…
This guide is jam-packed with UNIQUE and unusual experience days for two people, all £50 including discount codes to make it even cheaper for you!
This is a guest post by fellow blogger Jennifer Kempson from www.mamafurfur.com, teaching you how to invest money from the age of 18! If the most successful people in the world invest, there might just be something in it, right?
Continue reading “How to invest money (£445,000 by age 55)”
A list of financial New Year’s resolutions that you can choose or adapt to suit your financial situation and lifestyle. Whether you need to make money, save money or improve your budgets in 2019, I’m here to help you put those goals into action!
I’ve also written my own top 3 financial New Year’s resolutions so I can be held accountable as they’re now out there on the internet… Continue reading “Financial New Year’s Resolutions 2019”
I’m going to share with you my 6 favourite ways to consistently get free stuff without surveys (UK) and a summarised list of the freebies I’ve received in 2018.
This roast dinner on a budget includes a 75cl bottle of Chardonnay, 4 mini cans of Coca-Cola and 4 cans of Sprite too…
It’s a question we all wonder…is it bad to regift presents bad? You’re bound to receive a few Christmas presents that you don’t love, so is it okay to regift them or should you keep them and let them gather dust?
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Christmas is less than a month away! Be prepared with this guide of student-friendly (and student budget friendly) stocking fillers under £5. I’ve included current discount codes and let you know if you can use your student discount on these items to help you get them for even cheaper, anything to help you save money.
It’s a great question that many of us don’t quite know the answer to.
You might see some reduced food in the supermarket or you never got round to eating something in the fridge but you don’t want it going to waste.
You should be regularly saving money for so many different reasons (I’ll go into that later on) so I have a list of 5 apps that are completely FREE to download! They’ll help you to save money or track your savings and keep on top of things.
Mobile phones are pretty much essential nowadays but they can be super expensive.
The average spend on mobile contracts in the UK is £45.60 per month, a whopping £547.20 per year. That’s a lot of money! So I’m here to teach you how to get cheap mobile phone deals…
Whether it’s a birthday, housewarming, farewell (or any other occasion) cake, why not go that extra mile and get it personalised?
Gone are the days when you’d stick your arm out to hail a taxi in the middle of the town centre. I have an Uber discount code for you, making your cheaper taxi ride even cheaper!