What is Second Hand September?

    Every week, 13 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. Not only is buying second hand a great way to save money but you also help save the planet because it's not supporting... Continue Reading →

Pros and cons of doing an apprenticeship

  What are the pros and cons of doing an apprenticeship whether you're done with studying, or you've had a go at another career? The below was written by the site's previous owner Katie, and I've preserved her story as an eye-opening example of the opportunities apprenticeships can provide. Prefer to watch? Here's a video... Continue Reading →

8 FREE things to do in Summer

  So, it’s Summertime and you have a couple months of freedom. It can be difficult to stay occupied whilst also keeping your bank balance happy so here’s a few ideas of free things to do in summer with friends (or family, or alone). In England, summertime is very unpredictable. If it's sunny and hot... Continue Reading →

UK supermarket price comparison tool

It’s been a little while since my last blog post due to a lack of motivation, but this is something I couldn’t keep to myself and had to share with you. Especially during uncertain times and with many people needing to budget more seriously, I hope this helps. Latest Deals have created a new supermarket... Continue Reading →

Unusual experience days for two – under £50

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! You could even do these experiences with your friends for the perfect ‘Galentines’ or ‘Palentines’ dates! These aren’t necessarily things you must do on Valentine's day or give as a... Continue Reading →

How to invest money (£445,000 by age 55)

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? Jennifer, a 30-something Scottish Working Mum recently released her first book "The Master Money Blueprint:... Continue Reading →

Financial New Year’s Resolutions 2019

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... Continue Reading →

Is it okay to regift presents?

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? I’m guilty of regifting. To be completely honest, I think a lot of people... Continue Reading →

Black Friday deals 2018

This is a short list of Black Friday deals/discounts suitable for the average student. This is a huge assumption, but generally speaking, big discounts on white appliances, fancy electronics and financed cars won’t be of any interest to the standard broke student because they cost hundreds or thousands even with a discount. I cannot guarantee... Continue Reading →

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