Last week I was considering hiring a skip for the day (at a cost of £90) so that I could clear out some of the junk from my garage and one of my friends pointed out that I didn’t need to pay for a skip when I could arrange a collection from the council for a . . . → Read More: The Thursday Thrifty Tip round up….
A couple of years ago I wrote about how I could make a healthy and filling packed lunch every day for around half of what I would pay for a school dinner and whilst I know that rising prices would have changed the costings a little bit, I can still make a packed lunch for less . . . → Read More: 50 filling and frugal packed lunch ideas….
Anyone with children will know that it’s inevitable that they’ll be invited to birthday parties of their school friends throughout they year – we had three in one weekend last year! I hate giving children money in a card for a present, even though that’s clearly the easiest option but at the same time, to buy . . . → Read More: Thrifty Thursday – Be prepared with a present bag….
It’s that time of the week again and this week, my Money Makeover post is about cutting the cost of your home phone bills. In case you’re wondering, my Money Makeover series is all about reviewing your family’s finances – step by step. With a new set of eyes helping you to see where you could save . . . → Read More: Money Makeover – Cut the cost of your home phone bills….