Did you know that Fraud cost the people of Britain over £600 million in 2013?
I had no idea that the figure was that high although I do know that fraudsters seem to be getting cleverer by the day if the spoof emails I receive on a daily basis. Some of them are so authentic that it’s . . . → Read More: Protect yourself from Fraud….
Last year, over on my Christmas blog, I started my Activity Advent with the aim of doing one Christmas activity a day throughout December. The only problem was actually finding the time to write up what we did so this year, I thought I’d share all the things we have on our list to try. It’s a . . . → Read More: The Activity Advent – 40 Fun and Frugal things to do at Christmas with the kids….
Yesterday I told you all about what I thought the perfect gifts for girls would be and today it’s the turn of the boys – boys of Master Frugal’s age to be exact, although I’m sure that lots of the presents in this gift guide will go down just as well with . . . → Read More: #FrugalGiftGuide – Boys aged 9+ ….
Like lots of people, I’m not as frugal at Christmas as I am throughout the rest of the year but I do like to make sure that I get the best deals possible and that the presents I buy aren’t going to sit in a drawer or on a shelf gathering dust.
. . . → Read More: #FrugalGiftGuide – Tween and Teen Girls….