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4 things to consider before buying a house on your own

4 things to consider before buying a house on your own

I own a property in the UK that I bought alone a few years ago. Even though I had a boyfriend at the time, he had no interest in co-signing and I didn’t have much interest in getting him on board. Not that I didn’t love him at the time, but I knew it was […]

Changing my life into a healthier me

Changing my life into a healthier me

This is a guest post from Clarisse, my VA, about how a medical scare made her form new healthier habits. Enjoy!  It was a Saturday morning, June 7th, my mom’s birthday, my husband and I decided to treat my mom and the whole family to a Filipino restaurant. When we were all dressed up and […]

Planning head for your summer holiday

Planning ahead for your summer holiday

I am not a planner, more kind of a go with the flow person. But I love to travel, and stretch my hard earned cash further when I do. Which is why I always try to plan ahead for a holiday. No kids? Go in low season For summer holidays, there is peak season, which […]

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How to make frugal Christmas decorations

  As I am not really big on Christmas, I am happy to have my VA Clarisse who is a Christmas enthusiast, talk about frugal Christmas decorations today. Enjoy!   When the months ending in “BER” start, for us it means that Christmas is just around the corner! And when we speak about Christmas, we […]

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Life is how you want to see it

  Credit (great post about looking better on pictures depending on your body type) Recently, we had a huge mirror fitted in the bathroom. It starts at knee level, while the tainted shower door reflects your whole silhouette. The shower door is often open so I rarely use it, while I look at myself in […]

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How to make frugal Christmas decorations

  As I am not really big on Christmas, I am happy to have my VA Clarisse who is a Christmas enthusiast, talk about frugal Christmas decorations today. Enjoy!   When the months ending in “BER” start, for us it means that Christmas is just around the corner! And when we speak about Christmas, we […]

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Reveal the Real Life Version of Bingo with Bingo Mania

Few people outside the expanse of Bingo Mania understand the overture and instigation that the game holds especially for the bingo freaks. Popularly known in the US as more of the senior game, it actually has much more than only fund raising functions. Thanks to today’s new technology where you can easily play live Bingo. […]

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Your Options When Short on Money

  Many members of society find themselves in emergent situations without the funds to satisfy the need. While these people feel stuck or at a loss as to how to get the money they need, they fail to realize the options right in front of them. There are options for everyone, even those with bad […]

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Just Imagine Campaign – A Life without the Lottery

In the last 20 years since the National Lottery started, just by playing the lottery, players have raised £31 billion towards UK based projects and causes. The Just Imagine Campaign by the Lottery Good Causes is to raise awareness of the difference this funding has made for different communities and say thank you to the […]

Changing my life into a healthier me

Changing my life into a healthier me

This is a guest post from Clarisse, my VA, about how a medical scare made her form new healthier habits. Enjoy!  It was a Saturday morning, June 7th, my mom’s birthday, my husband and I decided to treat my mom and the whole family to a Filipino restaurant. When we were all dressed up and […]

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Betting behaviour in the UK

I have always had a mixed relationship with gambling. On one hand, I really enjoy the thrill associated with it when I am in a social setting, but on the other side, I am a pretty sore loser and I dislike seeing my money disappearing before my eyes. My uncle was the first to ever […]

4 things to consider before buying a house on your own

4 things to consider before buying a house on your own

I own a property in the UK that I bought alone a few years ago. Even though I had a boyfriend at the time, he had no interest in co-signing and I didn’t have much interest in getting him on board. Not that I didn’t love him at the time, but I knew it was […]

Unlimited holidays for Virgin employees

Unlimited holidays for Virgin employees? Yeah, sure.

You may be aware that recently Richard Branson announced that all salaried Virgin employees were now able to take as many holidays as they pleased, whenever they wanted. Sounds pretty cool indeed. Actually, a few companies like Netflix already do that, and as a result have seen a boost in productivity. They also get better, […]

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EDF Blue + Price Promise doesn’t keep its promises…

  Yay, you’re in for a mini rant today! I was asked to write a post about negotiating your utility bills recently (actually it is a video, so if you want to see how I should really better remain a writer, knock yourselves out!), and thought it would be a good time to practice what […]

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The Basics of Renting Your Property

Renting your property is a viable alternative to selling. This way, you’ll get a consistent stream of income and you’ll still have the option of selling when the time’s right. If you weren’t considering the idea, though, you’ll have a few questions. Take a look at this guide for all the basics you’ll need to […]