Unfortunately, there is no reward for loyalty when it comes to renewing your car or house insurance and your premium will usually rise considerably each year if you stay with the same company. It is a little time-consuming, but with a bit of work, there are big money savings to be made when you know … Continue reading How we Saved over £1000 when Renewing our Home & Car Insurance
"Pinch and a Punch, it's the first of the month!" Let's face it you will still hear someone say that or at least comment when it's the first of the month. Use it to act as a reminder to do those regular checks and services that are so easy to forget - such as cleaning out your … Continue reading Pinch and a Punch, it’s the First of the Month!
You may have seen mutterings about changing algorithms on social media with all sorts of chain messages about how to make sure you see your friends' and pages' posts. Here I aim to dispel some of the myths and show you how to get the most from your social media pages. This is written with … Continue reading How to Get the Most from Blogs & Social Media
Like many people, I tend to read most of my books on Kindle and listen to music on my iPod, so I now buy Ebooks and mp3s. I have been an Amazon Prime customer for a couple of years now and use it not only for free deliveries but for the TV programmes and photo … Continue reading How to get FREE books, music and films legally
For years I have loved mooching around a car boot sale on a Sunday morning, but when it comes to selling at them it can be a different matter. It can be quite stressful if you’re not prepared. I usually do one or two a year. Here are a few tips for surviving the car … Continue reading How to Survive a Car Boot Sale
My complete guide to saving money on your shopping There are four main ways to save money on your shopping and they are: couponing, cashback, loyalty cards and being a savvy shopper. Below I have gone into more detail of how to get the best deals. £££££££££££ COUPONING - The UK is never going to compete with … Continue reading How to be a Savvy Shopper – my Complete Guide to Couponing, Cashback & Loyalty Cards
Many houses that were built in the 1970s had windows built in above the door frames to add more light into dark hallways. These were known as borrowed lights or sometimes fanlights depending on what part of the country you come from. They are effective in the daytime but irritating at night as the other … Continue reading How to Cover up Borrowed Lights/Interior Windows