Organise Your Wardrobe for Autumn

Organise Your Wardrobe for Autumn

It’s always sad when summer comes to its end, but one of the positive things is that feeling of new beginnings that accompanies back-to-school time. Even if it’s been decades…

Organise Your Wardrobe for Autumn
Late Deals on Summer Holidays

Late Deals on Summer Holidays

August is coming to its end, and whilst that means summer's end as well (noooo!!) that doesn't mean it's too late for a holiday. If you're still trying to find…

Late Deals on Summer Holidays
Most Pampered City in UK

Most Pampered City in UK

Beauty products are burning more of a hole in our finances than ever before! Looking good has never been so expensive! So we asked which city wins at spending time…

Most Pampered City in UK
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07 Jun

What makes a merchant a good one for a frugal shopper? It is just a good deal? No, of course not. It’s a great deal combined with good selection, high-quality offerings and a terrific variety in terms of product selection. Here are ten of the hottest new merchants on our site for the week beginning 31st May 2010. 1) Flexicover….

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03 Jun

At the beginning of the year we issued a challenge for you to try to save money every single month out of the year. We set a modest goal of saving at least £750 ($1200) in 2010. If you’ve been keeping up with the monthly challenges then you’ve saved money by turning off the heat, quitting the gym, going on a diet, giving up your…

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03 Jun

Did you know that only about 1% of the vouchers that are printed out by manufacturers are actually redeemed? This leaves billions that go un-used. Some savvy community-minded folks are starting to realize that they can do something about this that will help others in their area. Groups are forming that collect vouchers and donate them to families in need…

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03 Jun

You will be hard pushed to try and spend any of the money used to create the following 10 artistic creations. However the awesome quality of these pieces makes it hard for us to suggest this is a total waste of money! It’s been said that “true art is priceless”. The following artists took the saying to heart… and went…

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02 Jun

The DIY movement is a terrific thing. Learning how to “do-it-yourself” offers many benefits. It gives you a sense of pride and accomplishment. It makes you understand how much work goes into something and therefore to appreciate it more. And yes, it can save you money. Saving money is one of the leading reasons that people choose to do things…

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02 Jun

Clothes, concerts, credit reports … We’ve got discounts on all of them for you. Here are ten of the hottest new merchants added to our site recently. 1) Fossil. Vintage items are hot right now. You can give a nod to eras of the past while looking trendy today when you wear vintage clothing and accessories. Fossil has exactly what…

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29 May

One of the hottest new trends happening right now is urban farming. This involves carving out space in urban environments in order to grow food. There are many great reasons that you might want to get engaged in this trend. One of the reasons is, of course, because urban farming has the potential to save you money. This guide provides…

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24 May

One way that consumers can reduce their annual spending is to bundle services that they currently receive separate bills for. A popular package is to bundle home broadband services with digital television and a home phone. These three bills then become one bill and you save money on the total cost of all three services. In fact, you can save…

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19 May

We are in the midst of springtime. This is a terrific season for so many reasons. A core reason that spring is a great time of year is because it is the cheapest season out of the four seasons. Don’t believe it? Here’s a look at 20 reasons why springtime is the cheapest time of year: You don’t need heat…

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19 May

People who are living on a pension or retirement income are definitely people who have to budget their money carefully. These people are typically living on a limited fixed income. The costs of daily expenses like food and utility might rise but their retirement income does not rise accordingly. That’s why it’s so important for pensioners to find ways to…

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18 May

Do you ever daydream about how you could get enough money to never have to worry about money again? Winning the lottery and getting away with robbing a bank are two of the most common fantasies that people have about getting rich. Of course, most people learn to live frugally and don’t ever experience either of these things. Nevertheless, there…

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16 May

Amusement parks are a constant source of argument between children and parents every summer. Kids want to go enjoy the rides and games either locally or during vacations. Parents feel like the overpriced food, long lines and pricey tickets make amusement parks a last-choice stop for summer fun. What’s the happy medium here? Well, amusement parks are admittedly part of…

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14 May

The price of books seems like it keeps going up as more and more people turn to the Internet for their information. However, it is possible to find books for free or to get them at a very low cost. More importantly, books themselves actually have the potential to save you money. They provide entertainment, education and escape without costing…

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12 May

Your rent or mortgage is probably the biggest expense that you have to pay each month. If you could find a way to completely eliminate that payment then you would end up saving a lot of money each year. But unless you are planning on moving back in with Mom and Dad, how are you going to get away with…

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09 May

We’re entering the 5th month of our 2010 money-saving challenge. So far we’ve encouraged you to reduce spending by turning off the heat in your home, quitting the gym, going on a diet and giving up your TV. If you’ve done all of that then you should have saved at least £240 ($400) so far this year. If you didn’t…

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