Haha, the title of this post is ridiculous. "Living big" - I can assure you I do not live "big", but I live well, I treat myself and I manage on a small budget. Here's my top tips of how... 1. Sign up to Martin Lewis' newsletter. I've said it before and I'll say it … Continue reading Living big on a small budget
I am definitely one to make a New Years resolution - lose weight, start running, save monthly... it never happens! I'm here holding myself accountable, this is my promise to myself that by the end of 2019 I will have saved £1000, HOW I hear you say? Well, here's the plan! I am starting a … Continue reading Money goal for the end of 2019
The last nine months have been tough. I started my masters degree in September. In the UK a Legal Masters combined with an LPC (dw that's not important), costs £10,000ish. The student loan company will lend you £10,000 and no more. So whilst studying full time you have to work out exactly how you're going … Continue reading My budget for the last nine months
Picture this, you're 18 years old, you've decided not to go to university for a year. You're living at home with your parents, have a decent job, and an ad for a 0% credit card with £2000 limit pops up on your laptop. Oh fuck. I was 18 years old when I got my first … Continue reading I got a credit card when I was 18
My first two posts were about saving, I started to feel guilty because this didn't accurately represent the four amazon parcels and 3 Asos parcels that sat at the foot of my bed. So here's a juicy little spending hack coming your way... Sign up to Voucher Codes. Download Voucher Codes. Love Voucher Codes. If … Continue reading Spending Hacks
Good evening everyone, hope you've all had a good day! Before I start on my first tip (that's right, I'm genuinely going to give some advice), I want to talk about my plan with this space. First things first I'd LOVE to stick to a daily upload at 6:00pm UK time. I plan to only … Continue reading My first tip!
I started a blog months ago, I probably started one years ago, but every blog I've ever started has had one focus - money! Making money, earning money, monetising rubbish writing - I have always written rubbish about nothing. I genuinely believe if I started blogging about what I had for dinner, or a good … Continue reading The start of struggling millennial