I've always been a real yes man. I would do anything for anyone and I hate to feel like I'm missing out ... fomo is a real thing people! But I have learnt the hard way, that sometimes, it really is about putting yourself first. When I was in college I had a few different … Continue reading Yes man!
Let's be realistic here, my mum has taught me everything I know, but I'm going to focus this blog about money (as I usually try to). My mum is amazing. She works harder than anyone I've ever met and she has created an incredible like for herself. *disclaimer, my parents are together, but this is … Continue reading Things my mum has taught me
Facebook is amazing. It survived the culling of top sites such as bebo, msn and even club penguin, but let's be realistic nobody is really a fan of Facebook. You might scroll through and tag your friend in the off meme, but other than that it's full of old relatives writing utter crap and about … Continue reading The power of Facebook marketplace
Let's talk about side hustles! I think there is a lot of pressure on millennials to do MORE. It's not enough to work full-time, we should have side hustles... we should have ways in which we make MORE money! Do I think this is a good idea? Yeah absolutely! Do I think it's essential? No! … Continue reading Side hustle
Omg. My first review! I moved out of my family home when I was 18 to live with my boyfriend in a little flat. I was the messiest child in the world, I genuinely used to fight with my dad so much about the state of my bedroom; one time he put all of my … Continue reading Reviewing “method” all purpose cleaner
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
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