When planning a wedding, the largest part of the budget will more than likely be assigned to the wedding venue so there is a lot of pressure to make sure that you’re getting the best value for money and making your money go as far as it possibly can. The average cost of a wedding in the U.K is now a whopping £27,00 – increasing significantly from previous years.
Plannning on starting a blog? Here are my five golden rules to choosing a blog name
Blogging is the ultimate side hustle. Yes it takes determination, dedication and hard work, especially if you plan to make a full time income from it. However, it is also very rewarding and I am currently lucky enough to call it main job and my main source of income.
Curbing Winter Heating Bills: How to Slow the Cash Flow
Since winter began, fresh warnings of snow and ice have plagued the residents of Somerset on a regular basis. It is rare to turn on the weather forecast without promises of bitter conditions and the potential for sub-zero temperatures — and it’s not surprising. With sharp winds biting at your ankles every time you leave the house, and freezing winter weather starting to creep its way inside, many have already had their central heating hard at work trying to beat the chill.
Finding the right hosting for your blog or business can be tricky. I recently moved to Lyrical Host and wanted to share my experience so far, which on the whole has been pretty positive.
Like most people, as I’ve gotten older my taste in clothing has gradually changed. And with that I’ve found my tastes getting more expensive. As you get older I definitely think you start veering towards more expensive pieces that will last rather than throwaway fashion from places like Primark. Don’t get me wrong, I still love to shop at Primark but I tend to pick up a few bit and bobs rather than replacing my entire wardrobe.
This post is all about how to save money when buying clothes at Fat Face.
Christmas can easily become the most expensive time of the year, but there are plenty of ways to make your pennies and pounds go further in the run-up to the festive season. In this post, I am going to share my tips for being extra thrifty over the Christmas period so you’ll be quids in by January 1st.
Today I have Guest Post from Claudia, also known as Claude, who is a costume maker and lover of all things vintage. She is completely obsessed with vintage and retro fashion styles and loves all eras, from the Renaissance to the New Romantics. Claudia’s personal style is something she likes to call 1940s Land Girl and she loves the wartime theme of make do and mend – definitely something we could all do a little more of!
If you’re thinking it’s too late to save money on Christmas you’d be wrong. Even though the big day is a mere few weeks away there is still plenty you can do to save some cash. This post contains my ultimate list of Last Minute Christmas Savings ideas – from gifts on super tight budget to saving money on the all-important big Christmas food shop.