Money saving tips and hacks

How to do Christmas on a budget (and make it great!)

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How to do Christmas on a budget (and make it great!)

Many of us embark on the festive season with good intentions. Whether we’re trying to do Christmas on a budget, help out charities, dedicate more time to family and friends or make greener choices, there’s always something that we feel we could be doing better.So, whether you're celebrating Christmas this December or enjoying other aspects of the festive season, how can you make this year even more positive? We’ve put our heads together and have come up with some ways that could help us all to cut back, and give back, this festive season. Here goes!

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Money saving tips and hacks

Our ultimate guide to reuse, recycle, repair

We’ve researched the easiest, most effective ways to reuse, recycle and repair your old things and we’re going to share these insights with you here, so dig out the super glue and the needle and thread and read on!

Tips for a cheap night out with girlfriends having bubbly

Money saving tips and hacks

9 ways to have the ultimate cheap night out

With a few clever hacks and a little more pre-planning, we think you can still have an amazing night out on a budget. Read on for our tips and tricks to save you cash when eating, drinking and dancing the night away!

Food storage in glass containers in the kitchen

Money saving tips and hacks

10 food storage hacks that can help your food last longer

Throwing away food that’s past its best is frustrating and disheartening. Money’s tight for so many of us right now and the cost of food is rising all the time. These food storage hacks will prolong the life of your groceries, and save you cash.

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Money saving tips and hacks

Try the No Spend Challenge

Over the past few decades, we’ve all become so very good at consuming. Many of us buy new things so often that we barely notice we’re doing it. Over the past 20 years, the rise of fast fashion, discount supermarkets and online shopping have made it easier to justify blindly consuming. It’s no good for the environment and it’s no good for our bank balances.