Dress Well and Save Money

Buying new clothing and keeping up-to-date with the latest fashion trends requires some savvy shopping, especially if you’re on a budget. Below, we feature some of the most popular ways to save on fashion. Don’t forget to suggest any more tips and we will include them here.

Slash Your Mobile Bill

Smartphones are a way of life for many people, but all this functionality can prove costly. Our latest article looks at ways to cut the cost of your mobile phone bill, whether you are a seasoned smartphone user, or an occasional talker and texter.

Savvy Christmas Shopping Tips

With Christmas fast approaching, thoughts invariably turn to searching out presents for family and friends. It’s the time of year that has many people in a frenzy. The busy crowds, cold, rainy weather, not to mention office parties to attend. Even after a short while, all this can become overwhelming.

Dine Out For Less

Eating out in restaurants with friends or family is an enjoyable distraction from home cooking. But this often comes at a price. Dining out is hardly the cheapest activity available, especially when you consider drinks, service charges, or tips. All this can add up and impact your bank balance.

Get Fit and Save Money

A healthy lifestyle does not always mean spending lots of money. While some people think getting fit involves committing to a costly gym membership, in reality there are many ways to improve your overall health and fitness. Even if you are considering the benefits of joining a gym, there are still ways to save money.

Get Bargains And Be Safe

Requesting free stuff and other offers can be a fun and rewarding experience, but some caution is recommended, especially if you are new to the world of freebies. Getting product samples delivered to your door, downloading free software, and getting money-off vouchers from established sites can save you money.

How Students Can Save Money

Being a student can be a fun and rewarding time, and aside from exams and coursework, managing finances is among the most challenging aspects a student will face. The cost of living, course materials, accommodation and university fees quickly add up, which means making the most of money is a high priority.