There’s a lot of ingenious ways to save money these days and buying in bulk is just one of them. Did you know you can buy a lot of your household essentials in bulk, potentially saving you a small fortune?
Not convinced? Here, you’ll discover how bulk-buying can save you money in the home.
Out of all the expenses we incur in our life, moving house is probably one of the most expensive. This is because moving doesn’t just involve the cost of buying packing materials and hiring a removal company, it also includes the cost of selling your home, buying a new one, and all the paperwork. For this reason, if you’re planning to move house sometime in the future, you’re probably looking for ways to save as much money as you can.
Luckily, there are a few ways to do just that! The savings range from the big to the small—but every little bit helps right? Today I want to share a few tips on saving money when moving house.
I don’t always meal plan, but when I do I like to go all out. Meal planning is a fantastic way to save time, money and effort. Best of all you get the smug satisfaction of having a meal on hand anytime.
Ask your family what they like to eat
By allowing your family to have input in your decision you can cut down on waste. Everyone has a favourite meal, or two, and involving them is part of the fun. This will also help you avoid having to cook more than one meal for fussy eaters.
Spring is here! I love Spring. My daughter was born on the first full day of Spring back in 2016 and since then I have viewed Spring in a different light. I love seeing nature bursting back into life, seeing more wildlife and just generally getting out and enjoying the wonderful fresh air with my family. Today I want to share with you some ways that you can enjoy Spring – completely free! I spoke to other bloggers recently about their favourite free ways to enjoy Spring.
I’m a real fan of money-saving. If there is a legal way to save money then I’m usually game! I must admit though that I have always been duly paying my £12.50 odd a month for a TV licence without barely a thought. Now that our household budget is as small as it is ever going to get I keep seeing the TV licence listed every month. This has got me wondering – do you need a TV licence?