For 2020 I’m trying to make more effort for myself. With my Winter skincare mostly. Also, I’m trying to stop having a frizzy birds nest for hair too. It got real bad when I was in bed with the flu over Christmas time! I’ve really whittled down the products that I use in recent years and now I stick to buying the same make-up and skincare over and over as if it works why change things? Today I’ve got a few tips to share to help you save money on beauty products.Continue reading
I’m a fan of takeaways. Who isn’t right?! I love being able to just pop online, order some tasty food and put almost no effort in. However, what I don’t love is that a takeaway just blows our food budget for the week! Over the last few years I have perfected a number of ways to save money on takeaways – and I want to share them with you!
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.
When to comes to buying fruit & vegetables I think they are a real essential. Eating fruit & vegetables regularly throughout the day can help you to be healthier, lose weight, feel stronger and even avoid achy joints and other health issues. Today I want to share with you 8 ways to save money on fruit & vegetables.
AD. If you are the type of person that uses your computer a lot for work or other daily tasks, then you will know that some software can become expensive. It might be that you are using an accounting application to manage your money, or a word processing software for work.