I love a good sale and I have to share info on the MandM Direct sale. It’s up to 80% off. I am a bit of a fan of the online retailer as it’s got such great brands on there including Converse, Uggs, Firetrap, Levis and Hunter.
Even when they are not in sale I must admit the quality of clothing and footwear is good, as they are mainly from well known brands and unlike some other branded fashion retailers, they cater for men, women and kids, and offer footwear.
I recently got some summer sandals and a sweatshirt, and both arrived promptly, and were packaged well. The sandals were from the online retailer’s well stocked holiday shop. There are Mad Wax Mens Adventure Sandals in black and grey. They are pretty sturdy and at …
Now that the school holidays have started many of you will be jetting off on a summer holiday. There are plenty of apps on your mobile that aim to make your travels smoother whilst you’re mobile.
Whether it’s an app that saves you money, helps you pack, creates a holiday itinerary for you, or keeps all of your travel documents in one place, they all aim to help travellers improve their overall experience.
I just stumbled across a great app which will help you save time and money. The new Visa Travel Tools app gives you bundles of useful information such as the local weather forecast, a handy ATM locator and an easy-to-use currency converter so I can quickly find out how much my purchase actually costs in my home currency.
The exciting part is that the …
Have you ever asked yourself if your children are money smart? Do they know how to handle money sensibly and responsibly? Teaching children how to manage finances is a hugely important skill and a concept that needs to be introduced at an early stage, helping the next generation to develop good money practices before they reach adulthood.
The most important thing when teaching your children about money is to start early; research indicates that children begin to develop their money habits around the age of seven. Kids are incredibly receptive and when talking about developing healthy attitudes, in the same way you might start encouraging them to eat vegetables, you should start to talk to them about money and spending.
So I did a bit of research and found Qwiddle, an new online piggybank …
One of the most exciting times in a couple’s life is the experience their first child brings them. Although, there is a seemingly endless list of everything that needs to be prepared in await of their arrival. The experience could easily become an overwhelming one which is why research and thorough planning should be done well ahead.
With the average cost of raising a child from birth to the age of 21 stands at an estimated £229,251 (ouch!), it’s clear that money saving should be part of the agenda when a new baby comes along.
Planning ahead is crucial in order to create a financially realistic budget in which you can stick too. With use of the baby cost calculator realistic planning is exactly what you are able to do. This interactive app allows you …
Energy bills, as ever, are a hot topic at the moment, and it seems that everyone is trying to cut back on their gas and electricity consumption. But even though it is one of the busiest rooms in a house and one that guzzles the most energy, the kitchen often gets overlooked, as many people believe they can’t save here. But that just simply isn’t the case, and you don’t need to invest in expensive gadgets or make drastic changes to make savings. So here are our top six tips for saving energy and money in the kitchen.
Kitchen appliances produce heat and so a great energy saving tip is to invest in insulation so that none of it is wasted. Cavity wall insulation could save you up to £100 per year on heating expenses …