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Treat Tease: 3 Ways To A Different Kind of Motivation

Cover photo from unsplash.com This is a contributed post. Full website T&Cs here. Motivation is difficult to find sometimes, especially if it involves going out in the cold for a run, when all you want to do is curl up on the sofa with a blanket! This post, written for thefemalemoneydoctor.com is all about finding …

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How I set my goals for the year ahead

Its that time of year again! The new year can make us acutely aware of how things went for us the year before. It can be a time of positive or negative contemplation. Goal setting has become a favourite task of mine in December/January, and I love having an excuse to buy a new notebook …

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New Year’s Money Resolutions – Tough Love

This post has a collaboration of interesting and helpful articles, including one on sorting out a consolidation loan, which can be handy for helping with debt repayments. I want to stress, this IS NOT a payday loan. I strongly dislike payday loans and think they should be banned. These are the sort that charge extremely …

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Week 1 of the Budgeting Series – “Charity begins at home”

Week 1 Welcome to week 1 of the budgeting series. For the next 7 weeks, I will be discussing a different aspect to think about when it comes to budgeting. I hope that it will give you a new perspective on how you can start dividing up your money so that every bit of it …

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What does a crash diet have to do with being broke?

After looking at my bank account this morning…. …I found myself feeling nervous. I worked out that by the end of the month, I will have less than £1000 in my account, but nowhere near £0 or my overdraft. This stuck me as funny, because only a few years ago, I was REGULARLY in my …

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Your Financial Health – How To Calculate The One Vital Sign You Don’t Want To Miss

    So last week I talked about assets and liabilities. If you didn’t catch that, go and read that first. Its important to know about these two things, because they are going to help you with the next part of the discovering the health of your finances equation – YOUR NET WORTH. If liabilities …

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Improving Your Financial Health Part 1: Assets And Liabilities

    Do You Know Your Vitals? Answer me these questions – what assets do you own? What liabilities do you have? Do you know what your net worth is? If you’re anything like I was 3 years ago, you’ll have no idea what I’m talking about. This is a chunky subject, so I’m splitting …

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A lesson I have learnt about money from the NHS

#last1000days – a Gift from the NHS So last week I had my induction for the start of GP training. Every year the induction process gets more and more tedious – the same “fire-safety” information, how to lift boxes, microbiology, pharmacy…the list goes on. Usually I’m bored out of my brain listening to it all, …

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Living a Champagne Lifestyle on Lemonade Money

Champagne lifestyles…. This is a topic I know A LOT about. I have a sneaky feeling you do too. So what do I mean by living a champagne lifestyle on lemonade money? What I mean is that you live a lifestyle that is far above what you actually bring in every month in your salary. …

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A shoe isn’t “just a shoe” – the trap of emotional spending

Emotional-spending If you’re anything like me, you will have a spending weakness for something – be it shoes, bags, makeup, watches (like my mum), cars or toys for your kids, there will be SOMETHING you can’t resist. For me its shoes. Specifically; high-heeled ones. With red soles. Don’t get me wrong – before this, I …

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