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How A New Type Of Debit Mastercard Is Helping Me Stress Less With Budgeting

  So a few weeks ago I started using a new type of debit MasterCard called Curve. Initially I wasn’t sure how I’d use it, but honestly, as the weeks go by, I have realised exactly how important this type of technology is. Let me show you why.… (P.S. I have a code that gets …

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The Emergency Fund – Your Personal Emergency Service!

In this post, I want to highlight the EMERGENCY FUND. The fund that is ready and waiting to help you “just in case” – a bit like the NHS, but much less overworked! This was one of my favourite savings milestones, because it was the first one I achieved, and therefore is the one I …

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How To Save Money As A Wedding Guest!

    Let’s face it, by the time you hit your 30s, you’ve more than likely been to a wedding. As a guest, we can enjoy the day, being blissfully unaware of the fact that the bride and groom have spent a small fortune, and everyone concerned in the planning and delivery is absolutely exhausted. …

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The Unspoken Costs Of Living With Disability

    Today’s post comes from another blogger called Lilly Cook who runs a site called journalistonwheelz.com. She is a huge inspiration, and I really hope you check out her site! I asked her to write about the financial challenges she faces as a disabled woman – as she says, it’s not fair that she …

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Money Stress – What Could Employers Be Doing To Help?

    Saving is hard work for a lot of us (In fact, 16 million people in the UK have less than £100 in savings!) – it’s much easier to spend money than it is to save it! This is partly down to education, partly down to mindset, and unfortunately, partly down to circumstance in …

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Going To University? Don’t Forget To Add These Things To Your Budget!

    University was a long time ago for me now…. I graduated in 2009. My budgeting is much better today, but back then it was shocking! With new found freedom, and a student loan, the temptation to spend was immense. I just spent how I pleased. I don’t want that to happen to you! …

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Curing the headache of budgeting on multiple incomes

    So far I have talked about budgeting using the money-pie method which is great for when you have one income. When you have multiple incomes, this suddenly becomes confusing – it can then become frustrating and then it’ll make you want to give up doing it completely. And this is not the outcome …

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THE CONNECTION BETWEEN PATIENT CENTRED CARE, MONEY AND BALANCE

The Money “MDT” – The Connection Between Patient Centred Care, Money And Balance

    The MDT I was sat in an MDT meeting yesterday, and I had a sudden realisation – how I manage my money is how exactly like how an MDT runs and I wanted to tell you about it (yes, I am always thinking about you and your money!). For those of you who …

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10 Investing Ideas You Probably Haven’t Thought Of

        So you may be thinking that investing is all “buy-to-let” and “stocks and shares”, and to an extent you’re right! These options for investing are generally the most well known, but what if you don’t have the money to buy a property, or you literally have no clue about business, and …

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Money and Your Mental Health – How Can We Help Eachother?

    So driving in my car this week, I hear on the radio that it is mental health awareness week – which is ironic considering I am working currently in a mental health department and knew nothing about it. I asked my colleagues at work and they also hadn’t realised. Hmmmmm…. So I decided …

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