Make sure you budget for your eye care

It is easy to let things slide when you first become a parent in regard to your self care. Some things change over time though… …

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10 ways to fitness on a budget

Today – ways to fitness on a budget Ways to fitness on a budget tips Over to our lovely guest poster…Pippa who is here to…

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Mums – sort out your finances!

With the financial year coming to a close, it’s time to give your finances a makeover. If you have debts accumulating and your credit score…

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Top maternity staples on a budget

Today -maternity staples on a budget Restocking your wardrobe with maternity clothes when you become pregnant doesn’t have to cost a fortune. Now that high…

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Profile of a Budgeting Mum: Nicki Cawood

Hi, what’s your name? Nicki Cawood   Any kids? 2 – Kieran is 5years and just finishing his first year at school (GAH!) and Taylor…

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How to use Sainsburys budget calculator

Today –  How to use the Sainsbury’s Finance Budget Calculator The calculator takes you through four easy steps to help you understand where your money…

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Are you stressing over the budget? TIME could be the answer

Whilst motorists and first time buyers may be happy the reality is most people are feeling the pich after a budget littered with cuts. The health…

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It’s been a great week budget wise because…..

  I am budget cheerful this week because… ….. I was able to make my sons world book day outfit for school  of old clothes…

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5 ideas for Valentines Day on a budget

Today – ideas for Valentines Day on a budget   Ideas for Valentines Day on a budget We would all love to make a grand…

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How to boost the family budget

How to boost the family budget – simple tips Do you worry about how to boost the family budget? If, like many of us, your…

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Top Five Tips For a TRADITIONAL Party on a Budget

Thanks to  Louise Plunkett from www.sweetpeaparties.com. Louise is a party expert! Sweet Pea Parties are suppliers of  traditional party supplies, from party bags to bunting.She…

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Surrey – Child/budget friendly days out

Thanks to the lovely Natalie who blogs at Mummyinahurry for this really useful guest post Surrey Days Out I currently live in North Surrey, where…

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Magical, memory-making fruit growing

memory-making fruit growing isa   Sponsered Post  When I was growing up we lived in a tiny terraced with a concrete back yard and we…

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Whatever your budget when you have a little one don’t skimp on the following……

sponsered post These are my top five essential that a child needs that defy a budget……  1. Fruit and vegetables  – it is really important that…

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A money free way to deal with garden pests

Free way to deal with garden pests I am not about to give you lots of organic gardening tips on how to deal with garden…

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C’mon, it’s time to plan the best party on Earth (Earth Day April 22nd)

Best party on Earth –  Earth Day   Earth day is coming soon and you might want to plan a prty. If you child loves to…

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April is ‘going green’ month on baby budgeting

April is ‘going green’ month Budgeting is essentially about reducing what you spend but as a by-product of that you often and usually reduce your…

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Pea in a podcast – (quality freebies!)

Pea in a podcast I have to tell you about a  free resource I have come across called Pea in a podcast www.peainthepodcast.com. It  has over 75 free…

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A Family Art Project

A Family Art Project       I just want to share with you something really beautiful my family do. Each season we make a…

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Can I afford time off with my baby ?

Can I afford time of with my baby ? Here are 5 steps towards doing just that…. 1. Look at your finances What do you…

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