London, England (6 Mar 2015): The irony of Spring is that quite often, the change in seasons can lead to a spring in our step as we embrace the brighter days and emerge from the winter months of January and February.
It’s also a time when people look to take advantage of preparing for the summer months ahead with a renewed sense of optimism. Our frugal living articles and blog posts this month will be dedicated to all things Spring; from understanding and taking advantage of the new types of seasonal food available with our international recipe infographic, to picking up tips for that all-important spring clean before summer.
For anyone with green fingers, we’ll be showcasing how to create a cost-effective garden, so if you’re ambitious, you may even want to grow your own seasonal produce.
Check back in later in the month for tips on successfully achieving a good work-life balance – something that is invaluable in ensuring you take time for you and can appreciate the re-emergence of the sun going in to summer.
Nick Drew, Managing Director of Pounds to Pocket, said, “Providing our customers with relevant and practical content each month is a great way to deliver timely frugal lifestyle hints and money-saving initiatives.
As well as the business services we provide our customers, we also offer tips that may help them make their money go further. Pound Place was developed to be a fun and creative hub of information featuring content to help customers to enjoy their spare time without breaking the bank.
“Outstanding customer service is a cornerstone of our business, and our commitment to our Customer First initiative is reflected in how positive our customers are about the experience they have with Pounds to Pocket – so far this year, on average 90 per cent of our customers said they are happy with the service they received.
“We are always happy to hear from customers if they have suggestions on topics they would like to see covered.”
Customers can stay up to date on Pound Place content and other money-saving tips by liking Pounds to Pocket on Facebook or following on Twitter (@Poundstopocket).