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Back 2 School Shopping for Less

Back 2 School Shopping for Less

Can you believe it’s already time for back-to-school shopping? It’s time for new pens, pencils, notebooks and our personal favourite — clothes! Continue Reading →

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The Pounds to Pocket LoanBuilder

We don’t hide fees at Pounds to Pocket! We want you to know the costs associated with a Pounds to Pocket personal loan. Our LoanBuilder below can help you design the loan you need. Check it out!

Saving on Supplies

How to Save on School Supplies

School is nearly back in session. You know what that means? School supplies! Continue Reading →

Money Matters

5 Financial Lessons to Teach Young Adults

Many of us learn the most important lessons when it’s too late. We also miss some opportunities and make unnecessary financial mistakes by not knowing what our options are. Continue Reading →

Tex-Mex the Whole Family Will Love!

International Recipes: Tex-Mex Salad

If you’re looking to add some zest to suppertime, consider a Tex-Mex recipe! Tex-Mex meals are often filling and flavourful, and Tex-Mex salad is no exception. Continue Reading →

Mid-Summer Party On a Budget

Host A Summer Party for Cheap

At the beginning of summer, you promised yourself you wouldn’t let the season pass by without hosting a party! What if we told you that we could help you organise a mid-summer bash without compromising your budget? Continue Reading →

Snackin’ This Summer

DIY Summer Snacks

Summer is one of our favourite seasons. Between the sunshine and around-the-clock opportunities for fun activities, we love to make the most of every day. One activity we certainly don’t want to spend a lot of time on is cooking! Continue Reading →

Festival Must-Haves

What to Pack for a Music Fest

Music festivals can be a great time, bringing together the bands you love and thousands of likeminded fans for hours or days of tunes. Continue Reading →

Chicken Tikka Burgers

International Recipes: Chicken Tikka Burgers

Chicken tikka is a simple-to-prepare dish in which pieces of chicken are marinated in special spices. Traditionally, this dish is cooked in a clay oven, but it is equally delicious on a barbecue! Continue Reading →

Get Fit for Cheap

5 Ways to Get a Workout Without Gym Fees

It’s important to stay in shape. But with gym membership fees, it can also be expensive! Fortunately, you don’t need to empty your wallet to stay fit. Continue Reading →

10 Dieting & Weight Loss Apps

10 Dieting & Weight Loss Apps

Did you know you could learn how to eat healthy and lose weight with the help of your smartphone? Download these 10 free diet and weight loss apps to start living a healthier lifestyle! Continue Reading →

International Recipe: Shepherd’s Pie

International Recipes: Shepherd’s Pie

Do you enjoy shepherd’s pie? Did you know UK residents have enjoyed it for centuries? Shepherd’s Pie originated in the north of England in the 1700s! Continue Reading →

Juice It Up!

How to Juice On a Budget

Juicing is a simple way to incorporate more fruits and vegetables into your daily diet. Some consider it expensive because it requires purchasing fresh or organic produce, but it is possible to do while sticking to your food budget. Continue Reading →

Spruce Up Your Funds

Spring Clean Your Finances

The sun is shining, the birds are singing and the flowers are in full bloom — it’s definitely spring. Although the season is dwindling and summer is right around the corner, there is still some sprucing up to be done when it comes to your finances. Continue Reading →

Hosting a Successful Garage Sale

How to Organise a Garage Sale

Are you prepared to get your garage organised and sell off your unnecessary and unwanted belongings? Before you donate it, you should host a garage sale!

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Traditional Fresh Fish & Chips

International Recipes: Fish & Chips

Have you been craving something salty and fishy recently? Well you’re in luck, because we have a delicious and traditional fish and chips recipe for you to try this evening! Continue Reading →

Save Some Cash While Traveling!

How to Travel Cheap

Oftentimes, the journey is not the most enjoyable part of traveling — you want to get where you’re going so that you can enjoy yourself! Continue Reading →

Eating Healthy Away From Home

How to Eat Healthy While on Holiday

Are you trying to eat healthier and practice portion control? Don’t let your holiday ruin the progress you have made with a new healthy lifestyle! If you’re taking holiday sometime soon, here are a few applicable tips on maintaining a healthy diet while travelling. Continue Reading →

Best Tips for Travel Budgets

How to Make a Solid Travel Budget

If you’re planning a little summertime travel, it’s probably a good idea to create a travel budget.

3 Five-Ingredient Recipes

International Recipes: 3 Five-Ingredient Recipes

Are you short on time and ingredients but still in the mood for a savoury dish? We have come up with 3 tasty recipes that call for just five ingredients — what else could you possibly want?

Work on Balance

5 Tips to Find a Work-Life Balance

Brits are increasingly aware of the importance of maintaining a healthy work-life balance. However, achieving one may seem like an unattainable feat. The dynamic nature of the economy and fast-paced business environments force many employees to work long hours. So how can you succeed at work without it taking a toll on your personal life? Continue Reading →

Speedier Spring Cleaning in 5 Easy Steps

Speedier Spring Cleaning in 5 Easy Steps

As the season approaches once more to clear out the clutter and spruce up your space, we’ve put together an infographic that features 5 easy tips that will help you keep spring cleaning from turning into summer cleaning! Check it out below.  Continue Reading →

DIY Pantry Staples

International Recipes: 3 Create-Your-Own Food Staples

Do you buy all your kitchen basics at the supermarket? Although it may be quicker to purchase, it may be tastier to prepare some of your pantry staples at home. To get you started, check out these 3 DIY recipes for cheese, milks and butters. Continue Reading →

Building a Budget Garden

How to Create a Garden for Cheap

Spring is right around the corner and this year you’re ready to get acquainted with the soil, seeds and weeds! If you’re ready to get your hands dirty, read on to learn how to create a beautiful and bountiful garden on a budget. Continue Reading →

It’s Time for the Talk

3 Financial Communication Tips to Make Life Easier

Money tends to be a taboo topic of conversation. How much money we make, and the particular ways we spend and save our money, are things we like to keep to ourselves. Likewise, we don’t often ask our friends, family or co-workers about their financial habits. Continue Reading →