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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 →

Couples’ Cash

How to Manage Money as a Couple

There is no ‘one size fits all’ way for couples to manage their finances. Should you deal with your money separately? Does it make sense for you to manage them jointly? Continue Reading →

Brunch for Your Valentine

International Recipes: Valentine’s Day Brunch

Going out for dinner isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. This 14 February, play Chef Cupid and prepare a brunch for your special someone. Nothing says “I love you” quite like breakfast in pyjamas. Continue Reading →

13 Outings Under £13

13 Dates Under £13

Dates can get expensive, but that doesn’t mean you should stop going on them! If you’re running out of fresh and cheaper ideas for outings, check out these awesome 13 dates. The best part? They’re all under £13! Continue Reading →

Free Time = Fun Time

How to Pick a Hobby for Your Personality

Hobbies are a small reflection of who we are as individuals. And just as each of us is unique, so also will different hobbies appeal to different personalities. Continue Reading →

How to Create a Budget Worksheet in Excel

How to Create A Budget Worksheet in Excel (Video)

Is one of your personal goals to learn how budget your money better? This is the video for you! Learn how to create a budget worksheet on your computer in Excel 2011. Let us show you how in 7 easy steps. Continue Reading →

Free Cardio Activities

5 Free Cardio Activities

Is one of your goals or resolutions for 2015 to increase your physical activity and put more effort towards living a healthy lifestyle? Continue Reading →

International Recipes: Dinner Under 400 Calories

International Recipes: Dinner Under 400 Calories

There’s not much better in life than a big, juicy steak. Except maybe a big, juicy steak topped with caramelized onions and Gorgonzola! Continue Reading →

New Year, New You

12 Tips for a Prosperous 2015

If you’re one of the millions that will make a promise to improve yourself, your relationship or your home — here are 12 tips to help you stick to your 2015 resolutions. Continue Reading →

Money Matters Recap

Money Matters

Credit Scores. You’ve heard the words, but when was the last time someone sat down and explained to you the ins and outs of credit? Take a few minutes to pick up the basics with this incredibly approachable infographic, “A Visual Guide to Credit Scores.” It covers how a credit score is made, how companies use credit scores, and how to monitor and improve your credit score. It’s an informative intro to a complicated topic, and well worth a look!
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Homemade Pizza

International Recipes: Homemade Pizza

Do you love pizza? Who doesn’t! Instead of ordering takeaway pizza, make it yourself at home tonight. We share our sweet and savory recipe in our latest infographic below!

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5-Step Budget Guide

5-Step Budget Guide

While misfortune can happen unexpectedly and debt is sometimes unavoidable, budgeting can certainly help contain it. A budget is an estimate of your income and costs for a set amount of time. Grab a notebook, pen, pay stub, your bills and spend the next 60 minutes creating a budget with this 5-step guide.  Continue Reading →

How to Make Fresh Foods Last Longer

How to Make Fresh Food Last Longer

Do you know how to make fresh food last longer? Unfortunately, we all waste food. Not only is this is a waste of resources and money, it also has negative effects on our water supply and the environment. Our latest infographic shares some tips on how to make your food last longer.  Continue Reading →

How to Save Money in December

How to Save Money in December

If there’s one time of year when it’s easiest to go overboard with spending, it’s December. The parties, the presents, all that holiday paraphernalia – if you don’t mind your budget, you’ll be broke by the time Santa shimmies his caboose down your chimney. You don’t have to go out like a Grinch though.   Continue Reading →

Budgeting During the Holidays

How to Cut Back on Holiday Spending

In 2013, the average consumer in the UK spent £619.89 on gifts throughout the holiday season.1 This year, there is expected to be a 13 billion pound boost! To help you cut back and save some money this year, we have four practical tips for you to try during the holidays.  Continue Reading →

The True Cost of Meat

The True Cost of Meat

Eating meat is expensive, but the cost isn’t limited to the price you pay at the store. Did you know that eating meat also contributes to greenhouse gas emissions, soil erosion and water overuse? And surprisingly, turning vegetarian won’t eliminate these effects — if you still eat cheese, that is. Read on to learn more about the true cost of meat!   Continue Reading →

Mediterranean Fish & Lemon Potatoes

International Recipes: Mediterranean

Mediterranean food has seen a spike in popularity because of its bountiful ingredients and low calorie options. This month, we are showing you how to prepare a very simple dish for two – both delicious and health conscientious. Hope you love fish and potatoes!  Continue Reading →

How to Save Money in November

How to Save Money in November

We’re smack-dab in the thick of autumn when the days are getting shorter and the nights are getting colder. Since you’ll be spending more time at home staying comfy-cozy, it’s not a bad idea to learn a few ways you can maximize your time, energy, and money in anticipation of the big chill.  Continue Reading →

Spooky Halloween Activities

Haunted Halloween Happenings

Halloween is a frightening season! Between the costumes, ghosts and skeletons – it’s easy to get spooked. But maybe you want to get spooked?  Continue Reading →

How to Make a Halloween Costume Series

Step-by-step Halloween Costumes: Moose

All Hallows Eve is an annual celebration of costumes, candy and festivities! Putting on spooky attire and enjoying a frightful night is what Halloween is all about.  Continue Reading →

DIY Fall Home Décor

DIY Fall Home Décor

Autumn is here! The leaves have fallen and the holidays are right around the corner. Do you want to add an autumnal touch to your home before you have a stream of guests? We have come up with these 7 DIY fall-inspired ideas for you to decorate the inside and outside of your home!  Continue Reading →

How to Make a Halloween Costume Series

Step-by-step Halloween Costumes: Bat

All Hallows Eve is an annual celebration of costumes, candy and festivities! Putting on spooky attire and enjoying a frightful night is what Halloween is all about.  Continue Reading →

How to Make a Halloween Costume Series

Step-by-step Halloween Costumes: Bag o’ Jelly Beans

All Hallows Eve is an annual celebration of costumes, candy and festivities! Putting on spooky attire and enjoying a frightful night is what Halloween is all about.  Continue Reading →

Autumnal Apple Porridge

International Recipes: Porridge

World Porridge Day is 10 October 2014! To celebrate this tasty holiday, try making our Autumnal Apple Porridge recipe!  Continue Reading →

How to Save Money in October

How to Save Money in October

If September marks the end of summer fun and the beginning of the back-to-school and holiday rush, October throws us right into the thick of those activities.  Continue Reading →

International Recipes: Coffee

International Recipes: Coffee

Do you love coffee? Here are some international recipes for you to try!   Continue Reading →