Saving the planet sounds like a virtuous endeavour and if we can ease our own financial burden in the process then all the better. There are many ways to save energy in the home, and the less you consume, the less you pay. What’s not to like? Here are 6 proven ways to start saving
Articles written by Cally Worden
One of the temptations of supermarket shopping is to snap up those multi-buy deals and price reductions that seem so appealing. As you wander around the store the garish marketing materials scream ‘Buy-One-Get-One-Free!’ and ‘3-for -the-Price of 2’ with such silent volume and repetition that you feel like a fool if you walk on by.
Part of growing up is about learning to set your own personal limits and boundaries. The relative independence of the teenage years earmarks this period in your child’s life, as the one when it’s time to push and test those limits to find a comfortable new norm. Unfortunately this generally involves your teen exposing themselves
Exhilarating, romantic and potentially damaging and destructive – an affair can be appealing if you are unhappy in your relationship, but it’s almost inevitable that someone will get hurt as a result of your dalliances in the long-run. Whether this potential fallout is worth it is something only you can decide – plenty of happy
Do you know about all of the benefits you could be entitled to if you are on a low income? Despite the ‘Universal Credit’ system giving the impression that all benefits are rolled into one this is not the case. It replaces only Income-Based Job Seeker’s Allowance and Income Related Employment and Support Allowances, Income
A relatively new addition to the ‘Super-Food’ category, coconut oil is made up of a unique combination of fatty acids that can be hugely beneficial to your health. If the hype has left you a little sceptical, here some of the main benefits that have proven to be derived from coconut oil. Time to pop