Win a Captain Smollett's Traditional sweet Box with The Working Parent

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  • #15467

    Anonymous

    Always save for a rainy day,As you never know when something can go wrong and you need a little bit of money šŸ™‚

    #15518

    Anonymous

    Let children help out with little chores it keeps them busy x

    #15715

    Anonymous

    Make the most of time with your children, time flies all too quickly

    #15859

    Anonymous

    Prepare for all tasks/occasions well in advance by saving up points on loyalty cards and using price match!

    #15946

    Anonymous

    Teach your kids to save money from a young age. Even if it is just 50p a week. After a couple of months they will see that they have saved and hopefully they will carry on doing this as they get older.

    #16031

    Anonymous

    It’s nice to be important but it’s more important to be nice.

    #16032

    Anonymous

    Make a budget plan and stick to it, so worth the effort!

    #16034

    Anonymous

    Go grain-free

    #16037

    Anonymous

    Use cash back websites when shopping online.
    http://www.topcashback.co.uk/ref/Robyn297

    #16040

    Anonymous

    turn lights off if no ones in the room and unplug unused appliances, it makes a big difference

    #16041

    Anonymous

    Overpay your mortgage as much as you can afford to

    #16043

    Anonymous

    Always be honest

    #16046

    Anonymous

    Only take enough money for what you want when you go shopping, and never food shop on a empty stomach

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