Non-Branded November

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This month I am going to be focusing on how you can save money with non-branded items. I’ll be doing a series on posts on here and over on my Instagram account, I’d love for my followers to get involved so below you’ll find some of the things i’ll be focusing on this month for #NonBrandedNovember…

How to Plan a Wedding for less than 5k!

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On Saturday 19th October 2019, my partner Shane and I tied the knot! The day was absolutely amazing; it was everything we wanted it to be and more. When we started planning we set ourselves a budget of five thousand pounds and we managed to come in £68 under!

If you want to know exactly what we spent, scroll down to find out all the costings along with a few wedding snaps.

Simple Slow Cooker Chicken & Chorizo

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Here’s a simple and tasty dish that will feed four for less than a fiver! It’s easy to make and a perfect autumn dish…

Basic Pasta Sauce

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Here is my recipe for the easiest, cheapest and most basic pasta sauce ever!

Discount Dining

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When you are on a debt free or money saving journey, it can sometimes feel like meals out and takeaways are an absolute waste of money. To an extent, they absolutely are! But that didn’t stop me from enjoying good food and dining out…IMG_20190621_222937_060.jpg

Beyond Best Before, Do You Approve?

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Be honest, would you use something that was past its best before date? If you said no, I’m here to try to convince you otherwise. Not only is this a fab way to save money, it’s a way to reduce waste and a way to get the most out of products that are still absolutely fine to use!

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Pet Hair Problems Vamooshed!

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If you’re a fellow pet lover with a hatred of moulted pet hair, then you might want to give this a go…

Becoming a Homeowner – One Year On

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This time last year I was walking into the estate agents to collect the keys to our house. After years of saving and months of paperwork, the moment I collected the keys was actually a huge anticlimax. There were no party poppers or anyone ringing a bell, not even a shake of a hand… the lady simply handed me an envelope containing a key. Despite the lack of ceremony, I was elated that the wait was finally over.

Suddenly that year has flashed by and we have made the house our home. Looking back at the whole process has made me realise that I learnt a lot, so here are my tips for anyone saving to buy, or buying, their first house…