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…
This post contains lots of the little things I do to save money on a day to day basis. These little things have helped me change my spending habits, pay off debts and save to buy my first house. So if you want to start your debt free or saving journey, start by reading this post!
I know lots of people are sceptical about cashback apps and I’ve heard so many opinions on them from people that have never used them. So I’ve busted five common myths about using cashback apps to hopefully convince you to download one and start saving!
This is a brilliant little hack that is perfect for creating a special gift for Mothers Day, birthdays or for Bridesmaid proposals. My Thrifty trick costs just 89p and looks brilliant… Continue reading “Thrifty Thursday – How to Create a Gift Hamper for Less!”
To celebrate ThriftyClair.com turning 2, I have decided to share a list of what I think are some of the best birthday freebies!
Here are some of the ways I save money on pampering myself that you can do too!
Here are just a few things you can do to pinch the pennies when it comes to everyday spending at the supermarket!