Is the almighty credit card evil? Or is it just misunderstood? We look at why a credit card can be your best friend and your worst enemy. We much prefer being best friends!
A look at the five things you have to know about cars to save money. Previously we have discussed saving money on running your car, today we look at the five priority items that will help you save money on your car. How to drive Sounds plain and simple and you would hope a basic […]
Is attempting to do your own renovations going to cost you more money than if you just hired some cheap contractors out of your local paper? Shannon explores the hidden costs that you may not realise exist.
Building a new home or renovating an existing one. The age old question of what should you do? We look at the costs associated and the potential for issues to arise by using both. A money savers worst nightmare!
Deal A Day websites. We look at the hidden money truths behind these growing websites. We look at Cudo, Ouffer and Spreets and explain how they work and how they can save your money and waste you money.
Holiday money saving tips to ensure you have enough savings for your travels. There is no better feeling than traveling on your own money, not that of a credit card!
How buying meat in bulk can provide you with many meals and reduce the cost per meal significantly. We look at buying in bulk and freezing in separate packaging to allow for more meals.
How I have been eating for less than $2 per day during the working week. Why not save money during the boring working week by just eating plainly and healthily? Save your money for the weekend and fun times instead.
A few quick and easy tips to save money without actually thinking about it. Routines can be a money savers biggest friend and we show you how to get into them.
We look at 5 things you can do with your left over savings. Ranging from paying down debt to turning your $5000 into $14,922.31 instantly!
Ridiculous ways to save money that are only for the true money saving frugal heads out there.
I’m pretty sure I’ve cost my parents every single cent of the million it is estimated it costs to have a child. I’m not proud of it, but I am realistic. I got music lessons, school uniforms and lots of presents at Christmas. I was certainly not a cheap child.
There are a lot of myths out there. Some, like Sam Worthington’s most recent turn as Perseus, are well worth engaging with. Others, like the ones below inspired by Your Credit Advisor, are simply things we tell ourselves to make ourselves feel better. Trouble is, they don’t really make us feel much better and generally […]
As I write this, I must admit to being absolutely starved. Instead of getting off the couch and moving to my fridge, which I estimate the whole of five metres away, I would prefer to sit here in hunger and revel in my laziness. The same goes for paying my phone bills, calling friends I […]
Parents bewail them, grandparents remember them and children appear to not have any of them. Manners. When confronted with a small army of cutlery at a fancy restaurant, what knife should you use? What wine glass for which wine? And should men open doors for women, or is that a faux par? Manners and etiquette […]