If you see people walking down the street, looking like zombies, feverishly comparing the colours of tiles as they wander the halls of Bunnings, chances are you’re looking at another casualty in the renovation war. Here’s why spending money, and spending it on the right things, is a necessity.
Renting can be a great housing option. Here are a couple of tips on saving money while renting, inspired by Angela Self’s article on Globe and Mail.
We discovered recently that we are expecting a bub. After I picked my partner up off the floor, we suddenly released we need a savings plan to put into action. Here we look at how to get a good savings account going for your pending child birth.
School holidays are soon approaching. We look at inexpensive hobbies for your kids to keep them happy, entertained and most importantly away from your wallet!
Renovating the bathroom can be costly! So how on earth can you save money on such expensive things? The tricks are pretty simple.
Sometimes the best places to look to when trying to save money are the most easily available. Your home is what eats most of your money. Fix it!
Tips on how to save money on cleaning products. We look at ways to reduce the cost of buying cleaning products and minimise your shopping bill each month by removing the need for pricey cleaning products.
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.
I knew actually having a child was expensive. That I could understand- the doctor’s visits, the school fees, the packed lunches. But apparently even getting pregnant is an expensive business. Here are some tips.
Adolescence is a time of independence and experimentation. In other words, it’s a time of infinite stress, late nights and slamming doors for all people unfortunate enough to be attempting to parent a teenager.