How to save money when using a lawyer. Remember, lawyers charge by the hour – so here are some tips to reduce the time you spend with them to save.
A list of saving money tips to help you find new ways to save money. Simple, easy to follow steps to save money and tighten your purse strings.
Saving money isn't always easy; if you are reading this, it's likely because you have found yourself in a situation whereby you are looking to improve your money situation and need help in order to get started. We have compiled a list of ways to save money, in fact - we have written 100's of articles on exactly how to save money.
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With New Year’s celebrations out of the way, it is now time to start looking at the year ahead. So what better way to do so, then by looking back at what 2009 meant for me and learning from some of my mistakes! Below are the five things I purchased in 2009 that are probably […]
Back in the day, a Snickers Bar used to be 10 cents. 10 cents I tell you. Now, kids these days spend $2, $3 or $4 on a chocolate bar! How is anyone meant to afford that? Back in the day, a cinema ticket used to be a pittance. You could see a matinee with […]
Ways to save money like your grandparents did back in the day.
Back in the day, I would wake up, have a shower, make a measly attempt at doing a little bit of work and then head out to grab my morning coffee. I live in Leichhardt, the Italian hub of Sydney, so grabbing a morning coffee is more than it sounds. It’s a ritual, the centre […]
The word can’t has crept into my vocabulary. It’s a dreaded word, and makes me feel like a Negative Nelly. I never wanted to be a naysayer. Regardless, I suspect its inclusion in my vocabulary has been long overdue and my finances have suffered from it. It’s a hard thing to grapple with but eventually […]
I wish the word ‘fit’ would stop being applied to so many aspects of my life. I could almost handle the bit where I had to be physically fit. That doesn’t necessarily mean I make any wholehearted attempt to pull on the sweats and pound the footpath, but I understand it’s part of my life […]
Let me guess. You’re over this new age stuff about mantras and chanting and being the change you want to see in the world. You don’t want to find self-fulfillment at the bottom of another wheatgrass shot, or wedged between the tofu fritters on your plate. But you do want to start saving money and […]
Products you can buy to save water. Remember, by saving water you are effectively saving money – every drop costs money.
I find myself constantly wanting to buy things, spend my money and acquire a million different things that I probably don’t actually need. Even though I am saving my money currently for a major trip overseas and my rainy day fund, I still find it hard to resist buying new things for myself. It made […]
Saving money can be difficult at the best of times, life is expensive and in turn I find myself spending overly large sums of money on things and services I don’t really need. The reason I do this, is because I have money available in my account or wallet.
Dont you just love finding money? I do, it is one of the best feelings I can imagine when putting on a jacket that I haven’t worn in a year or more only to discover a handful of gold coins or even notes in the inner pocket. It got me thinking, where else could I […]
Losing weight is difficult and requires willpower and commitment; however it does not necessarily mean having to spend big on expensive food, exercise equipment, gym memberships or weight loss programs. People naturally assume that losing weight is hard, boring and most of all expensive. We believe it can actually be the total opposite. Below, someone […]
There’s a fine line between treating yourself to a small indulgence you clearly deserve and indulging yourself without restraint. A trip to the shopsl to get a manicure can easily turn into a spa manicure plus pedicure followed by a few bangles and a new pair of shoes to show off your perfect tens. With […]
Sometimes you need to accept that saving money will only get you so far. Sometimes we simply are not earning enough and need to find ways to boost our income.