There are two triggers that drive us to impulse buy: external triggers like advertising and internal ones. Here’s how to bullet-proof yourself against marketing aimed at getting you to impulse buy.
Slow and steady is not so fashionable these days when it comes to creating and furnishing a comfortable home. But it is the more satisfying and economical approach.
Purchasing on credit adds huge interest costs to the original price. Here’s how to save for large purchases on a budget and avoid interest.
Routines not only help you get the stuff done that needs to be done, saving you time and hassle, they can also save you money. Here’s how.
In this article, I get to the bottom of how to save money on the toilet paper. Did you know that the average person uses 20,805 sheets of loo paper per year? Someone had to work that one out.
Other people’s trash can be your treasure if you know where and how to look. This article shares all the great garage sale shopping tips so you can find the best bargains.
Christmas can be a time of big spending. But it doesn’t have to be. You can have a wonderful Christmas on a budget. Here’s how.