We all love the leisurely side to our gardens; kicking back, relaxing and enjoying the sun on those rare British summer days. But when it comes to finding the time and money to maintain it, we’re not so keen. Often neglected, the garden tends to be thought of as the least important area of the home. However, as the first impression for our guests, do we really want to greet them with an overhaul of weeds and overgrown grass? Thought not – so how can we save money on maintenance? View Post

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Like most animals, humans find it much easier to complete tasks if they know they will feel good at the end of it. Whether this is being satisfied with the results, or enjoying a reward which comes along with it, it’s important to feel like you’re getting something out of your work. View Post


A roof over your head is up there in the list of the most important investments you’ll make in your life, so it is natural you’ll want to invest in something that is going to meet all your current and future needs. However, if you are currently weighing up the prospect of buying a smaller home to get on the property ladder early, and waiting it out for your dream home, the former could be your smarter move. View Post

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If you’ve decided that 2018 is the year that you’re finally going to knuckle down and start getting serious about saving, but you’re already finding it tough to send a good proportion of your salary off to your savings account instead of spending it, check out these ideas for making saving much easier in 2018: View Post