I grew up in the north where Dads looked after the boys and Mums took care of the girls but still I idolised my father. When I close my eyes and dream of youth, I remember cycling along river beds with him, helping him count out pennies in the family store and a beam stretches across my face when I recall him chasing my friends and me in the garden after a hard day at work.
Dads seem to have the ability to make fabulous memories. View Post
Come in, please, grab a cup of tea, biscuits are on the side.
Nice to meet you.
I’m Jane, author of this blog, which I have set up to try and help me control my excessive spending problem.
I do like to spend money, I like to earn it as well but since spending more time at home with my three kids I get less opportunity to make it than I do spend it which is unfortunate predicament to be in.
This blog will hopefully detail some cheaper ways to eat, but I am not promising anything fancy, highlight any deals that I discover on my quest to be thrifty, and it will tell you about any fab days out and cheap ways to entertain the kids. If I am honest it will also detail my finance disasters and times when I have swerved off the thrifty path…
If you want to know a bit more about why I used to be a spender and how life has turned me into a saver check out the about me page.
Thanks for stopping by.