Food can be as expensive as you want it to be. If you don't plan, have a list or shop around then you will always pay more. Savings never fall out of the sky; you have to do a little legwork. I always use an ingredients list for the week or month, spend a… Continue reading £50 a month for food is very possible
I have a large group of nieces and nephews 'young and old' and I love spending time with them. I wear them out and give them back and then they annoy everyone, telling them about their fun Aunty in London. They then say things like 'when I grow up I'm coming to London and I'll live in… Continue reading Child Friendly Day Out in London
I grew up in rural Ireland around strong men and women who taught me some key skills for life - even though I didn’t realise that at the time. I had a Nan called Kate and a neighbour, Hannah, who were both thrifty home cooks. They knew how to lay on a wholesome spread from… Continue reading Thrifty isn’t a dirty word it’s akin to brilliant or clever in my book?