When my two were younger we seemed to go through an endless amount of nappies each week. There was a point where both of mine were in nappies at the same time and I just seemed to spend my life buying more. Thankfully we are now well past the nappies stage but I recently came across something which I thought would interest parents still in that stage. Read More »How to Turn Nappies into Rewards with Pampers Club
This week I’m bringing you Thrifty Thursday from the water, hopefully we’re currently somewhere off the Cornwall coast, perhaps Fowey or Falmouth. It is our first ‘unplugged’ holiday of the year and is very much needed. No wifi, no 3G, no laptop just sun, sea and plenty of fresh air. Here’s a shot from last years trip, hopefully we are having the same weather as then, it was gorgeous!Read More »Thrifty Thursday: June 2016
Are you planning a holiday in Devon this year? Recently I have come across some fantastic deals ranging from cheap holidays to days out in Devon. Today I thought I would share them with you. Why not grab yourself a bargain today?Read More »Deals for Holidays, Food & Days Out in Devon
I’m currently sat here trying to think what I have done over the last month to be thrifty and the answer to that is nothing really that significant other than the normal monthly thrifty things we do. I did manage to get some more school uniform bits for the kiddies at the second hand uniform sale which saved me around £60 which I’m pleased about. We’ve been using up our leftovers to save on our weekly food shop but we do that every week.Read More »Thrifty Thursday – May 2016
One thing that the kiddies and I really enjoy doing together is going on foraging adventures. As it’s Spring at the moment we decided to go on a hunt for some wild garlic with the intention of making a wild garlic pesto. On a recent dog walk we came across a load of wild garlic growing along the bank of a canal so we decided to head back there but this time armed with a bag for our goodies.Read More »Foraging: Wild Garlic Pesto
Anyone that knows me or reads my blog knows that I love a bargain and I get a huge amount of enjoyment out of finding the best deals around; in fact these days we very rarely buy anything at full price, that’s why when I hear about events such as Pampers Wonder Week I more than happy to share with others.Read More »Save Money with Pampers Wonder Week
If your next car needs to cater more for your kids than your MPH, then clearly you’ll be shopping in a certain market. It’s a switch many motorists have to make. Perhaps they’re expecting a new arrival– or maybe one of their children is growing up and already starting to think about studying for the theory and practical test and they want a car they can learn in.
Whatever stage of your family’s development you’re at, it’s important to know how to get the best deal on a new motor.Read More »Time to Upgrade Your Family Car? Five Ways You Can Save Money
Where is this year going? It cannot possibly be March already. It’s the beginning of the month yet again which means it’s time for another Thrifty Thursday.
This month I thought I would share with you some last minute Mother’s Day deals for anyone, like me, who leaves it to the last minute and then panic buys. Please say I’m not the only one?
I’ve picked out some of my favourite deals for you…Read More »Thrifty Thursday – Last Minute Mother’s Day Deals
One of the issues with living in a brand new house is that you have to start from scratch, there are no toilet roll holders, no towel rails and no curtain poles. The problem is that all these things add up and before you know it you could be spending out more than you budgeted for on what I would class as the basics of home decor.
The main thing that I have been putting off in our home is dressing the windows. We’ve put up curtains in all of the rooms that needed them such as the bedrooms and the living room but all of the other rooms still have windows with nothing on them, which by the way drives me insane. They just don’t look right bare!
It’s the first Thursday of the month which means it’s time for another Thrifty Thursday linky. I can’t quite believe that it is February already, looks like this year is going to fly by like all of the rest.
We’ve been fairly thrifty throughout January although it was our son’s birthday which always seems to cost a bit no matter what you do. We opted to have a joint party with one of his school friends; by doing it that way we split the cost equally between the two families which worked out really well. It enabled us to get a magician for the party and have the ‘gold package’ which included extras such as balloon modelling and party bags.