On a Budget

On a Budget

  Payday is a mixed bag. It's exciting seeing your salary briefly sitting in your bank account, making you feel like the richest girl in the world.   THE MILKY BARS ARE ON ME The rush of spending on Payday weekend is exhilarating, but...
Wonga have to be one of the most known pay-day loan companies. After weeks of speculation about it future, it fell into administration. Let's look at what happened. What Wonga have said A statement released by the Wonga Group on Thursday...
MyFilmClub® App Launch Given the size of the UK film industry. You'd think someone would've found a way to make cinema-going more connected by now. To have taken our national love of film and made it social. Surprisingly not. Therefore, we...
UK’s Private Renters must work for 11 days every month to pay their rent and reach #RENTFREEDOMDAY Research reveals the towns where tenants work longest to pay their rent. On average the nation’s ten million strong army of tenants(1) who rent...
  Lent follows Shrove Tuesday, Pancake Day, where people around the world decide what to give up for 40 days. A Christian tradition, Lent is symbolic of the time when Jesus fasted for 40 days and 40 nights in the desert...
Whatever your motive, whether you are a first jobber or are moving to advance your career, you will love living in the city! Living and working in the city is expensive. After you put that first deposit down together with most...
Prescriptions increased on 1 April 2018 in England to £8.80. If you are one of those people who are never ill, there is no need to read on. If you are like me however and need regular medication (I...
The Maldives tops Brit's bucket list According to Coca-Cola, the Maldives tops Brit's bucket list of holiday destinations. Many of this year (myself included) are not planning a summer holiday due to financial reasons. Anywhere hot, by the beach, would...
  Freshers Week has to be the best week of the academic year. So we thought we would dedicate this blog post to all the freshers who have moved to the city and provide some essential information for your first...
Naively, I moved to London when I was 18 thinking I could take on the world and live as an adult. What I didn’t realise was what a stupid decision financially that was. ‘Let’s go live in the most...
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