Marie Ellis is the Founder & Editor of brokegirlinthecity.com. Documenting her personal journey through life in London and paying off a massive 35k worth of debt.
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A regular contributor to BBC Radio 5 Live. I chat with Laura Whitmore on BBC Radio 5, offering my top money tips and fun things to do on a budget!
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Let my or these stories inspire you to make changes and pay off the debt. Release the stress of debt and become debt-free as I did.
Over to Marie from the Broke Girl In The City to share her story. This is an honest and inspiring story of real-life specifics of debt. And a happy ending with Marie clearing her debt in full and experiencing financial freedom.
Marie Ellis of Broke Girl In The Cityis an expert when it comes to frugal socialising in London, but her tips can be applied in many other cities across the UK. A feature I wrote for The Female Money Doctor.
Joleisa ran a series of interviews interviewing money bloggers to learn about their money failures before they become money savvy. My interview.
Christmas is already an expensive time of year, let alone if you are someone who likes to go out and about in the run-up to Christmas too. Whether you are planning to go ice skating, visit your local Christmas market, or even pay a visit to Father Christmas, the cost of doing so can often be quite high, leaving some of us out of pocket. Because of this, I am joined by Marie, who runs her blog, Broke Girl in the City, to discuss how we can all enjoy the Christmas festivities on a budget!
“In this conversation, we talk about Marie’s top tips on navigating debt and the power of micro habits in getting back on track with the finances. We also look at how money matters can spiral out of control and then dissect how Marie beat the problem with her healthy approach to financial practices.”