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Loose Change: Why I live to complain

Loose Change is a series of blogposts by members of the UK Money Blogger community where they let loose on a financial issue important to them. This week Scott from The Grumpy Git shares his frustration that people do not know how to complain effectively and seek redress by reinforcing their consumer rights Complaining for […]

Loose Change: Careless marketing can cause hurt

Loose Change is a series of blogposts by members of the UK Money Blogger community where they let loose on a financial issue important to them. This week Cass Bailey from Diary of a Frugal Family shares a letter to the MD of a top mobile phone firm. To whom it may concern, Last year, […]

Say no to single use wrapping paper

Loose Change is a series of blogposts by members of the UK Money Blogger community where they let loose on a financial issue important to them. This week Zoe from ecothriftyliving shares why she wants us to #CutTheWrap this Christmas. —- Have you started thinking about wrapping your Christmas gifts yet? Before you go out […]

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Some #FoodBankAdvent tips for your reverse advent calendars

If you’re thinking of taking part in the #FoodBankAdvent campaign this year and starting your own collection to donate then great! It’s an easy way to make a difference. Here at UK Money Bloggers HQ we’re keen to get as many people as possible involved, and you don’t have to be a money blogger to […]

The SHOMOS returns in 2020

The UK Money Bloggers annual conference and awards is coming back to London in 2020. Show Me The Money Bloggers 6 and the 2020 SHOMOs awards will take place on Saturday 19th September. For the second year, PensionBee are the main sponsor of the conference. Take a look at what happened in 2019: Tickets are […]

#FoodbankAdvent - no one should go hnugry at Christmas - a UK Money Blogger's campaign

No one should go hungry at Christmas – #FoodbankAdvent

This is a guest post by Sara Williams who blogs at Debt Camel, covering everything from improving your credit rating before getting a mortgage to deciding if an IVA is right for you. In one of the richest countries in the world, no one should be hungry at any time of year. But there is […]

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Money bloggers discuss…

Living thrifty and frugal? What is the difference?

I feel the words ‘thrifty’ and ‘frugal’ are very much being used a lot more than ever before but what do they actually mean?  Maria Nedeva who blogs over at The Money Principle, recently took the time ask the UKMB community for their take on what being frugal or thrifty means to them and created […]

UK Money Bloggers Discuss: How to manage your finances and budgeting

This months money chat amongst the UK Money Bloggers community was about budgeting.  We discussed who does it, how do you do it, why do you do it and what tips could we give to those who are not yet doing it! Managing your finances Kirsty at The Money Saving Mum has been super strict for […]

International Women’s Day and a UK Money Bloggers celebration

Unless you were hiding under a rock for most of Friday last week, you will know that March, 8 was International Women’s Day.  To celebrate, women within our community chose to come together to share with you their thoughts, inspirations, recognitions and so much more in a UK Money Bloggers ‘Women Make Money’ IWD campaign. […]

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Blogger profiles

Uk Money Blogger Profile: Brit on a Budget

Tell us about your blog. My blog, www.britonabudget.co.uk was created in March 2018 when I decided I wanted to research ways to boost my income. I was on an apprentice wage of £3.30 an hour which definitely wasn’t enough to pay bills and run a car! I found a few methods that worked for me, and decided […]

UK Money Blogger Profile: Broke Girl in the City

Tell us about your blog. Broke Girl in the City is about how to live a great life in the city on a budget. Why do you write about money? I have been quite rubbish with money over the years. I amassed a lot of debt and wanted to share both the lessons I learned […]

UK Money Blogger Profile: Sawyerr’s House Money Lifestyle

This week we chat to Deborah from Sawyerr’s House Money Lifestyle and discover the reasons she blogs about money, and more! Tell us about your blog. My blog is called Sawyerrs’ House Money Lifestyle. It provides financial education and literacy to young adults and adults through everyday simple tips and tricks which I have tried […]

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Loose Change

Loose Change: Why I live to complain

Loose Change is a series of blogposts by members of the UK Money Blogger community where they let loose on a financial issue important to them. This week Scott from The Grumpy Git shares his frustration that people do not know how to complain effectively and seek redress by reinforcing their consumer rights Complaining for […]

Loose Change: Careless marketing can cause hurt

Loose Change is a series of blogposts by members of the UK Money Blogger community where they let loose on a financial issue important to them. This week Cass Bailey from Diary of a Frugal Family shares a letter to the MD of a top mobile phone firm. To whom it may concern, Last year, […]

Say no to single use wrapping paper

Loose Change is a series of blogposts by members of the UK Money Blogger community where they let loose on a financial issue important to them. This week Zoe from ecothriftyliving shares why she wants us to #CutTheWrap this Christmas. —- Have you started thinking about wrapping your Christmas gifts yet? Before you go out […]

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Twitter chats

Monday Money UK

Decluttering | #MondayMoneyUK

Sometimes we all accumulate too much stuff. And part of the pain of getting rid of excess belongings is the realisation you might have wasted hard earned cash. But decluttering can be good for you and your wallet as our latest #MondayMoneyUK Twitter chat showed. Our host was Hollie from Thrifty Mum and here’s a […]

Monday Money UK

Egg-cellent Easter finances | #MondayMoneyUK

A long weekend, tons of chocolate and family fun, the Easter weekend can be expensive. So this week’s #MondayMoneyUK Twitter chat offers up ways to save. Our host was Eileen from Your Money Sorted. You can read the best tweets below or listen Eileen discussing the chat on Share Radio. Q1 Q1: Never mind Easter […]

Happy new financial year

Happy New Financial Year | #MondayMoneyUK

You thought New Year was reserved for January didn’t you? Perhaps Chinese New Year. Or the Jewish Rosh Hashana. Well, forget all of them as there’s one which is going to have a bigger impact on you and your wallet – the financial new year. What can you expect? For a start, there are no […]

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