It’s time for more amazing posts from your favourite UK Money Bloggers!
OK, I’m a little late with the round up of last month’s round up because I’ve been away on a family holiday but I think you’re going to agree with me when I say that the posts I have to share with you this month are definitely worth the wait!
Let’s get started….
Katy is sharing this post because she loves a Tassimo coffee but wants to save money on the overpriced coffee pod.
Mike is sharing this post because dementia is an increasing problem for families today, and not many people understand how to respond financially.
Lynn is sharing this post about her debt repayment journey. Three month in let’s see how much has been paid off?
Francesca is sharing this post because it is important to look at and adjust your finances when you go through a big life change.
Tightwad Mama is sharing her post on how to stick to Slimming World on a budget. It is possible to lose weight without spending a fortune!
Lee has written a guide to personal finance terms on opposite sides of the Atlantic, to help demystify some of the differences between US and UK money blogging.
Laura is sharing her post on £1 family meals with tips on how to keep your food bill down.
Nick is sharing this post about how to write a Kindle e-book. This can be a great money-making sideline, and it’s easier than you think!
Jenna is sharing a post about helping bloggers figure out when they should and shouldn’t work for free.
Fiona is sharing her post about NHS prescription charges and what you can do to help reduce the cost of them.
Clare is sharing this post because debt is becoming such a common problem, it’s important to think about how we will teach our children to be savvy with their cash
Nicola is sharing her post on success and how it important to celebrate the little things as well as the bigger things.
Emma at The Money Whisperer is sharing her post and vlog on why you should always opt to pay in local currency not GBP when making card payments abroad.
Martyna is sharing this post to encourage you to visit beautiful Cambodia and to share her memories from her honeymoon.
Jane is sharing this post because it is a subject she is very passionate about and if there’s one thing she is determined to do on her Lady Janey mission, it’s to stand up for others.
Michael is sharing this post because so many people are thinking of going from permanent employment to freelancing. Everything you need to know about career progression, compensation, work-life balance etc.
Olly is sharing this post because it continues to surprise his readers what lengths the manufacturers and supermarkets will go to to avoid paying out on their “comparison” policies. Find out how to fight back…
Alison is sharing her list of 35 free or cheap things to do with the kids over the summer holidays.
Sara is sharing this post because remortgaging is one of the simplest ways to save a LOT of money for some people.
Pete is sharing this post as many energy companies are now allowing customers to pre-register for the Warm Home Discount Scheme which could see them receive a £140 discount.
Charlotte is sharing this post because it’s a scheme that not many people know about. Most councils offer free paint to individuals and for community projects.
Eileen is sharing this post because she knows how’s frustrating it is to have teenagers fighting over phone chargers!
Erith is sharing this post because it is never too early to plan for your retirement – it might well be more than one-third of your life. Start saving early and you’ll reap the benefits.
Lesley is sharing this post on bean pates. She came up with over 30 different flavour possibilities for hummus, you can even use cheapy (rinsed) baked beans! Use oil and it’s LCHF, leave it out and it’s almost fat free!
Boost My Budget is sharing this list of over 20 of the top survey sites in the UK. Surveys are a popular and easy way to make money from home, so why not give some of these a try?
And last but not least there’s one from me! Mine is a quick post on how to make a lovely tea cup candle using cheap tealights!
See you next month!