Saving money: Best of the June 2016 money blogs

Saving money June round up UK Money Bloggers

We money bloggers write about a huge variety of money matters – so much so that this month’s round-up has been split into three articles! This one covers their fave posts to help you save money, with tips, tricks and even recipes to cut how much you spend.

Each of the following articles have been picked by the blogger as the top blogpost they published in June 2016.

How to Save Money on a Tight Budget chosen by Esther from Money Nuggets

“Smart tips for saving money if you are just breaking even every month or on a tight budget.”

How to Save Money on a Tight Budget

Free magazines trick chosen by Andy from Be Clever With Your Cash

“The most popular post by far this month, I’ve managed to get access to hundreds of top titles for free, all thanks to my local library.”

Cash hack: free magazines trick, and other ways to save

Oh so sexy chocolate truffles chosen by Hannah at Feast Style Thrive

“This post has probably been most popular this month, and it does have a financial theme in that the recipe is simple and cheap, thereby saving you from spending a fortune on boxes of chocolates for yourself or as gifts. It has certainly saved me a fortune anyway given my ongoing chocolate addiction!”

Oh so sexy chocolate truffles

Engagement rings: the 10 best ways to save money chosen by Karyn from Miss Thrifty

“It’s Wedding Season – which means, contrary to expectation, that it’s the best time of year to get a good deal on an engagement ring. If you are planning to get down on one knee, that is…”

Engagement rings: the 10 best ways to save money

Turkey samosas chosen by Kelly at Reduced Grub

“This was my best post for June, as it has shown that anyone can try ethnic food and it doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive. I tried these out on the nugget and chip squad ( aka….my little boy’s school friends) and I had the big thumbs up.”

Turkey Samosa less than £2 for a large batch !

13 Tricks To Spend Less When Shopping chosen by David from Thinking Thrifty

“Some great tips to make sure you aren’t fooled by the Jedi mind tricks of the retailers!”

13 Tricks To Spend Less When Shopping

Birthday Freebies chosen by Francesca at From Pennies to Pounds

“I’ve done a blog post about things you can get for free on your birthday. There’s actually loads more than I realised before I compiled it! It was my birthday a few weeks ago so it was great to get some freebies!”

Birthday Freebies – More Gifts For Your Birthday, For Free!

High Fat or low fat, where do you stand? chosen by Lesley from Thrifty Lesley

“The post that I have enjoyed the most this month is this one. I was talking about the latest thinking on dietry macro nutrients, current advice is shifting towards low carb, high fat (LCHF) and the post sparked some very interesting comments. It fits in with money as I may have to rethink the nutritional balance of the meal plans I write. Carbs are cheap!”

High fat or low fat, where do you stand?

Free Cinema Tickets chosen by Lisa at My Money Spot

“Having a disability which means you need extra assistance when out and about can become expensive. Here I explain how you are entitled to free cinema tickets for a friend or carer to make going out a little bit easier.”

Free Cinema Tickets

10 Money saving apps chosen by Martyna from Money Saving Girl

10 Money Saving Apps

Office shoes from 99p chosen by Mrs Bargain Hunter

“This one got a lot of interest…really just about some brands having eBay shops and you can get some gear really cheap.”

Office shoes from 99p

*Views expressed in these featured posts are those of individual bloggers and do not necessarily represent UK Money Bloggers or other bloggers in the community*

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