There are hundreds of money bloggers in the UK, so there’s a good chance you’ve missed out on one or two of the following ten blogposts. Each has been selected by the blogger as their top post for February 2016.
Zoe Morrison – Introducing a new concept – upusing!
I picked this because I think there is a lot of untapped potential for upusing and it can save money!
Lotty Burns – Free B&Q unsold stock
I found this pretty unknown trick. It was really popular on social
Andy Webb – Happy 2nd Birthday Be Clever With Your Cash
Kalpana Fitzpatrick – How £31 a week can give your child financial freedom
A super popular post and an educational one, because people don’t really understand investment ISAs and how they can save for their children!
Esther Mukoro – What is a credit score?
I wrote an post on Credit Score which was very in depth yet easy to understand. I am sure most people will find it useful.
Lynn James – How I made £1,000 on Topcashback
This was my most popular post in February, demistifying the world of cashback.
Lesley Negus – Fiery Spiced Potatoes
I picked this one for Fiery Spiced Potatoes as it is a typical recipe testing process for the blog, with a cheap meal at the end of it . Many readers are learning, along with myself, on how to use spices in their meals.
Sara Williams – Payday lenders – email addresses for complaints<
If you are wondering who would would want email addresses for 50+ payday lenders – the answer is the tens of thousands of people that might be able to get refunds for “unaffordable loans”.
Martyna Elster – How to save about £2,000 in a year
I keep coming back to this post myself when I set up another bank account so it may be useful for other readers as well.