Aside from heating and cooling, the kitchen uses the most energy in most homes. The fridge, freezer, microwave, stove, oven and dishwasher all add up, so finding ways to save energy in the kitchen can make a big impact on your energy bills.
It’s no secret that the way you use your home has a huge impact on your energy bills. There are ways to reduce it though, and some of them are so simple you’ve probably never considered them.
We recently sold our first home and I have to tell you, I was shocked at how much it costs to buy and sell a house. All up it cost us close to $30,000 to sell our duplex in Sydney!
Is it time for a money makeover? Today I’m partnering with 10thousandgirl to spread the word about an awesome scholarship they have available for their 6 Week Money Makeover program, which will see 100 women able to complete the program for just $30 (instead of $149).
What if I told you that one take away lunch a week was worth $185,000. Would you be surprised? I was!
Today I’m partnering up with Sinchies to share with you their awesome food pouches. I use reusable food pouches every day with my boys and I’ve tried almost every one on the market. They are fabulous for saving money and knowing exactly what is going into your kids (or your own) tummies.
This week I’m challenging you to spend less on groceries while still eating well, simply by making use of what you already have and reducing waste. In Australia, approximately 20% of the food we buy ends up in the bin.
Have you ever looked at the way a friend or family member manages their money and thought, “I wish I was good with money”?
Well check out these smart money habits today!
Now these might not be the most exciting ways to spend your tax refund, but they will make a positive difference to your long term finances. Look at it as short term pain for long term gain!
At this time of year, many people are giving their credit card a good work out. Here I’ve taken a look at some of the pro’s and con’s of credit cards. Are credit cards good or bad? How can you make them work for you not you for them?
I am often asked how much should you have saved? Well isn’t that the million dollar question (pardon the pun!) But seriously, what is a minimum guide for how much money you should have saved for emergencies?
Can you believe it is only 3 months to Christmas?! The Christmas cakes are out at the shops and soon the catalogues will be in your mailbox. If you are worried about where the money for all the expenses is going to come from, these 6 steps to save $1500 by Christmas will help.
When you prepare for a baby, the first thing that comes to mind isn’t likely to be the cost of private schooling. If you plan to send your child to private school though, it may need to be! Here I’ve outlined some information on the cost of private schooling in Australia and what you can expect from fees to waiting lists and enrolments.
Here I have done the hard work for you and compared unlimited mobile plans to help you find a better deal. I’ve looked at the features of each plan including price, network, availability & contract as well as given you the inside goss on who I chose and why!
Dealing with health insurance is enough to raise most people’s blood pressure. There are so many options and it’s hard to compare. Here I’ve got some simple tips to ensure you are getting the best deal and making the most of your health insurance.