5 ways to make birthdays more affordable

Christmas is one area that gets a lot of focus when it comes to preparation and saving, but if you are on a tight budget, birthdays can be an area that gets overlooked financially. This is especially true if you are a parent with children to buy for, as well as a multitude of parties…Read More

6 things I stopped buying to get out of debt

One of the reasons I thought of the name Skinny Spending for my blog was the fact that I needed to put myself on a money diet in order to pay off my credit card and afford to live on a part time wage.   What I didn’t expect to learn upon the way was…Read More

Debt free

We’re debt free- What next?

By the end of April 2019, I hope to have completed Dave Ramsey’s Baby Step 2, which is to have paid off all debt other than the house. I am really pleased at how far we’ve come with this in a short space of time, it has not been without sacrifice but at the same…Read More

How I side hustled over £400 in March 2019

One of my aims for 2019 was to consistently make £300 in side hustles a month. I’m pleased to say that once again in March I have smashed this total! I always get lots of messages on Instagram asking how, so here as usual is the breakdown: Virtual Assistant work – £75 I post on…Read More

5 Insanely Easy Beginner eBay Seller Tips

  Starting to sell on eBay can be a little overwhelming for a total beginner. There are so many professional sellers out there that have a wealth of knowledge, but if you are starting out small just selling a few bits and pieces you might want a different perspective to someone who is selling hundreds…Read More

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