Firstly, why bother? For a lot of people the availability of credit is important. It helps buy homes, buy cars to help your family travel and in lots of cases provide a way to earn money or points whilst spending via credit cards. I’m not advocating having loads of credit but if you need to Read more about My Top 15 tips on how to improve your credit score (even if you have a healthy bank balance)[…]
This is the second in my blog series focused on women and body confidence. Thank you to the wonderful Carol Hanson from Want Her Outfit for this inspirational and informative guest blog. Carol is a personal stylist whose mission in life is to inspire women who have a wardrobe full of clothes but nothing to wear. She Read more about Women and Money Blog Series – 5 Top Tips to improve your relationship with your wardrobe and save money[…]
Thank you to Luci Olivia from The Frugal Fox for this guest blog. Luci is a UK based money blogger. Raised as a hard tenacious worker, she currently holds a full time professional job, runs an up and coming blog and travels in her spare time. She posts several times a week on how to keep Read more about 4 Ways to be open and honest about your finances[…]
I have decided to write a blog series focused on women, money and body confidence. As a reformed eating disorder sufferer, image consultant and financial coach, I want to share my knowledge, insight, experience with other women, starting with how wasteful a lack of confidence with our body can have a detrimental impact on our Read more about Women and Money Blog Series – 6 style tips to improve your body confidence and save you money[…]
The question on everybody’s lips is how can we make the best money decisions and what is the secret? One of the biggest problems we have is our own money blocks and money habits – and yes everybody has them! So what are they and how can they affect us? My Story My name is Read more about The Secret Truth About Making The Best Money Decisions[…]
What is the biggest regret that people have when they look back on their lives? Not doing something that they had the opportunity to do. Not buying the experience.
One Question that I am asked a lot, is “How do I make better financial decisions?” Firstly, there is no quick fix! Financial decisions are complex. Often we assess the success of a financial decision years later. A staggering 80% of our decisions come from emotional and instinctive thoughts. We are good at making decisions Read more about How to Make Better Financial decisions[…]