8 Things To Do If You Lose Your Job

Losing your job can be a devastating, life-changing experience. There’s nothing worse than waking up in the morning thinking that you have job security, making the trip into work, and having your life shattered in front of you. Everyone copes with job loss differently; some become depressed while others are capable of picking themselves up and moving on. There’s no right and wrong answer; it’s all about what you personally feel. Of course, there are things everyone can do when… Continue Reading “8 Things To Do If You Lose Your Job”

Planning a Baby on a Budget

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Having a baby is a hugely exciting time in your life, but it can also be a huge learning curve, especially in budgeting. Baby equipment is big business and we all want the best for our children, but it is important to remember that much of it will only be used for a few weeks and isn’t worth spending big money on. Planning a baby on a budget is a challenge, but can be achievable but it is important to… Continue Reading “Planning a Baby on a Budget”

Financial Fitness for Big Families: How to Make Ends Meet with Many Mouths to Feed

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You wouldn’t swap your busy family life for anything but having a large and growing clan presents its challenges and you need to be savvy with every penny if you are going to be able to make ends meet every month. Here is a look at some tips that can help you to keep your finances in the black even when you are responsible for a big family, including how to eat well for less, a smart way to dress… Continue Reading “Financial Fitness for Big Families: How to Make Ends Meet with Many Mouths to Feed”