How financially savvy are you? Or rather, how savvy do you think you are? We all know there are many good habits we could be doing to improve our finances, but how often do we do these regularly? With bills rising and wage increases lagging behind somewhat, there has never been more pressure on household … Continue reading 5 good money habits for peace of mind
If you own a food shop, you know all about buying wholesale. However, if you are a standard consumer like me, thinking about buying wholesale isn’t usually on our minds. What if I told you that buying wholesale could save you both money and time? Now it sounds better, right? There are actually many places … Continue reading Best healthy foods to buy from UK food wholesalers
Being healthy doesn’t just make you feel great and in turn, look great, it is actually a cost-effective way of living! Many people think leading a healthy lifestyle is expensive, but you can actually save money, especially in the long run, by being healthy. Here’s how. Save money on food by making healthy eating choices … Continue reading Why leading a healthy lifestyle can save you money
A very important question we should all consider is whether we'd be able to cope financially should we, or the chief income earner in our household, become unable to work due to an illness or disability. It is for this reason that we should consider disability insurance, sometimes known as income protection, for ourselves or … Continue reading Is disability insurance worth the cost?
By now you should realise the importance of life insurance even if you are healthy and especially if you are a new parent, but which option should you pick? There are so many different types of life insurance out there that it can be confusing to know which is best for you. Today I'm going … Continue reading What is increasing term life insurance?
I heard a tragic story the other day. A mother of six passed away from cancer only three months after her sixth baby was born. The poor six children and their father are now left without a mother and a wife, both grieving and struggling financially. It’s such an awful situation and when I mentioned … Continue reading Why life insurance for new parents is so important
Did you realise that if you have certain health conditions you must tell your local driving authority such as the DVLA in the UK, and you may need to declare it when applying for car insurance, otherwise it could invalidate your policy? Not only that, but it could even lead to prosecution if you fail … Continue reading What are notifiable medical conditions for car insurance?
Today we are going to look at the benefits of paying for private healthcare, if you can afford to. Of course not everyone can afford private healthcare so this article is for those who can or who are considering whether it’s worth it. Read on to learn why people pay for private healthcare and what … Continue reading Is it worth paying for private healthcare?
More so than ever, it’s time to realise the importance of your health. We all know that living a healthy lifestyle has various benefits, helping to protect from more serious diseases and illnesses, while also helping us live stronger and longer. Living a healthier lifestyle becomes easier when you do it as a family, and … Continue reading 4 ways of investing in your family’s health
Watching your parents get older is difficult but it’s something that we all have to go through eventually. They cared for you when you were young and now it’s your turn to look after them. Supporting them and helping them adapt to their old age will allow them to maintain their independence for as long … Continue reading Adding up the cost of caring for your elderly parents
January has been and gone and we are now well and truly into this New Year. Many of us will have made resolutions for the New Year and whether we continue with them is another thing! One important thing to do before the year disappears anymore is to review our life admin and get on … Continue reading Life admin checklist: 10 ways to get your life admin in check
Our lives can often seem overwhelming with the never-ending to-do lists we create ourselves to manage our families, households, work and social lives. There are insurances to renew, bills to pay, finances to budget. Mixed with never-ending alerts on our phones with messages from numerous social media apps and all sorts of messaging services, we … Continue reading The end-of life prep you should stop avoiding