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Kerry

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Name:
Money Saving Journeys
Category:
Lifestyle
Tags:
Saving money, making money, budget travel, frugal food, family, organisation, blogging, social media
Start Year:
2016

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Net worth:
$20,000.00
Location:
United Kingdom
Age:
Unspecified
Race:
White
Gender:
Female
Life stage:
DIK (Dual Income, Kids)
Profession:
Secretary
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Latest Blog Posts

To all you savers out there, find out how you can use Black Friday to purchase items which will continue saving you money in the long term.  Use Black Friday to make long term savings! What is Black Friday' Black Friday is the name given to the first shopping day after Thanksgiving.  It signifies the […] The post Use Black Friday to Make Long Term Savings appeared first on Money Saving ...
Posted: Nov 19 2017 @ 11:30 PM
Welcome to the weekly SHARE YOUR MEAL PLAN linky. Each week I will be sharing my meal plan and I'd love you to share yours.   I even have a free meal planner you can download. Bloggers are also welcome to join in using the Inlinkz link below. Share Your Meal Plan Linky - 16 November […] The post Share Your Meal Plan Linky – 16 November 2017 appeared first on Money ...
Posted: Nov 15 2017 @ 11:30 PM
Welcome to my series of 'Real Life Debt Stories'. The series is dependent on you sharing your stories, so if you are interested I'd love it if you'd complete this questionnaire. There are just 10 questions. REAL LIFE DEBT STORIES - FATHER WITH CENTS This week's Real Life Debt Stories - Father With Cents.  Father […] The post Real Life Debt Stories – Father with Cents appeared first on Money Saving ...
Posted: Nov 14 2017 @ 11:30 PM
This week we are looking at how you can use the Interest Rate Method for paying down debt.  This method works in a different way to the Snowball Method and takes a more mathematical approach. Repaying Debt using the Interest Rate Method As with any method of debt repayment, it does assume that you have […] The post Repaying Debt Using the Interest Rate Method appeared first on Money Saving Journeys. ...
Posted: Nov 12 2017 @ 11:30 PM
Welcome to the weekly SHARE YOUR MEAL PLAN link up. Each week I will be sharing my meal plan and I'd love you to share yours. Bloggers are also welcome to join in using the Inlinkz link below. Share Your Meal Plan Linky - 9 November 2017 This week's Share Your Meal Plan Linky - […] The post Share Your Meal Plan Linky – 9 November 2017 appeared first on Money ...
Posted: Nov 08 2017 @ 11:30 PM
Welcome to my series of 'Real Life Debt Stories'. The series is dependent on you sharing your stories, so if you are interested I'd love it if you'd complete this questionnaire. There are just 10 questions. Skint Dad's Wife - aka Skint Mum Thank you so much to Skint Mum for completing my questionnaire.  Skint Mum along with her husband founded the website Skint Dad which is a brilliant resource for all ...
Posted: Nov 07 2017 @ 11:30 PM
Anyone who has been following my FREE Debt Busting – Get Set for Success! Course , will know that the final email in the series gives you hints and tips to help you stay motivated and make sure that your money is working its hardest.  Here's some Easy Things to do to Make the most of your Money. Easy Things to do to Make the most of Your Money Even if you are not ...
Posted: Nov 05 2017 @ 11:30 PM
Welcome to the weekly SHARE YOUR MEAL PLAN link up. Each week I will be sharing my meal plan and I'd love you to share yours. Bloggers are also welcome to join in using the Inlinkz link below. Share Your Meal Plan Linky - 2 November 2017 This week's Share Your Meal Plan Linky - 2 November 2017 is open until midnight on 8 November. Why Meal Plan? Meal planning is a great way ...
Posted: Nov 02 2017 @ 12:30 AM
Welcome to my series of 'Real Life Debt Stories'. The series is dependent on you sharing your stories, so if you are interested I'd love it if you'd complete this questionnaire. There are just 10 questions. Real Life Debt Stories Charli from One Wage Family This week we have a story from Charli, a blogger over at One Wage Family.  Charli's blog is all about saving money by getting the best deals and ...
Posted: Nov 01 2017 @ 12:30 AM
This year I am joining in with a great bunch of people who are all part of  the 'UK Money Bloggers’, in #FoodbankAdvent which is a ‘reverse advent’ to collect food for our local Foodbanks. Find out all about it and how you can join us too! What is a Reverse Advent A Reverse Advent is when you ‘give’ something each day as opposed to receiving something. Reverse Advents normally take place in ...
Posted: Oct 30 2017 @ 12:30 AM

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