The school holidays can be an exciting time for children and parents alike. However, they can also be a challenging period when it comes to managing finances and childcare. With careful planning and a few smart strategies, you can make the most of the school holidays without breaking the bank. In this article, I will explore some practical money-saving tips to help you enjoy a memorable holiday period while keeping your budget intact.
Holiday season is on the horizon, and whilst lots of people like to get away on holiday, the rising costs of of just living day-to-day can prevent many families from being able to travel abroad or even in the UK.
Repairing your child’s toys can help to keep costs down. These days, We are all trying to save some money. Repairing toys rather than replacing them can help with this.
It’s fair to say than many families have struggled during 2022 with the rising cost of living, and 2023 doesn’t look like it will be much easier for lots of people. Clothing is of course only one area where families have to spend money, but any parent will tell you, this is huge.
During what is already proving to be a challenging time for many, the added financial strain of Christmas is likely to put an extra dent in bank accounts this Winter. Deal.Town experts have shared twelve cost saving tips for cutting down on spending this festive season.
In the current climate, with the astronomical rise in energy prices, everyone is looking for ways to be more energy efficient. Many people have not been putting their heating on at all, trying not to put as many lights on, not using tumble dryers and so on.
I asked my readers for their own money saving tips for Christmas and here’s what they said. What tips do you have to add?
I think it would be safe to say that there is a lot of anxiety and uncertainty around the cost of living crisis. The weather has been noticeably cooler over the last week but many people are choosing to opt for thick socks and an extra jumper over putting the heating on. It’s not just the heating though, here is a look at cooking appliances.