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Save Money, Make Money, Switching and Cash Back

Save Money, Make Money, Switching and Cash Back

Every now and then there comes a time when your insurance, broadband, or energy is due for renewal. Only, the renewal price is almost always far higher than the price you had the previous year. Which means that unless you do something about it, you […]

What To Do When Your Ebay Listings Aren’t Selling

What To Do When Your Ebay Listings Aren’t Selling

I’m thrilled to be hosting Katie Saves on the blog today, with her top tips on what to do when your eBay listings aren’t selling. Great for those of us using selling sites!  Although eBay is one of the go-to places when looking to make […]

How To Smash Mystery Shopping

How To Smash Mystery Shopping

Mystery shopping – together with task apps – is one of my favourite ways to earn extra money. But it’s not easy to fit it all in when you’re juggling so much else. So how can you maximise your earning potential when you’re struggling to […]

Save Money On Your Meat when Meal Planning

Save Money On Your Meat when Meal Planning

Meal planning – on a budget – can be frustrating when you have fussy kids. You get stuck in a meal rut of what they will and won’t eat. So I’m trying some “new” recipes this week using meat as the main event with just […]

Budget Breaks: Driving Holiday in France

Budget Breaks: Driving Holiday in France

* Post written in return for financial remuneration One of my favourite ways to take a break is by camping and exploring off the beaten track. Not only is it one of the less expensive ways to take a vacation, it allows the opportunity to discover […]

My No Spend Life (Or Not)

My No Spend Life (Or Not)

I recently read The No Spend Year: How you can spend less and live more by Michelle McGagh. I’ve been left puzzled by exactly what I was spending money on prior to this debt-free journey. If you’ve not read it, it’s well worth it, as it […]

January to March 2019 Income Report

January to March 2019 Income Report

I’m conscious of the fact that I haven’t done an income report since December, and as I’ve had a pretty good couple of months I thought it was time to update that. So here is the full January to March 2019 Income Report. January Income […]

Cheaper Insurance Cover without Messy Renewals

Cheaper Insurance Cover without Messy Renewals

* Post written in return for financial remuneration. One thing I detest when it comes to managing finances is Insurance Policy Renewals. Which is why I’m excited to be collaborating with Cheapercover.com to let you know about their plans to change things. People want to […]

How I Fit Matched Betting into My Day

How I Fit Matched Betting into My Day

For those of you who don’t know, I’m a stay-at-home mum. I have one child in school full time, and the other in preschool three days a week and with me the rest of the time. This can make things a little tricky for doing […]

Why I started the Miss Penny Money blog

Why I started the Miss Penny Money blog

The initial purpose of this blog was to document my journey out of debt. Yet, there’s a little more history behind it. Read on to find out why I started the Miss Penny Money blog.   My blogging story Since 2012, I’ve dipped my toes […]