(or the joys of heat and mass transfer for woven and non-woven fabrics versus ambient humidity and air circulation rates) Advertisements
Handy little rules of thumb, sound so smart but are so dumb.
One of the rules that I have for work is that you should not spend any money to do work. It’s simple and if you stick to it you can save loads – but what about in work beverages?
I overheard a colleague today talking about the repair bill for his car “I’ve just paid off the holiday and this comes out of the blue! I cannae believe it”.
We’ve just booked our ski holiday for 2020 at a cost of £2,600. How does this stack up as far as frugality goes?
Here’s how I saved over £100 on our car insurance. Think of it as a humble brag but it’s something that you can do too and start saving your own money!
June was great! I had a great time and as a family we had some great adventures together!Our finances are looking good too!
May 2019 might be remembered for a number of things; the end of Mother Thersea, the Brexit Party and LibDems triumphing but it’s been a good time for GFF overall. We’ve had some great adventures at home and some away and our spending has never been lower. My main thoughts have been towards FIRE / […]
If anyone has ever been in Oslo and take a taxi you’ll have probably been in a hundred thousand pound Telsa. Norway is expensive for just about anything bar walking in the countryside and eating Knekkebrød and cars are no exception.
When it comes to spending money, we all have to do it at sometime and cashback websites like TopCashBack and Quidco can save you lots. Right now there is a promotion on TCB for £3 extra cashback, all you need to do it spend £10. Here’s how I take advantage of these flash offers and […]