Kids Pass Deal – Get 60 Days For £1

Get a 60 day Kids Pass trial for only £1! Click on the picture to read more about this amazing money-saving offer.

Kids can be expensive, can’t they? If you’ve struggled to entertain your children over the half terms and holidays without having to take out a second mortgage, then you’ll love this deal. I’ve got a special offer from Kids Pass for Homely Economics readers: instead of a 15 day trial for £1, you can now get a whopping 60 day […]

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Everything You Need To Know About The New £1 Coin

Everything You Need To Know About The New £1 Coin - The British pound coin is changing. Click on the picture to read everything you need to know about the new one pound coin, as well as what will happen to your old £1 coins.

The £1 coin is changing on March 28th, 2017, but you don’t need to panic.   Here’s (almost) everything you need to know about the brand new £1 coin!   Why do we need a new £1 coin? We can blame counterfeiters for this – the current pound coin is susceptible to forgery, and apparently one out of every 30 […]

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5 Frugal Things I’ve Done This Week

Half term can be expensive - here are 5 frugal things we've done to make this past week more affordable! Click on the picture to read more about my 5 frugal things on homelyeconomics.com

Half term week is an expensive one for most families, and although it’s a bit different for us as Little Balders goes away to visit relatives in the school holidays, we still had our share of expenses. Here are the 5 frugal things we did to make it a more affordable week!   Cheap shopping with gift cards We had a […]

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My Month In Pictures – January 2017

My Month In Pictures - January 2017. I've chosen four pictures from January to illustrate this month in my life. Click the image to see my favourite Instagram pictures for January 2017. How's January been for you?

These are my four pictures to sum up January 2017.   I’m starting with January as I’ve only just decided to make this a series for this year – I’m very excited by this idea though. I post a picture every day to Instagram, and I’ve always thought of it as a bit of a picture diary. This is my chance to […]

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Stationery Addiction: Episode 1

Stationery Addiction: Episode 1

We’d arranged to pick up my unsold artwork from the Under The Bed Sale in Sheffield this week, and as it was a fair drive of over an hour to get there, I suggested venturing off afterwards for a bit of shopping at Meadowhall. Whenever we go to a shopping mall, we do the rounds and end up in exactly […]

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Blogger To WordPress

Blogger to Wordpress and other assorted headaches by Homely Economics

Last month I finally moved my blog platform from Blogger to WordPress. If you blog or are interested in getting into blogging, you’ll probably find this a bit interesting; if not, you’ve probably slipped into a coma (or more likely, not even opened this post, so I suppose it’s safe to continue). Why mention this? This isn’t a technical blogger’s […]

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Extra Income Report – January 2017

Homely Economics' Extra Income Report for January 2017.

As it’s the first income report of 2017, I decided to do something a bit different. We’ve all heard the saying, “a penny saved is a penny earned”, but how much of our savings could actually be classed as earnings? Arguably, some of my earnings are already savings – like supermarket cashback which gives me money off of food, and […]

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