Who doesn’t want to save money easily? With Christmas just around the corner and after recently talking about the hidden costs of being single (You can read about that here: The Hidden Financial Costs of Being Single) I thought it would be helpful to give you my top tips for saving money. Why am I qualified to talk about this? I am a savvy shopper who is always looking for a way to save money and it actually frustrates me when people pay more than they should for things. I don’t want this to happen to you, so I’m here
Being single carries added expense (You can read about this here: The Hidden Financial Costs of Being Single). Solo travel makes it even more expensive, but that shouldn’t be a barrier to your solo adventure. Here I’ve compiled my money saving travel tips. The first step is choosing your destination and finding cheap flights. I have so many tips on this that I’m dedicating a whole post to it as there so many tricks to finding cheap flights. But if you just can’t wait my top tips are using Easyjet and Jack’s Flight Club as both have great features to help
Being single can be challenging, but no-one ever talks about how financially difficult being single can be. Did you realise there was a financial cost? As a society we don’t often discuss finances. We’re great at sharing good deals and our most recent bargains, how often have you heard “I like your jumper/shoes/dress’, with the response ‘it only cost £10/15/20’? But we don’t discuss the money that matters. No-one talks about how much they earn or how much they save. No-one really talks about how much money they’re spending or what they spend it on.