This post may contain affiliate links – please see here for my full disclosure. I only ever recommend products on this blog that I truly love and have tried and/or tested myself. Those of you who read this blog regularly will know that since having the most traumatic week of my life (OK, slight exaggeration) decluttering an entire house to be able to travel the world with just a backpack, I’ve… View Post

Burnout is a term that seems to be getting more and more common these days – and something increasingly likely to affect many of us. There is so much pressure on all of us, all the time, to succeed. To be doing something new and exciting, to be making the most out of life. With social media at our fingertips, we can’t help but compare our lives to others and… View Post

I have a confession to make: I made a mistake. When I first started blogging, I’d been reading a lot of personal finance blogs. Like, a lot. And most people have a similar story: they buckled down, learned how to be frugal, worked hard, and paid off their debts in a matter of months. Amazing. Reading these stories, I was inspired. I thought, yes, this is what I’m going to… View Post

I first started using survey sites when I was a student in desperate need of extra cash, and they’ve remained a reliable source of extra cash ever since. In those days, earning a little extra money on the side was essential and now? It’s a bit of a thrill. There’s nothing like slobbing out in front of the TV making some extra cash by completing online surveys in the evenings.… View Post

This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my full disclosure here. Welcome to my July 2017 blog report & life update! Last month I set a goal of reaching 5,000 pageviews on my blog, and things got a little crazy. Find out how I reached over 18,000 page views this month and made that traffic sustainable. Today’s post is the second in what will now be a monthly feature… View Post

Meal prep. I’ve harped on about it a fair few times on this blog, but for a good reason! When I ask you guys what your number one wallet drains are, the food bill is almost always listed. People love food. It makes us happy. And spending less on things that make us happy is tough. However, you can still have delicious meals every night of the week and be… View Post

Hey everyone! Today, we’re talking tools to help make life easier. As many of you know, I make my bread and butter as a freelance copywriter, and if I can ever share tips on what makes me a better writer, I will. Plus, I know a lot of my readers are fellow bloggers (or would-be bloggers!), and a girl’s gotta help her community out. Since I started blogging, so many… View Post