January 2018

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Do you have the feeling that there should be more money left at the end of the month than there is?   It can be painful to reduce your spending, so it’s always good to discover something that can save you money without cut backs. This guest post by Sara Williams, who writes about debt and …
My Word For The Year - The Frugal Cottage
Each year I like to have a word that encompasses what I want to do during the year. For 2017, my word for that was self care (although, I suppose, technically two!) which was looking at taking care of myself a bit more. Putting myself first rather than at the bottom of the pile.   …
This post signifies the end of my second full year of investing. I can’t believe I’ve been able to write these updates for so long! I have been debating whether to change the frequency of these updates, but as I believe strongly in creating this second income stream, I shall continue for now. Do you …
I can’t believe it’s already time to write another Ultimate Dream fund update, and the last one of 2017! November’s update was really disappointing so I haven’t checked in on my holdings as much throughout December. Not checking so often was actually a good decision! So I’m going to do the same going forward,   …
Hello January! The start of a new year always brings renewed hope and promise. I love not knowing where the year is going to take us. January should be relatively quiet for The Frugal Cottage household. Well, as quiet as it can be with a newborn! It will just us getting used to whatever our …
Hello 2018! And a happy new year to you all. I always like the start of a new year; full of optimism for the year ahead. The unknown of what’s in store for everyone in the next twelve months, plus lots of new experiences to enjoy and memories to treasure forever. We are starting the new …
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