Category : Guest Post

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This is a guest post by Perry from Stupid Is The Norm – enjoy! – Nicola   I want to become wealthy. There. I’ve said it. It’s undeniable. It’s not for any altruistic reason. I don’t want to save the planet or anything. I want to become wealthy because I’m sick of work, and I …
Today’s post is a guest post by Ella – enjoy!    So it’s got to that point where either your milk has started to go off, mould has started to grow in your yoghurt (eww!) and thinks are flat out going off in a matter of hours, let alone days. It’s official. Your fridge or …
Planning a holiday party is a challenge for most homeowners. Of course anyone would want a fun and a memorable party that doesn’t have to cost a fortune. You can make that possible by applying these suggestions for hosting a holiday party on a budget.   Host it at home If your house is big …
It doesn’t matter whether the holiday season is rapidly approaching or already well behind us. Too many of us remain haunted by the ghost of Christmas presents, which have nothing to do with Dickens, and isn’t even unique to any religion. The ghost we’re talking about is that lingering mountain of bills, payment for all …
Today’s post is a guest post by Michael over at Lending Circle – enjoy!    If you’re a subscriber to the monthly figures delivered by the Office for National Statistics, you might well be misled into thinking that these are easy times financially. Inflation numbers have stubbornly remained around zero throughout the year, while wage …
Today is a guest post by Kathleen; enjoy!    Throughout the year it is good to make an account of your budget to check if there are areas where you can reduce your expenses. Cutting down spending on your cleaning supplies is something you can easily achieve. You can use your own cleaning products, made by …
Welcome to Financially Savvy Saturdays, the savviest personal finance blog hop on the planet, created specifically for personal finance writers! We welcome all things money here. Whether you’ve written anything from an explanation of financial jargon to how you just busted your budget, you’re invited to link-up. If it ties into personal finance, we want …
Today on the blog is a guest post by Maggie over at Northern Expenditure who blogs about their journey to early retirement. Be sure to check it out!      As Nicola gets some much needed rest, I’m honored she is allowing me to be a guest on The Frugal Cottage. Nicola’s journey towards early …
Today’s guest post is written by Matt Sanders from GoCompare – thanks Matt!    These days it’s possible to insure pretty much anything – from pampered pets to a premiership football player’s goal-scoring foot.   Whatever the insurance policy, the reason behind it usually boils down to one thing – providing peace of mind. And …
Today I have Natalya from Cottage Retreatist guest posting about debt and her journey. Thanks Natalya for the article!   First off thank you so much to Nicola for inviting me to write a guest post for Frugal Cottage. Nicola asked me if I wouldn’t mind writing something about debt as it is a topic …
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