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If I’m completely honest, I am absolutely glad to see February leave. It has been a tough month at the Frugal Cottage household and I shall be glad to see the back of it. There are a few aspects of our day to day life that have had to change slightly. We need to get …
Although it is nearly the end of January already (how?!), planning your yearly finances is so important. Have you planned yours yet?   Saga recently got in touch about their #SagaPlanYourYear which is all about encoring people to plan their finances for the year ahead. I said I would love to be involved! For me, …
As the nights draw in and the days grow colder, it’s harder than ever to find things for the kids to do besides sticking the TV on or leaving them to level up on their games console. Instead, try out some of these cost effective activities that are not only great fun to do as …
I cannot believe that 2016 is almost over; it has been a year of incredible highs and lows. The Frugal Cottage has continued to grow and I am loving every moment of it. I am hoping that 2017 will be even better in terms of growing my own business, but for now, I am looking …
Just a quick post to wish each and every one of my lovely readers a Happy Christmas.   We’re spending the day with family, whilst making sure Frugal Baby doesn’t get too excited! I can’t wait to see his face when he gets his presents 🙂   Thank you for reading The Frugal Cottage this …
Ever since I went to the UK Money Bloggers awards in September, I have been working on something new. I have wanted to do this for a long time, but not had the confidence to do so. However, I feel that now is the time. It’s now or never, so to speak!   Introducing… Frugal Cottage …
Happy Monday! October is normally one of my favourite months of the year, as I love Autumn and Winter, but it hasn’t been the case this year. I don’t know why, either! I have been feeling a little off during the month, so I’m glad it’s over. October has been another quiet month for The …
Debt and personal finance often rank highly in lists of things we wish we were taught at school, but weren’t. This lack of knowledge, in many cases, has lead to terrible money management decisions and contributes greatly to personal debt in the UK. After all, finance is complicated. If we lack a basic financial education, …
I have had this post sat in my drafts for a while now, but I think that it is time to share this with you, especially after the excitement at the weekend.   I want to take The Frugal Cottage in a slightly different direction and change things around here, a bit.   I love …
6 Types of Working Capital Loans Ideal for Small Businesses   Small business owners often need to find working capital for their companies. Whether it’s to pay bills, make payroll, buy inventory, purchase equipment or invest in future growth, businesses need a steady supply of working capital to manage their cash flow and capitalize on …
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