I’m so sick of being poor. Yes I may have a roof over my head and food in my fridge but when you can’t decorate your rooms or make meals beyond tins of soup and sweetcorn then what’s the point? I might aswell be living in The Amazon, atleast then I’ll avoid the council taxContinue reading “Are You Poorer Than Me?”
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Home: Rent Or Buy Which Is Best?
As I wipe a tear from my eye each month as I watch more than ¾ of my salary fly out the window towards the cost of renting here in London, I ask myself – is it all worth it?! This matchbox size of an apartment, does it really warrant the equivalent cost ofContinue reading “Home: Rent Or Buy Which Is Best?”
Peanuts To A Monkey
They say religion is used to control the masses when really the truth is that it’s money. We give value to pieces of paper and metal, to invisible numbers forever changing in our online accounts. As humans, as a society, we have given value to something which if you really think about it is valueless.Continue reading “Peanuts To A Monkey”
Poem – My Red Mustang
Counting the pennies, I just helped rescue from the jar. It won’t be too long, Till they’re exchanged for a car. A red shiny mustang, With matching interior. With a waxwork shine so dazzling. Making all other dull cars look inferior. Counting the pennies in the jar. I won’t have to count forContinue reading “Poem – My Red Mustang”
Why You & I Both Hate Shopping
Nothing sinks my heart further into the pit of my stomach than the sight of two mums fighting over the same cable-knit jumper in the ‘Winter’ aisle, or better yet, one of them fighting with yours truly. Not that I would ever buy a cable-knit jumper or anything remotely resembling it but the point stillContinue reading “Why You & I Both Hate Shopping”
The Erratic Emotional Stages Of The Jobhunt
Whether you lost your job for screaming at your manager who took the risk and asked you to staple the meeting pack together on one of your ‘fragile’ days, or, you quite simply swanned out the door without slamming it (as I would’ve done). The matter of the fact is, finding that next job canContinue reading “The Erratic Emotional Stages Of The Jobhunt”
5 Short Courses That Could Save You Money.
Money can be tight sometimes, but before you get the hammer out to smash open Mr. piggy bank, let’s take a look at some courses which may cost you a bob or two today but may save you a fortune down the line: 1) Embroidery courses – so maybe you don’t fancy yourself holding aContinue reading “5 Short Courses That Could Save You Money.”